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)

Saturday, October 10, 2015

  • Investigation Underway After Plane Crashes into Buffalo Mountain in Unicoi County
  • Former Abingdon Assistant Town Manager Sent to Federal Prison for Two Years
  • ETSU Pharmacy School Leadership Change in the Works
  • Court Records: Kingsport Woman Collected Over $61,000 of Her Deceased Mother's Pension
  • Congressman Griffith: Stay of EPA Regs Too Late to Help Southwest Virginia Coal-Fired Plants
  • Kingsport Man Arrested for Drugs, Gun, Resisting in Bristol
  • Former State Senate Candidate From Hawkins County Announces Run For Representative Seat
  • Stars of "Big Stone Gap" Returning to SW Virginia This Weekend as Town Takes a Victory Lap
  • Two Bristol Men Arrested for Meth
  • U.S. Forest Service Deems Dam at Bark Camp Lake Hazardous
  • Federal Prison in Lee County on Soft Lockdown Following Assault of Warden
  • Greene County Jail Trustee Charged in Escape Attempt

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