Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Big R Bridge Manufacturers to Come to SW Virginia
On the heels of the dismal June jobs report, Virginia’s Lt. Governor Bill Bolling had some good news for those still out of a job in the Southwest corner of the state. Bolling announced Tuesday that Big R Bridge Manufacturers has decided to launch their East Coast Branch in Washington County, VA. He claims VA’s pro-business atmosphere drew Big R Bridge to the state. Cameron Klein, CEO of Big R Bridge, says he strongly feels that basing some of his company in VA was a good decision. The company plans to hire 32 new employees starting in October and has plans to employ more Virginians in the next few years. (hra)

Wednesday, May 06, 2015

  • Chambers of Commerce Endorse Hospital System Mergers
  • Man Gets Out of Kingsport Justice Center Holding Cell, Soon Turns Himself In
  • UPDATE: Vicitim Killed in Boat Accident in Hawkins County identified by TWRA
  • Kingport Brothers Charged in Stabbing Incident in Lynn Garden
  • Some Upset About Reduced Inspections at NFS in Erwin
  • Kingsport K-9 Officers Get High Marks, Headed to National Competition
  • Facebook Murder Trial: Sister Says Janelle Potter "Coddled" by Parents
  • Local Woman is Million Dollar Lottery Winner
  • Homeless Woman Charged in Sullivan County With Two Counts of Child Abuse, Neglect
  • Bristol, TN City Council Will Not Raise Property Taxes
  • UPDATE: 65-Yr-Old Hawkins County Man Killed in Boating Accident Near TVA Sevier Dam
  • Accused Killer Told Police, Despite Feud, She Never Wished the Victims' Harm
  • Bristol Woman Charged with Stealing Customer's Identity
  • Washington County TN Can Join Lawsuit to Get Liquor-By-The-Drink Revenue from Johnson City
  • Two Arrested on Meth Charges in Washington County, VA
  • Homeless Man Charged With Stealing Cousins Car
  • Motorcycle Rider Dead Following Johnson City Crash
  • Bill Signed by Governor for "Weekend of Prayer" First Weekend in August in TN



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