Monday, July 07, 2014

VA Gets Federal Bonus for Food Stamp Program
Virginia is getting a federal bonus for its performance using the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Governor Terry McAuliffe said the Department of Social Services is getting $1.7 million. The Commonwealth was recognized for have the lowest payment error rate in the country. Last fiscal year, Virginia issued $1.4 billion in benefits to more than 908,000 Virginians who use the SNAP program. Officials say the funds will be used to continue to enhance program performance, bolster training and automation and streamline local administration of the program.

Tuesday, October 06, 2015

  • Sullivan County Investigators Develop Suspects in Cigarette Burglaries
  • AAA Predicts Gas Prices Will Not Stay Up Long
  • Johnson City Walgreens Robbery Under Investigation
  • Extradition Hearing Set for Jonesborough Triple Murder Suspect
  • 9 Year Prison Sentence Given to Sullivan County Distributor of Illicit Synthetic Stimulant
  • Hawkins Co Man Indicted on Incest, 17 Other Sex-Related Crimes
  • Smyth Authorities Join Search for Missing Camper
  • Erwin Man Sentenced to 2 Years in Federal Prison for Possession on Stolen Gun
  • Special Judge Assigned for Kingsport Vehicular Homicide Trial
  • SW Virginia Man Arrested, Charged with Vandalizing Hawkins County Police Cruiser
  • BAE Systems, U.S. Army Must Rid Holston River of Explosive Compound by 2020

    SuperTalk 92.9 WFHG is a Bristol Broadcasting Company Station
    © Bristol Broadcasting Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved.