Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Hubbard Says Bristol, Virginia Citizens Can Afford Tax Increase
Archie Hubbard, new city councilman in Bristol Virginia, goes public with a revised financial plan for the city, saying the owner of median range $75,000 home, would pay about $20 more a year, and help the city avoid short term borrowing to pay its bills. Hubbard proposes to raise the property tax rate 6 cents and eliminate a garbage collection fee, plus cut back on the new entertainment tax and an increase in the cigarette tax. Heís argues citizens can afford it. ďItís not that expensive, thatís why I wanted to show people the math,Ē Hubbard said.Except for Mayor Catherine Brillhart, other council members supported at least pushing it forward to a public hearing Aug. 18th.

Thursday, December 18, 2014

  • Man Falls to his Death From Cell Phone Tower in Greeneville
  • Domestic Episode in Johnson City Turns Into Standoff
  • Bristol Wins Designation as "Virginia Enterprise Zone"
  • Man Wanted in Bristol for Assaulting Officers Arrested in Florida
  • Greene County Police Investigating Shooting at Greeneville Apartments
  • Mother of Battered Child Takes Witness Stand in Jonesborough
  • Changes Coming for Virginia's Standards of Learning
  • Police Searching for Man Who Chased Estranged Wife From Blountville to Kingsport
  • Johnson City to Raise Hotel/Motel Tax, Against Property Tax
  • Cravens Arrested Again Before Johnson City Child Neglect Trial
  • Johnson City Man in Critical Condition After Serious Crash
  • Woman Arrested After Running From Johnson City Traffic Stop
  • Greeneville PD Detective Has "No Idea" What Caused Deaths of Two Infants Wednesday Morning
  • Kingsport Man Arrested As Six Month Old Child Suffers From "Shaken Baby Syndrome"
  • Suspect Caught in Russell County Shooting
  • Kidnapper on The Run in Kingsport After Trying to Snatch 13-month-old Son
  • Surveillance Video Revealing in Gate City Liquor Store Robbery
  • Two Arrested in Meth Bust at Bristol, Tennessee's Village Square Apartments
  • Bristol, Virginia City Council Meets Behind Closed Doors Concerning "Business Prospect"
  • Governor McAuliffe to Increase Budget
  • Car Stolen Out of Washington State Crashes in Abingdon, Suspects on the Run
  • Scott County Lawmakers Looking at a Site Outside of Gate City for New Animal Shelter
  • Johnson City Man Charged for Burglarizing Apartments in His Complex
  • Bulls Gap Man Charged for 2012 Rogersville Fire



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