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Investment, development on tap for Johnson City, Washington County

Investment, development on tap for Johnson City, Washington County

January 1st, 2014 11:00 pm by Nathan Baker

After years of economic slump, Johnson City and Washington County could see an uptick in building and capital investment in 2014.

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Plans for former Model Mill site still evolving

Plans for former Model Mill site still evolving

December 16th, 2013 9:58 pm by Nathan Baker

Five four-story apartment buildings could soon add to the housing options in the university corridor, as the developer’s plans change to absorb a neighboring active business.

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Thousands turn out for Thanksgiving Day run/walk in Johnson City

Thousands turn out for Thanksgiving Day run/walk in Johnson City - VIDEO

November 28th, 2013 2:07 pm by Jennifer Sprouse

While people were at home preheating ovens and prepping for their annual Thanksgiving Day feast, many Johnson Citians could be seen jogging downtown near Legion Street before the start of the 8th annual Johnson City Up & At ’Em Turkey Trot 5K Thursday mor

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Turkey Trot still on for Turkey Day

Turkey Trot still on for Turkey Day

November 27th, 2013 3:43 pm by Jennifer Sprouse

Regardless of the below-freezing temperatures and snowfall on Tuesday and today, the annual Johnson City UP & AT ‘EM Turkey Trot 5K Thanksgiving Day morning is scheduled to go on.

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Founder’s Park, downtown areas getting lighting

Founder’s Park, downtown areas getting lighting

November 26th, 2013 7:48 pm by Nathan Baker

Founder’s Park and nearby downtown areas will soon be getting stately lighting fixtures to match the mood intended by city leaders’ recent revitalization work.

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City hopes threats of demolition spark 1888 building repairs

City hopes threats of demolition spark 1888 building repairs

November 22nd, 2013 9:15 pm by Nathan Baker

City codes officials considered asking for the demolition of one of downtown Johnson City’s oldest buildings to spur its out-of-town owners into making vital safety repairs.

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Living in Downtown Johnson City: Investments beginning to pay off with residential growth

Living in Downtown Johnson City: Investments beginning to pay off with residential growth

November 16th, 2013 9:32 pm by Nathan Baker

As cities seek to re-enliven their long-dormant downtown areas, they’re looking to young professionals and small families to take up residence in trendy apartments in newly rehabilitated buildings, hoping the influx of tenants and disposable income will h

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Long-awaited Founders Park nearing completion

Long-awaited Founders Park nearing completion - VIDEO

November 14th, 2013 11:51 am by Gary B. Gray

The project deadline for Thomas Construction is the end of this month, but substantial completion is expected in December, meaning all but the non-essential parts and pieces should be in place and functional.

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Developer expands Model Mills land plan to include Mize property, 5th apartment building

Developer expands Model Mills land plan to include Mize property, 5th apartment building

November 12th, 2013 7:37 am by Nathan Baker

A zoning variance request for the Walnut Street Model Mills property has been removed from Tuesday’s Board of Zoning Appeals meeting agenda, but not because the sale of the property fell through

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Former site of WW Cab Co. set for demolition

Former site of WW Cab Co. set for demolition

November 6th, 2013 10:33 pm by Gary B. Gray

The long-vacant WW Cab Co. building is about to meet its demise to clear the way for a large flood mitigation project downtown planned by city officials for years.

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