This weekend didn’t get to slide by without a helping of Hurricane Joaquin, but that didn’t hinder two of the region’s largest festivals from pulling in guests by the thousands.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Volkswagen’s pollution-control chicanery has not just been victimless tinkering, killing between five and 20 people in the United States annually in recent years, according to an Associated Press statistical and computer
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. hiring slowed sharply in September, and job gains for July and August were lower than previously thought, a sour note for a labor market that had been steadily improving.
The Tennessee Clean Water Network, the U.S. Department of Defense, and BAE Systems have reached a settlement in a federal lawsuit involving the amount of RDX pollution being discharged in the Holston River by the Holston Army Ammunition Plant.
CHICAGO — More than a decade ago, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency helped develop a technology that ultimately was used by an independent laboratory to catch Volkswagen’s elaborate cheating on car emissions tests. But EPA used the
The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development hosted its fourth annual Paychecks for Patriots job fair for veterans Thursday at Carver Recreation Center.
CHICAGO — The Illinois attorney general’s office says a subpoena has been issued in the investigation into Volkswagen.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon marijuana shops began selling marijuana Thursday for the first time to recreational users, marking a big day for the budding pot industry.
The temperatures are starting to trend downward and organizers with downtown Johnson City’s First Friday series want to see locals throw on a sweater, grab a mug of something warm and wander East Main Street.
Most students attending East Tennessee State University cannot remember a time before Aramark.
Going the way of the carbon copy paper imprinting machine, the familiar credit card swipe terminal may soon be replaced by technology designed to make credit and debit card payments more secure.
WASHINGTON — In stock car racing, there’s an old adage: If you ain’t cheatin‘, you ain’t tryin‘. You could say the same sometimes for auto makers up against stricter environmental rules.
Job seekers and employers will unite at the Goodwill Industries of Tenneva job fair on Wednesday, Oct. 7, at the Johnson City Public Library, 100 W. Millard St.