Soon after making his start in the hemp industry with the Healing Vibes Hemp Company, Will Casey tried to boost several posts over his company’s Facebook page.
Like adding a sledgehammer to the region’s economic tool box.
Late last year, Tesla Inc. was fully charged and cruising down the highway on Autopilot.
PINEY FLATS — Eastman Credit Union cut the ribbon Wednesday at its newest branch, 5928 Hwy 11E.
FORT WORTH, Texas — American Airlines says it’s cutting the cost of checking oversized sporting gear and musical instruments on flights.
While last week marked substantial growth in gas prices and the potential for further increases, gas prices have fallen this week, down to an average of $2.54 in the state — a drop of three cents since last week.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is the latest in an occasional series of 5 Questions features regarding the people and families of Johnson City shaping the city’s past, present and future as we celebrate the city’s 150th birthday. Look for more
May 19, 2019 at 6:34 PM
When Bob Cantler graduated from East Tennessee State University in 1985, he did what many people who have spent their entire life in their hometown do: He left.
Citizen concerns over the open house format of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Thursday night review of its most recent inspection of Nuclear Fuel Services operations have prompted NRC officials to return to Erwin for a more formal question and answer session with the public.
An electric motor and fan manufacturer plans to invest $37 million and bring 200 jobs to the region.
Stories of interest from our partners at the Kingsport Times News:
Johnson City businessman Bob Cantler will serve as the next president and CEO of the Johnson City-Jonesborough-Washington County Chamber of Commerce.
The Johnson City-Jonesborough-Washington County Chamber of Commerce has selected a new president and CEO to replace Gary Mabrey, who is retiring after leading the organization for 30 years.
KNOXVILLE — A Boeing 737-800 made an emergency landing in Tennessee on Sunday morning.
Now that it’s clear global manufacturer NN Inc. will leave Johnson City without delivering the jobs it promised in exchange for tax incentives, officials said Friday penalties in its incentive agreement will be triggered.