Friday, April 05, 2013

Grocery Taxes Cut in TN
The Tennessee House has unanimously approved Gov. Bill Haslam's proposal to cut the state's sales tax on groceries. If approved by the Senate, the state's tax on groceries would drop by a quarter percentage point to 5 percent. Lawmakers last year enacted a cut of the same amount.

Friday, October 17, 2014

  • Police: Suspect Stole Debit Card Numbers, Charged over $2,700
  • Car Fire on I-26 near Eastern Star Road
  • New EPA Regulation to Raise Energy Costs up to a Half a Billion Dollars
  • Piney Flats Village to Have Historic Marker Dedication on Sunday
  • 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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