Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Capital Improvement Projects Could Be on Hold
The Washington County, TN budget committee will meet again tomorrow to discuss their options after a tight vote by commissioners. Mayor Dan Eldridge proposed $10 million in capital improvement projects including replacing the county’s asphalt plant and over 20 others, but commissioners said no. Mayor Eldridge says the county should act now while interest rates are so low. The vote was 13 to 12.

Friday, March 27, 2015

  • 'Insure TN' Has a Faint Pulse in TN Senate, Goes for Another Committee Vote
  • Special Prosecutor, Judge Appointed for Former Kingsport Alderman Facing Sex Charges
  • Investigation of Bristol Virginia Utilities Ongoing, Prosecutor Mum About More Arrests
  • Former Longtime Superintendent of Bristol Children's Home Denied Judicial Diversion
  • McAuliffe Promises over a Dozen Vetoes, Including Tebow Bill
  • Forbes In as Head Men's BBall Coach at ETSU, Tyndall Out at UT
  • Intoxicated Man Caught Committing Multiple Crimes in Johnson City
  • Sullivan County Leaders Begin Budget Process
  • Bristol Virginia Utilities Officials React to Kick Back Scheme Uncovered by Feds
  • Update: Suspect in CVS Pharmacy Armed Robbery in Kingsport Captured
  • A Woman Sitting in a Parked Car Killed in Lebanon VA
  • Two Former BVU Executives Plead Guilty to Kickback Scheme in Federal Court
  • Elizabethon Man ID'd as Subject in Kingsport Armed Robbery at CVS
  • Woman in Johnson City Booked on 13 Counts of Burglary and Theft
  • Two Arrests Made in Case of Auto Burglaries in Elizabethton
  • Fatal 2014 Motorcycle and Car Collision Investigation Ends
  • Five Mobile Meth Labs Found in Pound, VA
  • Shooting in Big Stone Gap, Man Charged with Second-Degree Murder



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