Wednesday, May 09, 2012

A Balanced Budget in Kingsport
Kingsport City Manager John Campbell is proposing a balanced budget for the next fiscal year with no property tax increase and a 2 percent pay raise for city employees. The proposed budget does call for small hikes in the water and sewer rates and the hiring of three part-time employees in the public works department. The proposed budget includes no decision on money for the Kingsport City School system, which has requested an additional 2.4-million dollars from the city to balance its budget and the 520-thousand to help with operational costs for the new STEM platform school. (bg)

Friday, August 28, 2015

  • Firefighters Among Those Arrested in $100,000 Hawkins County Barn Fires
  • Kingsport Police Honored for Crash Prevention and Traffic Safety
  • Kingsport Planning Organization Recommends Main Street Overhaul
  • Jackson Cancels Bristol, VA Appearance Due to Family Emergency
  • BVU Asks Tri-Cities Christian Schools Again to Return Donation
  • Murder Suspect Out of Florida Arrested in Wise County, VA
  • Judge Changes Bond Conditions for Kingsport Pastor Indicted for Theft, Money Laundering
  • Kingsport Paving Project to Begin This Weekend
  • Three Men Indicted, Bringing Total to Four in Arson Case in Hawkins County
  • Tennessee Prison System to Undergo Independent Review
  • Special Funding Used to Help Construct New Housing in Kingsport
  • Ruling Could Impact Bristol Cop Killer on Death Row
  • Roan Mountain Man Charged with Kidnapping, Aggravated Assault
  • Tri-Cities Airport Wins Award for Financial Reporting
  • Moment of Silence for Slain Journalists before Governor Opens Address on Virginia Economy



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