Walking around downtown, it’s readily apparent that Johnson City has a long-standing connection to Coca-Cola.
Johnson City officials say a wastewater project more than a year overdue could mean thousands of dollars in extra expenses for the city.
When John Boyd became the principal of South Side School in 1985, he wasn’t sure what the future would hold — for him or the school.
A local historic neighborhood will not be considered for nomination to the National Register of Historic places because a majority of residents raised objections.
As part of the Johnson City Water and Sewer Services Department’s comprehensive maintenance program, crews will begin smoke testing sanitary sewer lines in the Brush Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant collection system next week.
An Erwin ice cream shop will replace a beloved craft soda shop that recently vacated space on East Market Street in downtown Johnson City.
Cookies, pastries, cakes, cupcakes, pies, tarts, donuts and apple fritters.
A partially closed breezeway in downtown Johnson City with a now-demolished veneer wall could be repaired before the end of the year.
The Johnson City Development Authority is now the proud owner of a 95-year-old apartment building.
In 1978, Ralph Davis, along with other members of the NAACP, Concerned Citizens Group, Carver Recreation and other community members started an annual Unity Picnic — now known as the Umoja Festival.
Though they’ve only been in Johnson City for a year, Julia and Tommy Gilmore are already looking to make an impact on their community — despite neither being old enough to even drive a car.
A vacant lot in downtown Johnson City could soon have new life as a restaurant created by the business partners behind Southern Craft, Label and the Stir Fry Cafe.
Pointing to concerns from residents, Johnson City Commissioners have decided they need more information before they can endorse seeking recognition for a historic neighborhood.
Although Johnson City has not yet determined an exact opening date, Adam Dickson, the recently hired supervisor of the Langston Centre, anticipates the long-awaited facility will be open to the public before the end of 2019.
A mixed-use development with room for multiple restaurants, a 150,000-square-foot wholesale retail space, a minimum of one hotel and 212,000 square feet of residential space could be one of the larger projects coming to the Boones Creek corridor off Interstate 26.