Tuesday, July 23, 2013

ETSU Faces Budget Shortfall
Enrollment is down at ETSU, meaning a budget shortfall, but President Brian Noland says the university will continue to grow. Nolan says there has been a 3-percent decline in the numbers of students, which has resulted in a budget that is 3.7-million dollars below expectations. Noland wants to make short term moves that will have long term implications, rather than just resorting to cuts. He is asking departments to trim 1.5-percent and is instituting a hiring freeze. Cellphone allowances for staff who make more than 50-thousand dollars are being eliminated and vehicles will be replaced less often. That will make up much of the shortfall. (SH)

Thursday, August 27, 2015

  • Three Men Indicted, Bringing Total to Four in Arson Case in Hawkins County
  • Tennessee Prison System to Undergo Independent Review
  • Special Funding Used to Help Construct New Housing in Kingsport
  • Ruling Could Impact Bristol Cop Killer on Death Row
  • Roan Mountain Man Charged with Kidnapping, Aggravated Assault
  • Tri-Cities Airport Wins Award for Financial Reporting
  • Moment of Silence for Slain Journalists before Governor Opens Address on Virginia Economy
  • Reports: Woman Flees from Burning Building in Saltville
  • Bristol Man Arrested for Arizona Murder 37 Years Ago
  • Accused Dog Abuser Has Trial Delayed Several Months
  • TVA and TWRA to Begin Vegetation Planting Around Boone Lake
  • Police Identify Victim of Bluff City Mowing Accident
  • Future Uncertain For Greene Valley Developmental Center Site
  • Five Schools in the Tri-Cities Area Exceed State Average in ACT Test Scores
  • Carter County Tomorrow Prepares for Legal Fight With County, Hires Lawyer and Allocates $40K
  • Johnson City Woman Hospitalized After an Attack at Her Home
  • Neighborhood Market Hiring 95 Employees in Kingsport



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