Local economic officials hope new online resources can help the region’s small businesses weather a potential economic downturn caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
More than 25 health and children’s organizations across the state announced support Friday for legislation that “seeks to prevent the next generation of nicotine addicts in the state.”
As part of an enhanced effort to serve tech entrepreneurs in Northeast Tennessee, a regional resource for startups has relaunched as a nonprofit under a new name.
With new urgent care services expected to start in Banner Elk this summer, Ballad Health will make its first move into North Carolina.
Johnson City commissioners unanimously shot down a request Thursday evening designed to lay the groundwork for a proposed substance abuse treatment facility in the Boones Creek area.
The Region’s Top Quality Conference returns in November on World Quality Day, open to anyone who wishes to attend, and – best of all – it’s free!
Following World War II, the U.S. witnessed a surge in businesses started by veterans, and today, veteran entrepreneurship continues to impact the American economy.
Now the owner of an apartment building, the Johnson City Development Authority is sorting out its role as a landlord.
Downtown Johnson City is going through some changes, and with those changes come some anxieties among some of its most economically disadvantaged residents.
The area’s two leading economic development organizations made a commitment Wednesday to regionalism, a recent push toward shared interests and activities.
A brewpub, restaurant and rooftop events space project in downtown Johnson City cleared a final hurdle Friday for public revitalization incentives.
More homes were under sales contracts in July in our region than in the previous 28 months, an indicator used by real estate experts to judge future activity in the housing market.
In three years, a Johnson City hot tub and spa maker outgrew its manufacturing plant and will soon occupy a second facility nearby.
Next week, the Johnson City Development Authority will officially own the John Sevier Center.
Monday’s average in Johnson City was $2.48, while Kingsport and Bristol’s average was $2.51.