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, October 20, 2014

  • Man Gets Pulled over for His License Plate, Gets Arrested for Drugs
  • Two Russell County Men Die in Head on Collision
  • Johnson City Man's Victim Found Unconscious in the Middle of the Road
  • Federal Judge Denies Appeal of Hawkins County Woman Who Cashed Dead Family Members' Checks
  • Bristol TN Police receive Tennessee Top Honor
  • Wellmont allows doctors involved in final stages of merger pursuit
  • Congressmen Roe, Griffith Urge Travel Ban due to Ebola
  • Johnson City Approves Floodplain Buyout Program



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