Any potential appointee should be interested in community affairs and must be a resident of the city.
We can market the characteristics that make each city and county unique in one package. This will be a big selling point because our region can offer something for everyone. We can brand ourselves with a new name. There will be one website and one person/group that a company or individual can contact to learn more about relocating to our great region.
Families in Tennessee use and pay more for electricity than most Americans. In fact, Tennessee ranks 45th in residential electricity bills with an average monthly bill of $129.
The nation’s leading manufacturer of residential outbuildings is coming to Erwin.
Seventy workers at a Johnson City tape manufacturer will lose their jobs next year when the plant closes, a business decision a spokesperson said would protect the rest of the company and its 2,800 employees.
Although that number is down 0.6 from May, business leaders nationwide say they continue to be confident in the direction the country’s economy is heading.
KINGSPORT – TEC Industrial, a contractor with an operations center based in Kingsport, has notified the state that it is laying off 238 employees effective next Monday. The company has done capital projects at both Eastman and the Holston Army Ammunition Plant.
A UK-based kayak-maker plans to move its North American distribution facility from Asheville to Erwin, bringing with it eight to 10 new jobs and a $1 million investment.
According to both AAA and GasBuddy analysts, gas prices in Tennessee rose 1.5 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.59 on Sunday.
The Washington County Boys & Girls Club offers guidance to children with working parents ten hours a day, five days a week through the summer.
U.S. employers kept up a brisk hiring pace in June by adding 213,000 jobs in a sign of confidence despite the start of a potentially punishing trade war with China.
Technology companies led U.S. stocks broadly higher in late-afternoon trading Thursday, placing the market on course to finish the week with a gain after two consecutive weekly declines. Health care stocks and consumer-focused companies also posted solid gains as traders returned from the Independence Day holiday. The market was rallying even as global trade tensions appeared set to ratchet up Friday, when U.S. tariffs on billions in Chinese imports are set to kick in.
A transportation company in Greeneville was bought by a Chattanooga holding company Thursday in an $83 million cash deal.
The Reservoir and Community Clean Up fund supports organizers’ efforts to keep Tennessee Valley fresh and ready for lake-goers.
Officials with the Johnson City Development Authority said Tuesday they have chosen UpSpacing, which designs spaces and sells cabinets and closet systems directly to customers, to occupy the startup space at 325 ½ E. Main St.