While there has been much growth and progress in Downtown Johnson City, leaders are always looking forward to what the future could hold.
Among the longest serving businesses with roots in Johnson City’s downtown historic district there are more than a dozen that have come down through multiple generations of their founding families and at least two that date back more than a century.
As Downtown Johnson City evolves and develops, it might be apparent there’s a draw to a younger generation considering some of the new establishments that have opened in the last few years.
Once again, developers continued to reshape downtown Johnson City in 2018 through private investment in building renovation and development projects, both commercial and residential.
The Washington County Commission’s rejection of a resolution to increase the Downtown Johnson City TIF District’s debt ceiling still baffles JCDA board members.
BrightRidge CEO Jeff Dykes said the first phase of its $64 million broadband plan will connect 3,847 homes and 373 business in Johnson City. That deployment will be bounded in the north by the intersection of North Roan Street and Interstate Highway 26.
ELIZABETHTON — The mission of high school is to prepare students for the future.
Gas prices in Tennessee increased once again for the past 13 days for an average of 15 cents per gallon, according to a Monday news release from AAA.
Despite record setting rainfall and a time consuming run-in with rock below the surface, reconstruction of 80 Johnson City Housing Authority units in the Dunbar community is on schedule to be completed late this year.
HomeMade is a video series produced by the Johnson City Press highlighting people in our region who still create, and do what they love for a living.
Lynn Krutak, chief financial officer for Ballad Health, earned a spot on Modern Healthcare’s 2019 “10 Women Leaders to Watch in Healthcare” list, the hospital system announced on Thursday.
Ollie’s Bargain Outlet will open its fourth Tri-Cities location at 3006 Bristol Highway in Johnson City on Wednesday with a grand opening event featuring three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart.
Most of those capital costs will be in expanding fiber optics, which includes recent work in Jonesborough and projects upcoming in downtown Johnson City and several business parks.
NEW YORK — Walmart beat expectations on quarterly profit and revenue, and e-commerce sales surged during the critical holiday period.
Johnson City commissioners were presented with a peculiar proposition from Development Services Director Preston Mitchell during Monday’s agenda review meeting.