Thursday, May 16, 2013

Elizabethton Leaders Discuss New Athletic Complex
Elizabethton City Council had a work session yesterday to discuss a new athletic complex for Elizabethton High School. The complex would include a new football stadium, baseball and softball fields and a regulation-size track. City leaders talked about borrowing as much as $7.1 million for the project. Doing so would require the city to commit a half percent of sales tax revenue to the school system through the year 2033 in order to pay it off. Mayor Curt Alexander tasked the architect in the project to look for ways to economize the development. (JH)

Thursday, July 31, 2014

  • Johnson City Man Accused of Using Worthless Checks to Buy $20,000 in Gold
  • Police Take Custody of Puppy from Hot Car in Kingsport
  • Sheriff: Insurance Agent Cashed Out Client's Policy
  • Man Arrested for Rape in Elizabethton
  • Kingsport Police Look for Phone Store Thieves
  • Mayor Budget Veto Overridden by Carter County Commission
  • BVU Board Sets Special Meet on CEO Hiring
  • Accused Bristol Robbers Make First Court Appearances
  • Grand Jury: Insufficient Evidence for Criminal Charges against Bluff City Denture Clinic Doctor
  • Grand Jury: Insufficient Evidence for Criminal Charges against Bluff City Denture Clinic Doctor
  • Woman Already Banned From Store Caught Stealing Again
  • Washington County, VA Leaders Revisit Fracking Issue
  • Carter County Leaders Call for Special Budget Session
  • Virginia Tuition Goes Up for Upcoming School Year
  • Johnson City Woman Accused of Stealing Doctor's Pad to get Prescriptions
  • Wellmont Narrows Potential Merger Partners to Three
  • Court Records Reveal Criminal Past of Man Wanted for Kingsport Shootings
  • New Charge Delays Preliminary Hearing for Woman Charged with Stabbing Husband for "Worshipping" NASCAR
  • Tennessee Supreme Court Chief Justice Gary Wade Campaigns in Sullivan County
  • Smyth County Drug Bust
  • Second Country Boy Robber Arrested



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