From trail tails to a possible hand-off of Hands On!, regional resident and touring Tourism Commissioner Kevin Triplett listened Monday as local leaders discussed their designs to draw in out-of-towners.
The Arts Mean Business. That is the message being delivered today by Johnson City Arts, who announced it has joined the Arts & Economic Prosperity® 5, a national study measuring the economic impact of nonprofit arts and culture organizations and
BRENTWOOD — Tennessee’s leader in providing insurance and risk management services for municipalities and public entities has distributed close to $100 million in dividends to its members since the inception of its Annual Dividend Program.
KNOXVILLE — Boys & Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley has named Johnson City native Bart McFadden as its new president and CEO.
WeddingWire, the leading global online wedding marketplace, has named Storybrook Farm Bed & Breakfast in Jonesborough as a winner of the prestigious WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Awards 2016 for wedding venues in the Tri-Cities.
High Road Digital, 127 Bob Fitz Road, Suite 6, recently announced the acquisition of Boomtown Film Company, a creative video production company based in Johnson City.
The 3rd Amzi Smith Award recipient, William B. Greene, was recognized during the Chamber of Commerce’s 101st Annual Membership Meeting recently.
Moody’s Investors Services recently released its most recent ratings update for Mountain States Health Alliance, affirming its Baa1 rating. The rating outlook remains stable, a trend uninterrupted for 10 years.
Hannahlily Angus has been hired by the Bristol Public Library to direct activities for tweens and teens, ages 11-18. Her arrival coincides with the completion the new teen area remodeling being done at the library.
The countdown for the big game has begun — and the hot wing and beer count has skyrocketed for local bars and restaurants in preparation for Super Bowl Sunday.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy added 151,000 jobs in January, a slowdown from recent months but still a sign of a solid job market. Employers raised pay, more people felt confident enough to look for work and the unemployment rate
It’s a week and a half before Valentine’s Day, and Johnson City shops are already festooned with a variety of romantic pageantries.
INDIANAPOLIS — Downtown Indianapolis was once so desolate that men armed with shotguns hunted pigeons on Sundays among empty buildings and a trash-strewn river canal.
The sounds of sawing and nailing echoed off the exposed brick walls at 108 Tipton St. Wednesday morning
CHATTANOOGA — America’s first new power plant to be built in the 21st century may end up costing $200 million more than what it was budgeted last year.