Officials with the Johnson City Development Authority said Tuesday they have chosen UpSpacing, which designs spaces and sells cabinets and closet systems directly to customers, to occupy the startup space at 325 ½ E. Main St.
Ever notice a big hole in downtown Johnson City? No, we’re not talking about potholes or vacant lots. We’re talking movie marquees.
Merchants rightfully are concerned about the image and atmosphere of downtown Johnson City.
Merchants say downtown Johnson City has a problem.
Disagreement over how to proceed with constructing a new Jonesborough school spilled into the Washington County Commission’s monthly meeting on Monday.
It’s a venture nearly three years in the making, and the smile on Allied Dispatch Solutions CEO Anthony Royer’s face conveyed it all.
A John Sevier Center resident stabbed another man Monday outside the downtown Johnson City housing tower, leaving the victim hospitalized with a serious abdominal injury, police said.
Storm water mitigation work to Brush Creek that began at what is now Founders Park more than six years ago has helped to control where those flood waters go. The city’s $30 million flood mitigation program began after a major incident in 2003 that convinced Johnson City leaders something must be done to address a severe flooding problem that has plagued the downtown area for more than 100 years.
Rising creek water caused the Blue Plum Festival board to rethink the festival’s location this weekend.
The annual music, arts and crafts festival will be Friday and Saturday in Founders Park in downtown Johnson City.
Police on Wednesday identified the pedestrian killed by a train Tuesday night in downtown Johnson City.
Things were suddenly smooth in downtown Johnson City on Wednesday afternoon.
King Commons Park was part of the Downtown Stormwater Master Plan of 2008 and was officially opened on Friday April 6.
Could the end be in sight for the work around Boone Street in downtown Johnson City? For more than a year, construction crews have had pavement and sidewalks torn up in the area as part of the city’s flood mitigation efforts around the new King
While Johnson City’s underground local music scene may not be in the middle of a national spotlight, its eclectic variety of musicians and bands spanning across multiple genres makes it a center of artistic expression in Central Appalachia.