Friday, November 01, 2013

Women Claim Kingsport Leaders Are Breaking the Law
The Kingsport Board of Education and the Sullivan County Board of Education have been dismissed from a lawsuit, but Kingsport’s mayor and aldermen may still be on the hook. Two Kingsport women fear the educators and the city leaders broke the Sunshine Law. Angie Stanley and Monica Comsa were curious about school consolidations and messaged Vice Mayor Tom Parham on Facebook to ask about upcoming meetings. Parham wrote back and said a leadership team, involving school board members from both the city and county, the mayor and city manager were getting together to discuss the issues. Stanley and Comsa say this is a violation of Tennessee’s open meetings law. The defense says no laws were broken because no decisions were made and no policies were changed during these meetings.

Saturday, May 23, 2015

  • THP Releases Name of Rogersville Woman Killed in Friday Crash on Route 66
  • ATV Crash in Ohio Claims Kingsport Teen
  • Layoffs by Alpha Natural Resources Reach 500 In Past Two Weeks With Purge in WVa.
  • Sullivan County Board to Hire Interim Director of Schools June 1
  • Bristol Teen Dies Following May 9 Crash in Washington County VA
  • Accused Carter County Killer Picks Up New Charge: Coercion of Witness
  • Avery Co NC Sheriff Said Car Involved in Fatal Police Pursuit in Carter County Was Stolen
  • Young Trio Admits to Shoplifting from Johnson City Business
  • Watauga Man Charged With Embezzeling From Johnson City Water and Sewer Department



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