Friday, May 10, 2013

Methadone Clinic Hearing
Even though a resolution opposing the need for a Johnson City methadone clinic was unanimously approved by the Washington County Commission, the Tennessee Health Services and Development Agency will still hold a public hearing on the matter later this month. Tri-Cities Holding, LLC wishes to open the clinic on Wesley Court in Johnson City after research showed hundreds of people in our area need opiate-addiction treatment. The meeting will be at the Johnson City Public Library on May 28th at 5 p.m. Currently the closest methadone clinics are in Asheville and Knoxville. (JH)

Friday, April 24, 2015

  • Bond Revoked on Sullivan County Woman Charged with Poisoning and Shooting Husband
  • Federal Judge Fines Washington County, TN Farmer for Using Outlawed Chemical
  • UPDATE: Another Bomb Threat in Kingsport, Another Two Juveniles Arrested
  • Finalist for Unicoi County Director of Schools Position Offered Contract by Greeneville City Schools
  • Sullivan County DA Going to Court Seeking Bond Revocation of Woman Charged in Attempts to Kill Husband
  • With Criminal Investigation Ongoing, BVU Cutting General Legal Counsel to Part Time Work
  • Despite Reservations, Haslam Signs Bill Allowing Guns in TN Parks
  • Kingsport Senior Citizen Arrested for Selling Pain Killers Obtained Through TennCare
  • Johnson City Man Charged After Trying to Rip Off Elderly Couple
  • Three Bomb Threats in Two Days at John Sevier Middle Leads to Three Juvenile Arrests
  • UPDATE: Bond Denied for Double Homicide Suspect in Carter County
  • Bluff City's Speed Cameras Just Renewed for Five Years; Law To Ban Them Won't Impact Contract
  • Murder Suspect in Wise County Granted Bond
  • Confessed Meth Ring Members Appear in Abingdon's Federal Court
  • Rash of Burglaries, Thefts Reported in Bristol, Virginia
  • Johnson City Man Arrested & Charged After Remains of Missing Sullivan County Couple Found on His Carter County Property
  • Two Youths Charged With Felonies After Consecutive Bomb Threats at Kingsport Middle Schools
  • Smyth County Man Killed From Injuries Sustained in Motorcycle Crash
  • Families Up Reward Amount for Tips on Double Homicide/Fire in Greeneville Last March
  • Roan Mountain Woman Booked on 32 Charges Including Identity Theft
  • Kingsport Detectives Solved Armed Robbery From December



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