Thursday, August 29, 2013

Washington County Needs New Building
The building is over 100 years old and itís becoming hard to keep it up. This is the word from Washington County, Tennessee Authorities on the 9-1-1 center. After getting an estimate of over 300-thosuand dollars to fix the repairs needed to the facility right now, the group says they are now looking for a new place they could potentially call home. So far they havenít had any luck in the search for a new facility, but they say they will continue to look. Besides the major repairs need the group says they are also looking for a new facility because they have outgrown the space. (CC)

Wednesday, October 01, 2014

  • VPAP examines Virginia as a swing state
  • Sentencing Underway in Scott County for Man Charged with Murdering Jail Inmate
  • Grants Save Public Health Continuing Education Center at ETSU
  • Kingsport man threatens to kill dispatcher, spits on deputy
  • Former Jonesborough special ed teacher facing more assault charges
  • Bristol Women Busted for Meth Will Be in Court Today
  • ETSU Students Study Clinchfield Railroad
  • Habitual Motor Offender Sent Back to Jail
  • BVU Authority Interim CEO and President Mike Bundy Resigns
  • Hawkins County Tax Rate Going Up
  • Murder Case Dismissed in Johnson City
  • District Attorney Will Not Pursue Charges against Ramsey



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