Things were suddenly smooth in downtown Johnson City on Wednesday afternoon.
The Downtown Johnson City Foundation continues to seek donations toward restoring the former U-Haul/Giant Food Market sign into a huge marker for the downtown area.
King Creek Basin, a roughly 3-acre storm water project that will incorporate public-friendly amenities, is set for completion at the end of June.
On Thursday, Johnson City commissioners will consider a new set of zoning regulations for the street linking East Tennessee State University to the downtown area, a corridor valued as a potential driver for economic development.
Sunshine and mild temperatures Monday allowed workers to gain ground on the King Creek Basin project, which is set for completion in just under five months.
A vibrant public art mural featuring all things indigenous will be painted this spring at King Creek Basin adjacent to the Atlantic Ale House.
A 71-year-old arrangement between Johnson City and the Johnson City Power Board ended Thursday when city commissioners approved a resolution to create the Johnson City Energy Authority and a certificate of approval for the new entity’s
Oct 20, 2016 at 9:59 PM
Johnson City officials are asking its citizens to suggest names for the 3-acre King Creek Basin located between West King and
Aug 3, 2016 at 12:40 PM