Monday, July 01, 2013

Student Loan rates
Students at area colleges and universities that borrow money to attend school, will be paying back a lot more money since congress to no action to protect students loan rates. Loan rates rose to 6.8 percent interest on Monday for students at both public and private institutions. This is paired with the rise in tuition rates voted on by the Tennessee Board of Regents in June. A bill has passed the hose linking loan rates to financial markets, a bill through the senate was not passed for procedural reasons. The legislators could take another look at the rates after they return from the July 4th holiday. (CC)

Monday, June 29, 2015

  • Two Counts of Theft for Kingsport Woman Who Bought One Vehicle With Bad Check, Drove Off in the Other
  • Abingdon Murder Suspect Makes First Appearance in Court in Arkansas
  • Church Van Stolen from Double Springs Baptist Campus on Rock Springs Rd.
  • State Bar Revokes License of Lawyer Who Admits Stealing from Firm
  • Bowerbank, EMATS Plead Not Guilty to Social Security Disability Fraud
  • New Human Trafficking Laws In Tennessee Effective July 1st
  • Elizabethton School Leaders Looking for Over $367,000 to Build New Band Room at Citizens Bank Stadium
  • Bristol, TN Abortion Clinic Remains Open After Federal Judge Grants Injunction
  • Congressman Roe to Hold Town Hall Meeting Tonight
  • Fort Henry Drive Project Picks Back Up in Kingsport
  • The Search Continues for Missing Surgoinsville Teen
  • TN Lawmakers Plan to Intro 'Pastor Protection Act' in Lieu of Same-Sex Marriage Decision



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