After keeping various amenities closed for weeks as a precaution against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Johnson City will start reopening certain facilities in a phased manner on Monday.
The Johnson City Board of Commissioners will hold its regularly scheduled work session on Monday, April 13 at 6 p.m. and City Commission meeting on Thursday, April 16 at 6 p.m. An agenda for the City Commission meeting will be available at
Apr 13, 2020 at 11:32 AM
Downtown Johnson City’s curb appeal keeps getting better — even at the curbs. Riley Eaton of Jackson Jones Construction was busy laying new bricks along the curbing at the intersection of East Main and Commerce streets on Tuesday. His company was
Updated Aug 6, 2019 at 8:31 PM
A few months from now, three 10-foot tall passion flowers, each with 50 bright filaments, will sprout from the center of the history circle in King Commons Park.
A new signal installed at the Peoples Street and Greenline Road intersection will become fully operational at 9 a.m. Thursday, the city said in a release.
Fireworks, live music and the chance to win a year’s supply of groceries valued at $10,000.
The mayors of Johnson City, Washington County and Jonesborough took turns Thursday underscoring the achievements and obstacles of their respective governments during the past year at the fifth annual State of the City-County-Town Luncheon.
For the last six months, the city of Johnson City had been without an in-house city attorney following the sudden retirement of Jim Epps IV in October.
Johnson City commissioners will consider an offer Thursday to sell four city-owned buildings in downtown Johnson City to two well-known developers, who envision redeveloping the properties for commercial and residential use.
Having this region be known as the “Tri-Cities” is just not cutting it anymore, and regional leaders believe a new name is needed for the collective Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia region.
Is a name or “brand identity” worth $48,000?
At 99 years old, Charles Edwin Parker has served during World War II, owned and operated two businesses and raised a family of four children — not to mention his involvement in numerous community clubs and commissions throughout the years.
Appointed in February 2018, the Sesquicentennial Commission was directed to plan, prepare and organize events throughout 2019 to celebrate Johnson City’s 150th anniversary.
Look at any long-range plan created in the past 10 years for Johnson City, and most — if not all — will prioritize the need for more trail and sidewalk connectivity.
In recent months, two Northeast Tennessee recycling vendors have closed, triggering a domino effect that forced six local governments to suspend their recycling programs.