Wednesday, December 12, 2012

McDonnell's Revised Budget to be Presented Next Week
The revised budget Gov. Bob McDonnell presents to legislators next week will end the accelerated sales tax for all but about 200 Virginia retail merchants, freeing 98 percent of dealers from the 3 1/2-year-old budget-balancing scheme. The governor's office announced that McDonnell will include nearly $21 million to offset revenue lost from drastically reducing the number of dealers subject to the accelerated sales tax. Merchants despise the early estimated sales tax payments. It was enacted to shore up state finances at the depth of the recession in 2009. McDonnell asked lawmakers in 2011 to phase it out early. McDonnell proposes boosting the threshold for paying the tax from $26 million in annual taxable sales to $48.5 million. He also seeks $250,000 more for Parkinson's disease research at Virginia Commonwealth University.

Friday, July 25, 2014

  • Kingsport Counterfeit Suspects Arrested
  • Bristol Police Search for Tire Thief
  • More Fake Money Circulating Around the Tri-Cities
  • Bristol Leaders Want Public Imput on Reconstruction Plan
  • Man Sentenced to Prison for Crack Operation
  • Elizabethton Police Veteran Resigns Amid Investigation
  • Bluff City Crash Under Investigation
  • Former Kingsport Alderman Pleads Guilty
  • Dingus Headed Back to Court in September after Mistrial



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