Wednesday, March 06, 2013

JCHA Considering K-9 Searches
The Johnson City Housing Authority is considering random K-9 searches for residents during annual apartment inspections. Executive Director Richard McClain says drugs are an issue at the city's seven housing developments. A survey has been sent to all housing authority residents. Of the surveys returned, a majority of the residents are in favor of the K-9 searches. (jb)

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

  • BVU's Faith Esposito Suddenly Resigns Board
  • DMME: Mine Accident in Dickenson County Under Investigation, Victim Recovering After Surgery
  • Bristol, Tennessee Schools Replace Principal in Wake of Attempted Child Abuse and Neglect Case
  • King University Breaks Ground on Oval Restoration
  • Roe Seeks Immediate Lift of Ban on Firearms on Military Grounds
  • Haslam Headed to the Tri-Cities to Push For Hike in Gasoline Tax
  • Police: Fatal Crash Went Undetected for a Day
  • Wes Rosenbalm Resigns from Job at Johnson City V-A Center
  • BVU Writing Policies in Wake of Financial Scandal
  • Utility Puts Condition on Participation in Bristol "Brand" Study
  • Mine Accident Under Investigation
  • Two More David Crockett Players Sent to Alternative School in Wake of Hazing Investigation
  • Murder, Dismembering Case in Carter County Scheduled to go to Grand Jury
  • New Poll Shows Virginians Split on Removing Rebel Flag from S.O.C.V. License Plate
  • Report: Members of Crips Source of Fight, Lockdown at Mountain City Prison
  • Hawkins County Deputies Arrest Woman for Second Time in Two Weeks
  • Hawkins County Woman Arrested After She Was Found With Drugs



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