Thursday, April 12, 2012

New Ordinance Affects Outdoor Advertisers
Changes were approved in Bristol Virginia concerning city regulations pertaining to outdoor advertising. The preliminary approval was unanimous as the City Council held first reading on the ordinance to modify control as part of the city code. They hope to affect the overall appearance to provide a more uniform look throughout the city. The ordinance will include specific definitions for all permanent and temporary signs and include time limits for temporary signs as well as establish maximum dimensions for each sign. Electronic message signs will be affected as video is prohibited as well as animation or other types of motion including scrolled messages, intermittent lighting and other features that could distract drivers. Messages on the electronic message centers must also remain in place for at least eight seconds. (bg)

Monday, October 20, 2014

  • Two Charged in Johnson City Home Robbery
  • ETSU Goes Public with Student Report of Rape
  • Kingsport Earns Highest Bond Ratings in History
  • House Fire in Bristol Contained to Kitchen
  • Sullivan County Commissoners Consent to Support of Wellmont staying local, State Constitution Amendment 1
  • Fire Department Promotion in Johnson City
  • Sullivan County Woman Booked Again For Child Abuse After Children Found Wondering the Streets
  • Deer Versus Vehicle Crashes on the Rise, THP Reports
  • Church Hill Man Arrested After Physical Fight With Father Ends With Gunfire
  • Piney Flats Village is Given Historical Marker
  • Bristol YMCA Offers Free Self Defense Training for Women
  • Man Gets Pulled over for His License Plate, Gets Arrested for Drugs
  • Two Russell County Men Die in Head on Collision
  • Johnson City Man's Victim Found Unconscious in the Middle of the Road
  • Federal Judge Denies Appeal of Hawkins County Woman Who Cashed Dead Family Members' Checks
  • Bristol TN Police receive Tennessee Top Honor
  • Wellmont allows doctors involved in final stages of merger pursuit
  • Congressmen Roe, Griffith Urge Travel Ban due to Ebola
  • Johnson City Approves Floodplain Buyout Program



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