Monday, April 21, 2014

Sullivan Co. Jail Moves to "Video Visitation"
In a move to save money and manpower, the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office is embracing technology. The facility will no longer allow face-to-face visitation with inmates - citing the need for corrections officers having to use too much time transporting inmates to and from the visiting area. Now, if you want to talk with a loved one in the jail, you’ll have to do it over the Internet on something they’re calling “video visitation”. The new service will cost $5 for a 20 minute video chat.

Monday, December 22, 2014

  • Two Men Accused by Kingsport Police of Stealing Five Vehicles Off of Bloomingdale Lot
  • USDA Grant to Help More SWVirginia Schools Get Fresh From the Farm Produce
  • Virginia's "Mature" Drivers Will be Impacted by New Law
  • Johnson City Flood Prevention Steps to Save some Homeowners Money
  • Virginia Ranked 4th Roughest State on Speeders
  • Greeneville Man Arrested in Connection With Two Infant Deaths
  • Charges Dropped Against Convicted Doctor and Wife
  • Sobriety Checkpoint Nets Two Arrests in Kingsport



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