Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Tennessee Gets Federal Health Care Grants
Tennessee is one of six states to share in more than 181-million dollars in federal health care grants. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said the volunteer state will receive 4.3-million to use in establishing Affordable Health Care Insurance Exchanges. The funds are part of the Affordable Care Act designed to create the exchanges or one stop shops to find and compare affordable, quality private health insurance options. The Health and Human Services office hopes consumers in every state can have a marketplace where they can find affordable insurance. (bg)

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

  • Bristol, TN Named One of the Most Conservative Cities in America
  • Tri-Cities Airport Wants to Re-impose Passenger Fee
  • Kingsport Woman Seriously Injured After Being Ejected from SUV
  • Man Pleads Guilty to Child Neglect in Church Hill
  • State Transportation Board Seeking Input in Bristol Wednesday
  • Virginia State Police Budget Cuts Will Reduce Staff, Overtime Pay
  • Sullivan County Detectives Looking for Help to Identify Bluff City, Piney Flats Vandals
  • Committees in Carter County to Stay As-Is After Lengthy Debate
  • State Police Association in Virginia Says Budget Cuts Will Deter Service and Morale
  • Virginia Creeper Trail Inducted into National Rails to Trail Hall of Fame
  • Problem with Accuracy of Eyewitnesses to Crime Identified Across Virginia
  • Police say Woman Lied About Child's Fund Raiser to Collect for Herself
  • Jeff Howard Promoted to ETSU Dean of Students



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