Thursday, September 12, 2013

Noise Complaints
It has been an ongoing feud between those living around the North Roan Street area and a nightclub. The neighbors say the noise from the Electric Cowboy is just too much to handle. Now, Johnson City officials are hoping to vote on a new ordinance that uses a measuring system to target certain types of low frequency noises that they say are commonplace with clubs, and venues that host music. Violating the new code will cost 50-dollars per citation. The city has passed the ordinance on its first reading; it must have three required readings before a change can be made to the ordinance. (CC)

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

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  • Distributing Crack Cocaine in Johnson City Nets a Man 10 Years in Prison
  • Construction Biz Owner Helping Commonwealth in Cumberland Plateau Scandal Case
  • Johnson City Man Goes to Prison for Cooking and Distributing Meth
  • McDonnell to Remain Free as He Appeals Corruption Prison Sentence
  • Man Sentenced to Five Years in Federal Prison for Running "Crack House" in Kingsport
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