Thursday, April 26, 2012

Ribbon Cutting For Kingsport Waste Water Facility
Kingsport City Officials have cut the ribbon on a completely renovated wastewater treatment plant in the model city. Public works director, Ryan McReynolds said the improvements and upgrades will be close to $24 million. He added that the new facilities should keep the model city in compliance with environmental regulations for at least the next 20 years. The upgrades will allow for an additional 20,000 households and several large industrial customers to come online with the Kingsport Wastewater Treatment System.(CS)

Thursday, August 21, 2014

  • TVA Board Approves Rate Increase
  • Charges Dropped Against Citizen Arrested at Greene County Public Meeting
  • Police Arrest a Joneborough Man for Stealing $10,000 of Merchandise from Employer
  • Food City Family Race Night Street Closures
  • City Expects Huge Returns from Pinnacle Development
  • Tony Stewart Will Not Race at Bristol
  • Staff Heartbroken as Bright's Zoo Baby Giraffe Dies
  • Intoxicated Man Arrested at Elementary School
  • Same Sex Marriage On Hold in VA
  • Former Bristol Executive Charged With Embezzlement
  • Huge Crowd Turns Out for Opening of The Pinnacle in Bristol
  • Elizabethton Schools Placed on "Soft" Lockdown
  • Re-election of Unicoi County Mayor to Stand
  • Applications Open for Tennessee Free College Tuition Program
  • Class Action Denied in Gas Royalties Lawsuit
  • Johnson City Police Arrest Fugitive
  • Increase in ACT Scores for Sullivan County Schools



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