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)

Wednesday, July 01, 2015

  • "Please Don't Tell My Wife What I Did to Her Car" : Jonesborough Man Crashes Car Into Bay in Panama City, FL
  • Bristol VA Takes Record for Largest Pineapple Display
  • Abingdon Man Charged with 11 Felonies as 12 Cars Burned in Martinsville
  • Former Bristol Library Foundation Director Waives Preliminary Hearing
  • Kingsport Woman Goes to Prison for Nine Years for Drug Dealing
  • New Tennessee Law: Fine Going Up for Uninsured Drivers
  • JC Police Plan "Strict Enforcement" of Fireworks Ban
  • Johnson City Man Sent to Prison for 10 Years for Crack Cocaine Selling
  • Kingsport Police Looking for Suspect in Debit Card Number Theft
  • Sullivan County Police Looking For Stolen Truck
  • Hawkins County Man Told Police He Would Kill His Girlfriend Unless They Took Him To Jail
  • Tennessee Highway Patrol Increasing Presence During 4th Of July Weekend



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