Some area shoppers feel there are much better ways to spend their holidays than camping outside a big-box store on Black Friday, or, worse yet, on Thanksgiving.
Members of a new committee formed by the Johnson City Power Board board of directors is seeking an audience with the Johnson City Commission to begin discussions to transform the utility into its own authority.
KNOXVILLE – Pilot Flying J, the largest operator of travel centers in North America, announced today via a team member event at their Knoxville headquarters that they have signed on to be the title sponsor of the Battle at Bristol – an iconic
KNOXVILLE — A leader in blow-molded plastic products will locate its new manufacturing and distribution operations in Knox County, a move expected to create 500 jobs.
NASHVILLE — The State Funding Board has issued its official revenue projections for the current and next budget years that fall below the estimates presented by experts earlier this month.
BLOUNTVILLE — Workers at Tri-Cities Regional Airport are attempting to get the remodeled short-term parking lot ready by Wednesday — one of the busiest air travel days of the year.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — The Tennessee Valley Authority says it surpassed its $500 million goal for reducing operation and maintenance costs over a three-year period. Officials say the utility beat the goal by more than $100 million.
A Johnson City-based manufacturer is considering a move for its Erwin plant, local officials say, which might take the factory and its jobs into a neighboring county.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — The Tennessee Valley Authority is rethinking the way it treats solar power, and that has some environmentalists and local solar installers worried.
Shoppers in central Johnson City will have to wait a few months longer for a new discount grocery store’s arrival.
Church Hill’s beer ordinance prohibits the sale of beer within 1,200 feet of a church. Cowboy’s BBQ is located approximately six inches from a church.
Grilled by business and community leaders, Washington County Mayor Dan Eldridge and Johnson City City Manager Pete Peterson explained their ideas of the public’s role in economic development and outlined some lofty ideas for the region.
Theoretically, lower prices at the pump leading into the holiday season could mean more gifts given and received.