Monday, April 16, 2012

RAM Leaders Have Concerns
Another Remote Area Medical Clinic operation of Bristol Motor Speedway is in the books. Some of the top volunteers with the free medical charity group have expressed some concern that no donations or funding from any major industries or businesses in Northeast Tennessee were received. RAM leaders say they would like to make a connection with companies like Eastman, Alpha, or major regional medical groups like Wellmont or Mountain States for cash support to the needy served by the clinic.(CS)

Friday, December 19, 2014

  • Kingsport Man Arrested for Kidnapping, Assault, and Neglect
  • Food trucks to Come, No Public Parking for them in Johnson City
  • Abingdon Woman Who is a Sex Offender Arrested for Being at School
  • Sex Charges Mount Against John Battle High School Teacher
  • Abingdon Man Charged with Having Porn, Soliciting Minor
  • Update: Child Abuse Trial Resumes Friday
  • Man Falls to his Death From Cell Phone Tower in Greeneville
  • Domestic Episode in Johnson City Turns Into Standoff
  • Bristol Wins Designation as "Virginia Enterprise Zone"
  • Man Wanted in Bristol for Assaulting Officers Arrested in Florida
  • Greene County Police Investigating Shooting at Greeneville Apartments
  • Changes Coming for Virginia's Standards of Learning
  • Police Searching for Man Who Chased Estranged Wife From Blountville to Kingsport
  • Johnson City to Raise Hotel/Motel Tax, Against Property Tax



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