It’s still not guaranteed to happen, but the proposal to transform Boones Creek Elementary School into a satellite campus for the Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Elizabethton is making headway.
The bike-sharing business model has yet to be introduced in Johnson City, but if or when it does, city leaders want to be prepared.
Johnson City commissioners will vote Thursday on $1.53 million worth of contracted design work for two significant projects, the Winged Deer Park ball field expansion and West Walnut Street infrastructure improvements.
Based on sight alone, one might argue little progress was made on the redevelopment of the West Walnut Street corridor during 2018, with the exception of the extensive Model Mill remodel.
Once again, developers continued to reshape downtown Johnson City in 2018 through private investment in building renovation and development projects, both commercial and residential.
ELIZABETHTON — Tyler Smith, vocalist for the newly formed pop-rock band Raging Fits, used to work as a waiter and bartender at Jiggy Ray’s Pizzeria in downtown Elizabethton.
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.
You have to learn to crawl before you can walk, and 10-month-old Grayson Guy, of Butler, Tennessee, certainly knows how to crawl.
Washington County leaders plan to meet with Gov. Bill Lee on Tuesday in Nashville to talk about transforming the current Boones Creek Elementary into a satellite campus of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Elizabethton.
Forget grammatical correctness: heritage took precedence Wednesday night when it came time for the Washington County Board of Education to determine the mascot of the new Boones Creek K-8 school.