Wednesday, August 22, 2012

FEMA Says NO
There will be no direct federal help to people whose property was damaged by flooding in Washington County as a result of the August 5th storms according to County Mayor Dan Eldridge. He says the flash flooding did not meet the criteria for aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. In one hour four inches of rain fell on parts of Washington, Carter and Unicoi counties but FEMA officials say total storm damage would have to reach at least 8.5-million dollars before aid would reimbursed residents. However, Residents and business owners can apply to the Small Business Administration for low interest loans to help ease the pain. (bg)

Wednesday, October 01, 2014

  • VPAP examines Virginia as a swing state
  • Sentencing Underway in Scott County for Man Charged with Murdering Jail Inmate
  • Grants Save Public Health Continuing Education Center at ETSU
  • Kingsport man threatens to kill dispatcher, spits on deputy
  • Former Jonesborough special ed teacher facing more assault charges
  • Bristol Women Busted for Meth Will Be in Court Today
  • ETSU Students Study Clinchfield Railroad
  • Habitual Motor Offender Sent Back to Jail
  • BVU Authority Interim CEO and President Mike Bundy Resigns
  • Hawkins County Tax Rate Going Up
  • Murder Case Dismissed in Johnson City
  • District Attorney Will Not Pursue Charges against Ramsey



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