Friday, March 15, 2013

Budget Cuts Heighten Food Need
Northeast Tennessee's second harvest food bank is seeing record need since the first of the year, and now with the newly enacted budget cuts the need is going to grow. Director Rhonda Chaffin says the reason for the need is simple... Chaffin says along with more people needing food they are having trouble getting some popular foods are not being acquired by the food bank since the prices have gotten too high to buy things like peanut butter. (CC)

Monday, April 20, 2015

  • DNA Analysis Used by Kingsport Police to Track Down Pharmacy Burglary Suspect
  • New Murder Charge Cause to Push Back Kingsport Man's Already Scheduled Murder Trial
  • Sullivan Commissioners Approve Sheriff''s Vehicle Lease-Purchase Agreement
  • Chilhowie Man Sent to Prison for Distributing Meth
  • Man Pleads Guilty in Large Abingdon Area Meth Ring
  • Johnson City Man Charged in Jury Tampering Due in Court Later in the Week
  • Alpha Stock at Deficiency Level
  • Tennessee Lawmakers to Consider New Drivers License Renewal Change
  • Eight Injured in Three-Car Crash in Russell County, VA
  • Jury Convicts Wise County Man For Trying to Build Explosives to Use to Find Silver Mine
  • Sullivan County Voter Registration Deadline is Today
  • Sheriff's Cars May Come Up for Vote at Today's Sullivan County Commission Meeting
  • Elizabethton Mayor Hopes to Ward Off Water/Sewer Rate Increase
  • Mayor's Candidate Forum Set in Kingsport
  • TSSAA Implementing New Practice Rules for Football
  • Special Inspection Conducted After Suspicious Death at Abingdon Nursing Home



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