Hosting virtual tours and wearing gloves and masks, local real estate agents are making changes to how they show houses as precautions against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
As many businesses struggle to adapt to the uncertain atmosphere created by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), at least one is seeing demand increase for its services.
Ballad Health reported three new cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Tennessee and Virginia on Thursday, including the first in Unicoi County.
Originally brewed in preparation for the business’s April 3 grand opening, the owners of Little Animals Brewery in downtown Johnson City are now sitting on about 550 gallons of beer that they don’t currently have a way to sell.
A son of a late state representative, local builder Timothy Hicks formally announced Tuesday he will run for the District 6 seat in the Tennessee House of Representatives, challenging incumbent Rep. Micah Van Huss in the Republican primary.
With the official number of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Tennessee at 615 Monday, including six now in Washington County, Gov. Bill Lee has signed an executive order that would prohibit hospitals and outpatient surgery centers from performing elective surgeries.
Raised in Johnson City, Jim Hughes ultimately spent decades helping to preserve city-sponsored golf in our area.
Currently housed in the Johnson City Chamber of Commerce building at 603 E. Market St., tourism officials believe it may be time for the visitor center to get a new home.
I was going to be a screenwriter.
Proposed for a Ballad Health training site in Gray, an annexation and zoning request for a 4.5 acre parcel passed its first hurdle in front of the Johnson City Commission on Thursday.