Johnson City Fire Department Lt. Mark Beasley said there were no injuries reported from the fire in an upper apartment at 108 1/2 Wilson Ave., and a cause has not yet been determined.
Users can participate in the Burger Throw-down online competition on the Johnson City Press contest website to discover which food joint claims victory in the burger battle.
You can tell if a restaurant is going to be successful long-term through its ability to anticipate and adapt to changes in both the market and in its customer base. “Adapt or Die” is the slogan one of my restaurateur friends uses when explaining
May 17, 2018 at 11:53 PM
Johnson City Mayor David Tomita says it would be “insanity” for the city to spend an estimated $1.3 million to repair the footbridge over John Exum Parkway.
At Tuesday’s Career Expo, held at Johnson City’s Holiday Inn, young people from across Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia were looking for a way off the proverbial treadmill of low-wage work.
A Johnson City company has 10 months to complete an unprecedented hiring spree and avoid penalties on the tax benefits and grants given to it by the city and state.
The Johnson City Sesquicentennial Commission was still trying to settle on a “signature” project to celebrate the city’s 150th birthday in 2019 during its Wednesday meeting, but one idea that continually surfaced to the top was the creation of an
May 2, 2018 at 7:27 PM
A Greeneville man was arrested Monday after making a false report about a stolen vehicle, Johnson City police said.
Local seekers need not search low and high if they’re looking for an event to learn more about spirituality and mysticism.
Recently, I’ve been researching where one can get good barbecued chicken.
Tacoras’ menu is still Mexican cuisine done the California way, not the Tex-Mex style that most folks think of when the think of Mexican food.
Phil Pindzola said the commission might also consider a number of projects in the King Street and King Commons area. One could be a new playground, which the city has applied for a $150,000 grant to help build near the Johnson City Public Library on King Street.
Well, the dine-around bunch made a run over to Logan’s Roadhouse this past weekend and took my dining partner and me with them.
The man never left the bank even after being told employees had called 911.
With some speculating that Johnson City is emulating its economic growth after the growth experienced in Asheville, one has to consider the potential costs of growth.