Monday, October 08, 2012

Sullivan Courthouse Flood
Employees at the Sullivan County Courthouse are home after a water main break flooded the first floor. The flooding left a foot of water on the floors and up to eight feet in the elevator. Mayor Steve Godsey says the damage to the first floor is minor, but crews did have to shut off the main water line valves. Repairs should be done by late afternoon with the courthouse planning to reopen on Tuesday.(cc)

Friday, August 28, 2015

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  • Firefighters Among Those Arrested in $100,000 Hawkins County Barn Fires
  • Kingsport Police Honored for Crash Prevention and Traffic Safety
  • Kingsport Planning Organization Recommends Main Street Overhaul
  • Jackson Cancels Bristol, VA Appearance Due to Family Emergency
  • BVU Asks Tri-Cities Christian Schools Again to Return Donation
  • Murder Suspect Out of Florida Arrested in Wise County, VA
  • Judge Changes Bond Conditions for Kingsport Pastor Indicted for Theft, Money Laundering
  • Kingsport Paving Project to Begin This Weekend
  • Three Men Indicted, Bringing Total to Four in Arson Case in Hawkins County
  • Tennessee Prison System to Undergo Independent Review
  • Special Funding Used to Help Construct New Housing in Kingsport
  • Ruling Could Impact Bristol Cop Killer on Death Row
  • Roan Mountain Man Charged with Kidnapping, Aggravated Assault
  • Tri-Cities Airport Wins Award for Financial Reporting
  • Moment of Silence for Slain Journalists before Governor Opens Address on Virginia Economy



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