Tuesday, October 08, 2013

Bristol VA Schools Get Energy Money
A loan from the Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals, and Energy is going to allow work on Bristol schools to help make them more energy efficient. The school board has a contract with Indiana based Energy Systems Group to install energy efficient windows, heating boilers, computer controlled thermostats, and other improvements. Most of the work will be concentrated at Virginia High School, but some of the other schools will also see improvements. The cost of the project is 3.3-million dollars but the board says they are expecting about 2.5 million dollars in energy savings and almost 200-thousand in savings from maintenance over 15-years. (CC)

Thursday, May 28, 2015

  • Scott County, VA Man Captured After Police Said He Kidnapped, Assaulted Former Girlfriend
  • Latest ETSU Report Shows Minimal Growth in Tri-Cities Job Market
  • Convicted Killer of Wise County Native and Virginia Beach Pharmacist Gets Life Plus 48 Years
  • Washington County BOE Approves Plan to Build New School
  • Kingsport Police Charge 12-Year-Old in Stabbing
  • Possible Methadone Clinic in Carter County That Sought No Formal License Shut Down
  • Big Stone Gap Named Top Town in Virginia to Raise a Family by National Agency
  • Bluff City's Newly-Elected Aldermen Shift Power from City Manager-Recorder to Mayor
  • Police Said Abingdon Man Runs Stop Sign, Throws Baggie With Crystal Meth Out Window
  • Murder Trial Begins in Dickenson County, VA
  • Johnson City Man Arrested after Domestic Violence and Police Stand Off
  • Greeneville Police: Woman Holding Infant Chased Around Home By Man With Knife
  • Bristol, VA City Leaders for Closed Session Concerning Economic Development



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