Friday, March 29, 2013

Center to help male inmates
A portion of an 800-thousand dollar crime reduction grant for Johnson City will be helping male inmates combat going back to jail by helping give then the tools to break the cycle. A day reporting center will start operating in July. The plan is for fifteen men to go through the program. It will be three phases, one with conseling, community service, and then the men will have the rest of the program tailored to their individual needs. Each participant will be in the program from nine to twelve months. Counselors from Frontier Health will offer a number of treatment services to help the men. They are hoping by giving the men the tools needed they can start on a new path that does not involve the cycle of continued returns to jail. (CC)

Thursday, July 30, 2015

  • Carter County Teacher Charged in Arson Case Loses Job
  • Police: Johnson City Walmart Cashier Helps Others Steal
  • Tennessee Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey "Shocked" at TVA Plan to Fix Boone Dam
  • TVA: Hardships to Business, Property Owners But Boone Dam Repair Is Not a "Quick Fix"
  • Boone Lake Property Association: Five to Seven Years to Fix Dam "More Than Devastating"
  • Police: "Secret Service" Terrorist Killer From Hawkins County Demands Cash for Services at Local Bank
  • TVA: Five to Seven Years to Repair Boone Dam, $200 to $300 million Cost
  • Wanted Hawkins County Teen Arrested After Police Alerted to His Facebook Updates
  • Teen Accused in July 2014 Murder Will Have Other Charges Tried First in Carter County
  • Clark Informs Judge He Plans to Seek Death Penalty in Azotea Case
  • Jeep Rollover In Lebanon Takes Woman's Life
  • Rogersville Man Caught By Police After Posting Pictures Online
  • Two People Arrested for Overnight Triple Stabbing
  • Call for Cleaning House at BVU Falls on Deaf Ears
  • Ball Corporation Closing Bristol, VA Packaging Plant, 230 Jobs Lost
  • Beer, Wine Sales to Begin in Luxury Seating at Lane Stadium at Virginia Tech
  • Indicted Kingsport Pharmacy Robber Due in Federal Court Aug. 12
  • BVU Opposes Shyster's Payment Plan
  • Joint "Branding" Study Tabled for Second Time in Bristol, Virginia
  • Bristol, Virginia School Board to Discuss Vacancy for Elected Position
  • Hawkins County Motorcycle Rider Hits Triple-Digit Speed in Chase
  • Retired Ohio Teacher Charged in SW Virginia For Soliciting a Child Over the Internet
  • New Licensing Law Will Have Bristol Motor Speedway, Dragway Getting Operating License in Blountville
  • Blountville Man Indicted for Sexually Abusing a Dog
  • Hawkins County Man Arrested For Attempted Bank Robbery



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