Friday, November 01, 2013

230 Jobs Cut in Bristol
Difficulties in the coal market and another disappointing quarter of earnings will force Bristol based Alpha Natural Resources to cut 230 jobs. A spokesperson for the company says 130 of those jobs will involve laying off full time employees. The other cuts will come from eliminating already vacant positions within the company. The company has not released which positions or who will lose their jobs yet. They plan to notify employees within the next few weeks. Alpha Natural Resources has already cut around 3,000 jobs in the last year, but remains hopeful the market will turn around so they can begin hiring again.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

  • Traffic Stop in Downtown Johnson City Leads to Drug Bust
  • Bluff City Man is Arrested for Sexually Abusing an 11-year-old Boy
  • Johnson City Man Sentenced to 17 years in Prison in Child Porn case
  • Ralph Peer Jr., Son of Bristol Sessions Record Producer, Tours Bristol's Birthplace of Country Music Museum
  • Elizabethton Police Search Home, Finds Drugs and Arrests Two Men
  • Remote Area Medical Clinic in Lee Co. This Weekend
  • Sullivan County Commissioners Expected to Vote on Settlement
  • Students Collect Children's Coats for Annual Event



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