Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Pay Back Taxes Now And Save Money And Hassle
The Bristol Virginia City Council agree to allow Taxing Authority Consulting Services to try and collect over a million dollars owed on mobile homes, vehicles, and motorcycles. Because the Richmond firm was able to collect over a million in past-due real estate taxes the council has confidence in this proposition. Residents are offered at least two months to pay up before the collectors start calling and the city can go back five years in to collect past due personal property taxes. Residents can pay now and avoid a 17 percent collection fee later, plus people need to know that the law does allow a city treasurer or a collection agency to garnish wages, place liens on bank accounts or seize vehicles to satisfy unpaid tax bills. Many vehicles listed could have been sold or crushed so residents may be able to supply a bill of sale or other documentation to clear the record. (bg)

Friday, August 01, 2014

  • Tornado Damage in Washington County, Tennessee Exceeds $1 Million
  • Puckett Replacement Campaign Proving Expensive
  • Early Voting in Tennessee Ends Saturday
  • Kingsport Police Nab Burglary Suspect
  • Gate City Woman Facing Abuse Charges After Authorities say Infant Left in Hot Car
  • Bristol Accident Leads to Charges
  • More Drug Arrests in Washington County, Virginia
  • Grand Opening of Birthplace of Country Music Museum in Bristol Celebrated
  • More Layoffs Announced at Alpha Natural Resources
  • Pigeon Forge Favorite to Open Location in Myrtle Beach
  • Annual Sales Tax Holiday Underway in TN and VA
  • Man Arrested for Selling Stolen Property
  • Man Makes Meth in Unsuspecting Grandmother's Home
  • Senator Mark Warner Visits Russell County on Sunday
  • Man Admits to Having Sex with 16-Year old Girl
  • Bicyclist Battles For Life After Being Hit by a Car
  • Man Uses Worthless Checks to Buy $20,000 in Gold
  • Police Take Custody of Puppy from Hot Car in Kingsport
  • Sheriff: Insurance Agent Cashed Out Client's Policy
  • Man Arrested for Rape in Elizabethton
  • Kingsport Police Look for Phone Store Thieves
  • Mayor Budget Veto Overridden by Carter County Commission
  • BVU Board Sets Special Meeting on CEO Hiring
  • Accused Bristol Robbers Appear in Court
  • No Criminal Charges Against Bluff City Dentist



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