Monday, December 10, 2012

Bristol Businesses Get A Boost With New Meeting Space
Believe in Bristol is offering office space to small businesses while doubling as a downtown visitorís center. Volunteers began installing equipment, furniture and fixtures to support the 27-hundred square -foot building that will also house the future Birthplace of Country Music museum. They say they needed the extra space to help promote economic and community development. The organization received a 20-thousand dollar Virginia Enterprise Initiative grant to help furnish the resource center for business owners hoping to host seminars and meetings. Any downtown business can use the meeting space complete with color copier, iMac computer and projector. (bg)

Thursday, September 03, 2015

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  • Issue of Competency Delays Hearing for Abingdon Murder Suspect
  • 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
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  • 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
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