Friday, October 05, 2012

Fire Grant Coming To Kingsport
The City of Kingsport has announced that they will be receiving a a competitive grant from the US Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency. The grant is designed to fund a special program of fire safety. At an afternoon press conference Department spokesperson Barry Brickey explained what's going on with the project. Thirty nine Thousand dollars will be coming from the 44 thousand dollar twin scan smoke detector plan.The grant is administered with cooperation with the United States fire administration. The primary goal of the assistance to firefighters Grant to meet firefighting emergency response needs departments and non affiliated medical emergency service organizations.(CS)

Thursday, April 24, 2014

  • Greene County Bath Salts Bust
  • New Plans for North Side Hospital Property in JC
  • Burglar Caught After Using Stolen Credit Cards
  • Vice Mayor Wants a Seat in Nashville
  • Murder Hearing Delayed
  • Healthcare Provider Works to Improve NICU
  • More Early Voting Locations Open Today
  • Wildfire Threat Grows
  • Waste Coal in Use
  • Haslam Plans For Possibility of TN Executions
  • Inmate Tries to Smuggle Firearm into Jail
  • Tips Helped Catch an Erwin Robbery Suspect
  • McAuliffe Sucessfully Vetoes Three Bills
  • DUI Suspect Caught With 500 Xanax Pills



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