One of the latest projects at Sea Biscuit Metal Designs combines two things that its owner, David Hess, loves: Christmas and Johnson City.
Developers anticipate a 264-unit, $25 million apartment complex behind the Mall at Johnson City should be completely finished in early 2022.
Johnson City residents may soon see a one-dollar increase in their monthly water bill.
As a result of a foaming incident in Brush Creek reported to the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation by the City of Johnson City on Nov. 5, the City’s Water and Sewer Services Department has thoroughly evaluated and investigated processes at the Watauga Water Treatment Plant.
Johnson City commissioners unanimously shot down a request Thursday evening designed to lay the groundwork for a proposed substance abuse treatment facility in the Boones Creek area.
Some Boones Creek residents are concerned that a Suboxone clinic will end up on a piece of land near their neighborhood — a claim that the trustee of the property says is false.
Rick and Beverly Dempsey live roughly a mile below Boone Dam — a circumstance that made them nervous when they learned that the dam would need to be repaired because of internal erosion along its earthen embankment.
City Manager Pete Peterson has worked for Johnson City for about 29 years — more than one-sixth of the city’s 150 year lifespan.
Kingsport businessman Heath Guinn left college with a degree in digital media, but soon realized there weren’t suitable jobs in the local market for his skillset.
Before serving as director of the Washington County/Johnson City Animal Shelter, Tammy Davis worked as a veterinary assistant.