Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Grants Help Get Fresh Food
Grants awarded to the Appalachian Sustainable Development will allow local people access to fresh foods. A 33-thousand dollar innovation and conservation grant is going to be used for a strip-tilling vegetables initiative. This allows for boosting organic matter into the soil. The group also received a 50-thousand dollar grant from the Newman’s Own Foundation which they will use to further the agency’s goal to increase the consumption of fresh foods in areas identified as food deserts. The grant will be focused on Dickenson, Lee, and Buchanan Counties where it will be used to help the citizens learn how to grow, preserve, and market their own food. (CC)

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

  • Johnson City Woman Accused of Stealing Doctor's Pad to get Prescriptions
  • Wellmont Narrows Potential Merger Partners to Three
  • Court Records Reveal Criminal Past of Man Wanted for Kingsport Shootings
  • New Charge Delays Preliminary Hearing for Woman Charged with Stabbing Husband for "Worshipping" NASCAR
  • Tennessee Supreme Court Chief Justice Gary Wade Campaigns in Sullivan County
  • Smyth County Drug Bust
  • Second Country Boy Robber Arrested
  • Sullivan County Home Burglary Arrest
  • Sycamore Street Closure
  • Drunk and Disorderly Conduct Arrest in Johnson City
  • Car Theft Arrest in Johnson City
  • Woman Who Stabbed "NASCAR Worshipping" Husband Due in Court Today
  • Motorcycle Driver Seriously Injured after Johnson City Crash
  • Downtown Bristol Sessions Hotel Update
  • Abingdon Hit and Run
  • Bristol, VA Police Search for 2nd Robber
  • Jonesborough Pair Charged in Theft
  • New and Increased Taxes Delayed in Bristol, Virginia
  • Two Shot, One Dead and Kingsport Police Hunt for Suspect



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