JOHNSON CITY – Three Tusculum University leaders, who are making their mark on education at early stages in their academic careers, have earned a special distinction from a local business publication, the university said in a news release.
First Tennessee Bank hosted a women's conference on Oct. 3 at the General Morgan Inn focusing on financial management and planning for life events.
Each month in this column we present facts and figures about tourism and highlight different tourism attractions in our community. This month I am proud to present to you what I’m calling “tourism in action.”
Apex Bank was recently recognized by the Institute of Extraordinary Banking with the Thought Leader Banky Award for Extraordinary Bank Practices, raising the standards of banking with excellence in unique and cutting-edge practices while achieving exemplary financial results, according to a …
MURFREESBORO – Tennessee’s housing report for the second quarter of 2019 shows “promising” mixed signals, with construction permits down a bit year over year amid the lowest foreclosure rates in two decades and a strong job market.
MURFREESBORO — Tennessee exporters suffered a tough second quarter almost across the board, particularly in auto sales, according to the latest “Global Commerce” trade report from MTSU’s Business and Economic Research Center.
KINGSPORT – Olan O. Jones, Jr., Eastman Credit Union’s CEO and president, will retire effective Jan. 1, 2020, according to a news release from the credit union.
The Greene County Partnership has introduced members of its 25th class of Leadership Greene County, the class of 2019-2020.
Professional travel advisor Michelle Shumate, originally from Greeneville and now living in Elizabethton, was one of 49 travel advisors to attend The Future Leaders in Travel Retreat.