Monday, July 22, 2013

Carter County mayor says no to property tax increase
Carter County’s mayor has vetoed a proposed property tax increase, but says a wheel tax is possible. Mayor Leon Humphrey said he is not opposed to a tax increase, but he does not want a major increase when it comes to property taxes. He says the commission will evaluate other ways to balance the budget.(gw)

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

  • Man Arrested in Church Hill For Marijuana Possession and Stolen Car
  • A Hampton Man is Arrested in Johnson City for Selling Drugs
  • A Man is Arrested After JCPD Find Thousands of Under Ex-Wife's Name
  • Kingsport Woman Arrested for Selling Drugs She Obtained From TennCare
  • SWVA Mother Pleads Guilty After Child Injests Meth
  • Gas Prices Continue to Drop As We Approach Labor Day
  • Kingsport Authorities Investigate a Vehicle Burglary
  • Pretrial Diversion Granted for Hampton Teacher Accused of Theft
  • Sullivan County Considers Highway Dept. Settlement
  • Bacterial Meningitis Case Confirmed at ETSU
  • Bristol Virginia City Council Gives Final Approval to Tax Increase
  • Months after Police Kill Unarmed Bristol Man, Grand Jury Rules Killing was Justified
  • Bristol Woman Indicted for Embezzling from Elderly Woman
  • Erwin Man Murdered in Colorado
  • Planning Commissioner Speaks Out on Natural Gas Drilling Proposed in Washington County, Virginia
  • Police Seek Man Who Escapes in Gate City
  • Norton Man Involved in Shooting, Assault, Remains Critical
  • Johnson City Police Officer Accused of Assault; Remains on Duty
  • Man who Escaped in Handcuffs in Damascus Captured



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