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)

Monday, August 31, 2015

  • Sheriff Said Murder Suspect "Hated His Mother" Most of His Life
  • Sheriff Wayne Anderson Gives More Information About Triple Homicide in Sullivan County
  • Hawkins County Inmate Sends Officer to Hospital
  • Erwin Woman Shot, Husband Turned Himself In
  • Former Attorney General, Gate City Native Jerry Kilgore Joins Scott Walker's Campaign
  • Rogersville Man Charged With Aggravated Assault
  • Two Women Arrested After Assault at Johnson City Gas Station
  • Johnson City Construction Project Will Close Busy Road Overnight
  • Sheriff: Bristol, TN Shooting Victim Were Ambushed, No Clear Motive
  • Hawkins Co Man Charged After Just-Filled Prescription for Valium Goes Missing
  • Magistrates Soon to Go To Work in Sullivan County to Correct "Deficiency"
  • FEC Reports Haslam Gives $500,000 in Political Contributions So Far in 2015
  • Man Arrested for Stealing Pricey Equipment from Johnson City Store



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