Frontier Secure’s sale to SYKES will not affect VCEDA loan payments: Belcher

Frontier Secure’s sale to SYKES will not affect VCEDA loan payments: Belcher

Officials with Frontier Secure, VCEDA and the Wise County IDA pose with a $5.6 million check, June 29, 2016. Thursday, May 25, 4:30 p.m. – The anticipated sale of Frontier Communic ...

YWCA fetes 2017 Tribute to Women Award recipients

YWCA fetes 2017 Tribute to Women Award recipients

Photo above: The 2017 class of Tribute to Women Award recipients: (Back row, L-R) Brenda Barnicki, Ruth Moseley King, Melody Trimble, Susan Reid, Carol Transou, (Front row, L-R) Ti ...

Johnson City Power Board polling potential broadband business customers

Johnson City Power Board polling potential broadband business customers

Photo above: Ira Stone of MiniFibers, (right) discusses broadband with Eric Ogle of Magellan Advisors, working on behalf of the Johnson City Power Board. Photos courtesy JCPB By Sc ...

Pies in the sky: Cootie Brown’s Internet gambit

Pies in the sky: Cootie Brown’s Internet gambit

Photo above: Tony Vella poses with Cootie Brown’s key lime pie delivery container at Lot 8 on State of Franklin Road in Johnson City. Photo by Collin Brooks By Scott Robertson and ...

Aerospace Park continues ascent

Aerospace Park continues ascent

Photo above: Patrick Wilson and David Jones discuss runway repair work. Photo by Scott Robertson By Scott Robertson The Tri-Cities Airport Authority continues to move ahead with it ...

Emory & Henry receives $1 million business chair endowment: College announces $80 million fundraising campaign

Emory & Henry receives $1 million business chair endowment: College announces $80 million fundraising campaign

Photo above: James Curtis Hughes, donor Representative and family member and Emory & Henry President Jake Schrum shake hands after signing the Kathryn Burke Greever endowment a ...

Milligan dedicates engineering college facilities

Milligan dedicates engineering college facilities

Photo Above: Bob Hart, Etta Clark, Dr. Bill Greer, Chrissy Idlette and CeeGee McCord commemorate the opening of the Eastman engineering lab on the campus of Milligan College April ...

Big month for Bristol: Pinnacle names 13 new tenants, Falls gets contract relief

Retail picture brightening along state line By Scott Robertson, Tammy Childress and Jeff Keeling The retail picture in Bristol continues to brighten. The Pinnacle retail development in Bristol, Tennessee now has signed lease agreements with DICK’S Sporting Goods and Bed, Bath and Beyond to become its first Power Shop tenants, joining anchor tenants Bass Pro Shops and Belk. Steve Johnson, The Pinnacle’s deve ...

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Calling future corporate leaders: UT to conduct leadership development series in Kingsport

"Emerging leaders series" kicks off in August By Jeff Keeling So your company has checked off all the right boxes. Supply chain management, purchasing management, lean principles – pick a road to more effective operations, and you've taken it. Not so fast, say the folks at the Graduate and Executive Education Program in the University of Tennessee's College of Business Administration. The people you're rely ...

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NN Inc. purchases SunTrust building, plans to add up to 200 corporate positions in Johnson City

By Jeff Keeling Manufacturer NN Inc. will keep its headquarters in Johnson City as it expands home office headcount to around 200, officials announced this morning. “To support our aggressive global growth plan, we must expand our corporate infrastructure with people, systems and brick and mortar,” NN CEO Rich Holder said while standing in front of the five-story 60,000-square-foot former SunTrust building ...

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Bristol Va. amends two contracts related to The Falls development

By Tammy Childress and Jeff Keeling A contractor preparing The Falls retail site has agreed to accept delayed payments as the City of Bristol, Va. works toward securing additional funds through revenue bonds, and the anchor tenant, Cabela’s, has accepted a lower incentive amount. Bristol’s Industrial Development Authority (IDA) and Economic Development Committee (EDC) met Friday morning in called session re ...

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Wellmont reveals more on study of “strategic options,” potential partnerships as process reaches halfway point

KINGSPORT – Wellmont Health System is about halfway through its strategic options analysis, a process that has yielded positive comments about the organization’s clinical quality and low cost structure. Earlier this year, Wellmont issued a request for proposals from organizations that might want to align in some fashion with the health system. Nine health systems submitted a proposal, but three of them are ...

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Text of resolution in support of maintaining local control of healthcare systems

RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF MAINTAINING LOCAL CONTROL OF HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS WHEREAS, this region is served by two exceptional healthcare systems, community owned, locally governed and committed to providing access to the highest quality care for our citizens; and WHEREAS, choices that would end community ownership and local control of our healthcare systems are being considered, with diminished access and qual ...

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Text of Tennessee law regarding “Certificate of public advantage”

Chapter 11  Health Facilities and Resources Part 13  Hospital Cooperation ACT of 1993 Tenn. Code Ann. § 68-11-1303  (2014) 68-11-1303.  Cooperative agreements -- Certificate of public advantage.  (a) A hospital may negotiate and enter into cooperative agreements with other hospitals in the state, if the likely benefits resulting from the agreements outweigh any disadvantages attributable to a reduction in c ...

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Eastman power outage stops production, leads to wastewater discharge

Eastman's wastewater treatment plant, at left, discharges into the South Fork Holston River. Power still not restored as of early Wednesday evening By Jeff Keeling Eastman Chemical Co.'s first plant-wide power outage since 1998 occurred Wednesday morning and resulted in no injuries, a complete production shutdown, a small methanol release into the air and the release of an as-yet-unknown volume of wastewate ...

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Bank of America sells Tri-Cities branches to First Tennessee

First Tennessee Bank has boosted its state-leading market share with a new deal to purchase 13 branches and four remote ATMs from Bank of America in Tennessee. The banks expect the purchase of the branches, including those in Johnson City, Kingsport, Bristol and Greeneville to close later this year, pending regulatory approval. The Memphis-based bank will add approximately $660 million of deposits. First Te ...

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May 2014 Issue

The May issue begins The Business Journal's look at summer seasonal business with a feature on fly-fishing guides and retailers. The combination of mountain streams, TVA lakes and multiple rivers means outdoorsmen (and women) have ample opportunities to wet a line. In addition, you'll read about how a group of former AFG employees are re-opening the old AFG plant in Kingsport under the Heritage Glass banner ...

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