Tuesday, November 05, 2013

Traditional Carousel Project One Step Closer to Reality
A project already six years in the making is one step closer to reality. Thanks to a promise from Kingsport city leaders, a traditional carousel will be housed next to a small city park.. In order to keep that promise, the city had to purchase a portion of land from Food City. Officials tell us the city and the grocery chain reached an agreement yesterday. The group Engage Kingsport has been working to complete the 32 hand-carved wooden animals and chariots that will sit in a 70-foot roundhouse next to the Kingsport Farmers Market. For more information on the carousel project, you can visit http://engagekingsport.com/our-programs/kingsport-carousel.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

  • BVU Authority interim CEO and President Mike Bundy resigns
  • Hawkins County Tax Rate Going Up
  • Murder Case Dismissed in Johnson City
  • District Attorney Will Not Pursue Charges against Ramsey
  • Senator Alexander Promotes Financial Aid Bill in Blountville
  • Haslam Calls for Spending Cuts for All State Agencies
  • Fatal Shooting Under Investigation in Pound, VA
  • Zoning Dispute Prompts Large Lawsuit Against Sullivan Co.
  • Arraignment Set for Elderly Man Accused in Child Porn Case
  • Wellmont MergerTalks; ETSU & Eastman Weigh In
  • Citizens Petition Court to Stop Nitrogen Pipeline
  • Bulls Gap Teacher Accused of Intoxication at School
  • Sullivan Highway Workers Accept Settlement
  • Woman Charged with Starving 2-month-old Puppy
  • Jonesborough Man Sentenced on Firearm Trafficking Charges
  • Elizabethton Cousins Sentenced on Firearm Charges
  • Bristol, TN Planning to Ban eCigs in City Buildings
  • Kingsport Couple Charged in Armed Robbery



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