Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Tri-Cities Retail Numbers Down
A new report from the ETSU Bureau of Business and Economic Research shows that Tri-Cities shoppers are hanging onto their money. Dr. Steb Hipple says that sales increased by 2 percent in Bristol while falling one and a half percent in Johnson City. Kingsport retail sales dropped 2.2 percent. Even though sales dropped in the third quarter, employment showed strong growth. Hipple believes that the upcoming fiscal cliff is the driving factor for the slump in sales.

Thursday, September 03, 2015

  • Elizabethton Man Arrested After Lying to Police About Car Wreck
  • ETSU Bucs Kick-Off First Football Game in 12 Years
  • Developers to Announce New Shops Coming to the Pinnacle
  • Hearing on Grave Plot Disputes for Troubled Hawkins County Cemetery Scheduled Friday
  • Greeneville Motorcycle Crash Kills One, Injuries Another
  • Sheriff's Office Reports Marion Man Dies From Accidental Shooting
  • Senator Alexander Says Obama Helping to Start a Potential Arms Race in the Middle East
  • Bristol Man Ordered to Prison for 8 Years for Meth Making
  • Politicos "Outraged" About UT Gender Neutrality Post
  • Two Arrested for Prostitution in Bristol



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