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Dianna Cantler will be the Johnson City Development Authority’s interim executive director once the board ends its management contract with her current employer, the Northeast Tennessee Regional Economic Partnership, in July.
Calling all junk collectors and dirty, low-down dickerers — your royalty is enlisting your service.
As it works to separate itself from the organization that’s been managing it for years, the Johnson City Development Authority is making structural changes.
While social distancing keeps us away from most human contact, some are turning to their feathered friends for companionship and comfort.
It’s finally time to get summer crops going in the garden, and the prep work got me feeling philosophical.
The effects of closed businesses and the stay-at-home orders through April can be seen in national and state unemployment figures, but officials hope reopening the economy can put displaced workers back on the job.
Passersby on Johnson City’s Boyd Street may have seen something unexpected emerge from the woods recently.
The $2.2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Stimulus (CARES) Act approved by Congress last month provided $290 billion for stimulus payments to individuals and households to help minimize the effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic on the national economy.
Last week, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced a plan to begin opening the state’s businesses to preserve an economy suffering from the effects of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.