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)

Tuesday, July 07, 2015

  • More Charges Filed Against Abingdon Murder Suspect
  • U.S. Marshals Plan to Be Cautious When Questioning Hawkins County Teen
  • Former John Battle High Teacher, Coach Pleads to Having Sex with Students
  • VSP: 5-Yr-Old Not Properly Restrained During Fatal July 4 Crash in Washington County
  • Bombing Suspect's Home Search in Kingsport Turns Up Guns, Other Property
  • UT Extension: Fungus, Blue Mold Being Reported
  • U.S. Marshals: Ben Shook "Didn't Have A Plan" While on The Run With Teen
  • Johnson City Fire Rating Improves
  • Amber Alert Cancelled, Sex Offender and Teen Found in Smyth County
  • Items Taken From Bombing Suspect's Home
  • Marlow Given 30 Years to Serve in Prison for Baby Killing in Abingdon
  • New City Leaders Named In Elizabethton
  • Two Charged In Church Hill Vehicle Thefts
  • Confederate Flag Parade Underway in Kingsport
  • Old Theft Case Results in New Arrest of Abingdon Man
  • Additional Conduct Under Investigation at BVU
  • Abingdon Man Charged with Killing Father Arraigned in Court This Afternoon
  • Involuntary Manslaughter Case of Boone NC Motel Owner Delayed Until October
  • UPDATE: Suspected Pipe Bomber of Johnson City Prothetics Biz Owns Similar Business in Kingsport



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