As of Monday morning, gas prices in the Tri-Cities stood at around $2.57 per gallon of regular unleaded gasoline.
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Ten months after the fire that destroyed Clarence's Drive-in, removal of the charred remains of the iconic Unicoi restaurant is finally underway and the new restaurant the owners pledged to build a few days after the fire is one step closer to becoming a reality.
Kristina Podesta, a legislative research analyst for the comptroller’s Office of Research and Education Accountability, said Thursday the state uses a “patchwork quilt” approach to tax incentives. She said this strategy means there are multiple state agencies involved in dispensing business tax incentives and “a variety of ways” in which they are provided.
The Town of Unicoi has been awarded a $20,500 grant from USDA Rural Development for a series of training workshops for farming and food-related business entrepreneurs.
A news release from ThinkTennessee on Monday said “roughly a quarter of Tennessee’s rural families are without any kind of broadband access, while 23 percent of the total population reports that they lack a high-speed internet subscription.”
Days before fall officially arrives, hotter than normal temperatures and higher humidity have prompted Tennessee Valley Authority officials to ask electric customers across its multi-state territory to conserve energy.
Life took a scary turn for Lisa Smith when she lost most of her vision at age 38.
If the Johnson City Development Authority buys the John Sevier Center for $4.1 million, city leaders have promised to find suitable housing for its current residents.
On Friday morning, there was one thing on Chris Bowers and Tim Ollis’ mind as they chatted on the street corner – where they would go if and when the John Sevier Center is sold and the residents are relocated.
What follows is a news release issued by the Johnson City Development Authority regarding the purchase the John Sevier Center in downtown Johnson City.
A state senator who called for a review of public universities’ contracts with athletic equipment maker Nike after the company released a politically charged ad will easily find that many of the state’s institutions deal with the global corporation. What may be more difficult is severing all ties between state schools and companies that have taken social stances.
Fuel prices remained steady Monday as Hurricane Florence churned toward the east coast, likely headed for landfall in the Carolinas.
Sweltering September heat didn't keep thousands away from Johnson City on Saturday afternoon for the annual Tree Streets Yard Sale. The streets were teeming with parents coaxing their children away from another tee ball set, bargainers talking down
The search for a parking place in downtown Johnson City might become a little easier in the coming months.