Tuesday, April 09, 2013

Tennessee's Oldest Wi-Fi?
Jonesborough leaders say it should be 4 to 6 weeks and they will wired up with Wi-Fi in the Old Town to better handle tourism in that area. There was only one objection on the Board of Mayor and Aldermen to the $8000 contract with Century Link. Mayor Kelly Wolfe favors the newest technology for Tennessee's oldest town.He says the Wi-Fi connection availability has become the standard in many tourist attractions in this country and makes for a better experience for the visitor with information easily obtained by vacationers from the web. Designs for sidewalk expansions and improving three of the town's busiest intersections also received board of Mayor and Ald. approval.(CS)

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

  • Attempted Murder Trial in Russell County Moved to April
  • Juvenile Arrested in Rash of Tire Slashings in Gray Community
  • Chafin is Co-Patron of Bills to Help People Get Jobs and Freeze College Costs
  • Andis Enters Race for Washington County, Virginia Sheriff
  • Young Greeneville Man Dies in Early Morning Crash
  • Two Charged in Bristol, VA Meth Bust
  • Bristol Woman Charged with Illicit Sales of Narcotic Pain Killer
  • Goodson Kinderhook Fire Department Reported in Dire Financial Need
  • Distributing Crack Cocaine in Johnson City Nets a Man 10 Years in Prison
  • Construction Biz Owner Helping Commonwealth in Cumberland Plateau Scandal Case
  • Johnson City Man Goes to Prison for Cooking and Distributing Meth
  • McDonnell to Remain Free as He Appeals Corruption Prison Sentence
  • Man Sentenced to Five Years in Federal Prison for Running "Crack House" in Kingsport
  • Rate Going Way Up for Bristol, Virginia Cable TV Subscribers
  • Man Accused of Stealing Medical Donation Jar Now Faces Car Theft
  • ETSU Group Gets Funding for Sex Week Activities
  • TDH, CDC Report Flu Cases Going Down in Tri-Cities



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