Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Pay Your Taxes or Go to Court
Amid budget problems in Sullivan County, leaders are getting serious about unpaid taxes. If you own property in the county and haven’t paid the 2011 property taxes, you could be taken to court. Officials say there about 1,600 unpaid tax bills in the county and if they’re not paid by April 1st, the Sullivan County Chancery Court will take over. Unpaid taxes could result in higher penalties, court costs, potential attorney’s fees and eventually loss of property.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

  • Opposition to Beer Ordinance change
  • Man Charged in Kingsport Murder, Attempted Murder Makes First Court Appearance
  • Seniors Can Sign Up Saturday for Tennessee's Free College Program
  • Shootings Ruled Murder-Suicide
  • Elizabethton Man Sent to Prison for 15 Years for Crack Cocaine Distribution
  • Parole Denied in Sullivan County Double Murder
  • Convicts captured at Wal Mart
  • Underage Drinking arrest in Abingdon
  • TDOT Safety Grants
  • Accredited schools in Virginia decline again
  • Johnson City Man Tries To Steal Vehicles From Car Lot
  • Closed Bristol College Plans Yard Sale For This Weekend
  • Eastman Tests Emergency Preparedness System
  • Former Car Salesman Sentenced to 14 Years in Prison
  • ETSU Football Players Take the Field for First Practice
  • Sullivan Highway Worker Lawsuit Settlement Approved by County Commission
  • Wellmont Names Interim CEO
  • Emergency Radio System Approved by Sullivan Commissioners
  • Work will Disrupt Water Service in Jonesborough
  • Jeff Byrd Indoor Playground Dedication at Bristol YMCA
  • Local Residents to Speak in Richmond on Medicaid Expansion
  • Council to Discuss Beer sales in Bristol, TN Movie Theaters
  • Amend the Rave Act



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