Thursday, September 12, 2013

FEMA Helps Provide Smoke Alarms
On the heels of another fatal fire in Kingsport, the fire department has some good news that they hope will keep another tragedy from happening. FEMA will give 1,000 dual sensor smoke alarms with lithium batteries that last up to ten years to the Kingsport Fire Department from their Assistance to Firefighters Fire Prevention Grant. They will also be able to distribute 100 hearing impaired alarms to qualified residents. To find out more about the program, or to see if you qualify, contact the Kingsport Fire Department.

Tuesday, December 01, 2015

  • Roads Close as Upgrades Continue in Downtown Johnson City
  • Governor Haslam Begins Budget Process
  • Hawkins County Parents Request Information About School's Future
  • Bristol Man Facing Drug Charges
  • Former Bristol, TN Head Shop, Adult Video Store Owner Gets Two Years in Prison
  • No Motion to Remove Judge for BVU Pomrenke Trial
  • Four Including Ringleader Sentenced to Prison for Abingdon Based Meth Conspiracy
  • Kilgore to Seek Thomas Jefferson Scenic Byway at General Assembly
  • Jurors Resume Deliberations in Mine Disaster Trial
  • Police: Man Lied in Hawkins County Domestic Case
  • TN Forestry Officials Claim Arson Charred Over 40 Acres
  • VDOT Begins Bridge Replacement Project in Russell County
  • National Weather Service Issues Flood Watch Through Tomorrow

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