The area’s two leading economic development organizations made a commitment Wednesday to regionalism, a recent push toward shared interests and activities.
A brewpub, restaurant and rooftop events space project in downtown Johnson City cleared a final hurdle Friday for public revitalization incentives.
The Johnson City Development Authority is now the proud owner of a 95-year-old apartment building.
The local wildlife planted tomatoes for me and seem to have greener thumbs than I do.
An art exhibit in Jonesborough will help improve the lives of women in East Tennessee and showcase area artists.
In three years, a Johnson City hot tub and spa maker outgrew its manufacturing plant and will soon occupy a second facility nearby.
Our growing region now has a couple of names to consider to help bring us together under a single identity.
Next week, the Johnson City Development Authority will officially own the John Sevier Center.
As local leaders push the area toward regionalism, some are planning for a joining of the two largest economic development organizations, while others aren’t quite ready to tie the knot.
The Mountain Home Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center and its surrounding campus wouldn’t be in Johnson City without Walter P. Brownlow and his rallying stories of Northeast Tennessee’s overwhelming support for the Union during the Civil War.