Ballad Health announces fourth-quarter, year-end results

Ballad Health announces fourth-quarter, year-end results

Ballad Health today announced fourth-quarter and year-end results from its 2020 fiscal year, and that report illustrates the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the healthcare ...

ETSU Advancement, Alumni offices to relocate to Model Mill Development

ETSU Advancement, Alumni offices to relocate to Model Mill Development

The ETSU Foundation will lease space at the Model Mill Development that will become the new home for the Office of University Advancement at East Tennessee State University as well ...

HMG Clinical Research participating in late-stage trial of potential COVID-19 vaccine

HMG Clinical Research participating in late-stage trial of potential COVID-19 vaccine

HMG Clinical Research hasannounced plans to participate as study sites for, and begin enrolling participants into, the Phase 2/3 global study sponsored by Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech ...

Mountain City receives federal funds to upgrade water lines

Mountain City receives federal funds to upgrade water lines

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross has announced that the Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is investing $4.4 million in the state of Tennessee to bui ...

VCEDA converts two SRRA loans to grants

VCEDA converts two SRRA loans to grants

Two loans totaling $330,000 to the Southwest Regional Recreation Authority (SRRA) were converted into grants recently by the Virginia Coalfield Economic Development Autho ...

DOMTAR to repurpose Kingsport mill

DOMTAR to repurpose Kingsport mill

To employ 160 making recycled linerboard by 2023 By Scott Robertson Domtar announced August 7 it will cease freesheet production operations at its Kingsport, Tenn., mill and refit ...

One sleepless night generated $250,000+ for struggling small businesses

One sleepless night generated $250,000+ for struggling small businesses

by Scott Robertson “I’m 71 years old and I’ve never lived through anything like the last six months,” says Jim Fisher, a small business owner in Jonesborough, Tenn. Fisher and his ...

United Way organizations across Northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia initiate joint campaign

A task force incorporating seven United Way organizations across the region has launched a $1.9 million fund-raising campaign to help address the challenges posed to families and individuals in northeast Tennessee and southwest Virginia by the effects of COVID-19 and the response to it. The regional taskforce includes United Way of Bristol TN/VA, United Way of Elizabethton/Carter County, United Way of Great ...

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A note to our readers, advertisers and subscribers

While we must grudgingly accept the new normal within the business community for at least the next few weeks, we don’t have to like it. So, please be aware that The Business Journal and bjournal.com maintain our commitment to providing you with news and information to help you do business, even if you (and we) are doing it from remote locations. We are fortunate that if this pandemic had to hit, it hit in a ...

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First Tennessee Development District planning to use foundation for regional economic development

Pictured above: Pat Hardy By Scott Robertson Six individuals representing the governments of the cities, towns and counties of Northeast Tennessee are working on a plan to use the First Tennessee Development District Foundation as a regional economic development hub. FTDD Executive Director Chris Craig and Retired FTDD Executive Director Susan Reid are working with Sullivan County Mayor Richard Venable, Was ...

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Eastman responding to existing and potential effects of Coronavirus on operations, supply chain and markets

Pictured Above Mark Cox By Scott Robertson Eastman’s approach to the Coronavirus is to be overprepared but to respond proportionately to whatever arises, said Mark Cox, senior vice president, chief manufacturing, supply chain and engineering officer. Cox is heading up Eastman’s task force responding to Coronavirus concerns. Cox spoke with bjournal.com recently about the company’s response to the crisis in t ...

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Baumgardner to oversee Food City media and public relations

Tammy Baumgardner Food City recently announced the appointment of Tammy Baumgardner to the newly created position of senior manager of Public Relations. Baumgardner brings more than 32 years of industry knowledge and experience to this key role, including 22 years in media and community relations. “Tammy’s broad experience inside our organization makes her uniquely qualified for this very important role,” s ...

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On-again, off-again Northeast State hangar project at TRI is on again

Executive Director Gene Cossey (center) reports on the proposed memorandum of understanding between the airport, Northeast State Community College and the Tennessee Board of Regents. PHOTOS BY SCOTT ROBERTSON Northeast State Community College and Tri-Cities Airport (TRI) are back in the workforce development business together. A project in which the college and airport will work together to create a space f ...

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Jarden Zinc Products rebranding to ARTAZN LLC

Tom Wennogle Change marks half-century in the Greeneville, Tenn., community by Karen Janette Those with long memories will know this is not the first time the name on the sign has changed, but the leaders of what has since 2004 been known as Jarden Zinc Products point out a long history of service to the community, whatever the name. In fact, 50 years ago, when Jarden Zinc opened the doors to its Greenevill ...

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When Bristol went to Greenville

Greenville Mayor Knox White addresses the Bristol Chamber Board of Directors. Bristol Chamber Board picks the brains of the best and brightest in South Carolina’s upstate by Scott Robertson The scene could easily have been State Street. Two dozen or so Bristolians walked briskly through cold morning air on wide sidewalks alongside a two-lane main thoroughfare. But on the morning of February 20, the scene wa ...

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Rebranded FoundersForge touts positive momentum during summit meeting

FoundersForge co-founder David Nelson with BrightRidge CEO Jeff Dykes. PHOTO BY DAVE ONGIE By Dave Ongie Less than a month after StartupTri rebranded as FoundersForge, the entrepreneurial support effort held a summit at BrightRidge on Feb. 20. The event featured an update on BrightRidge’s broadband rollout and provided entrepreneurs with the opportunity to share their new initiatives in a “Minute to Win It” ...

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