ELIZABETHTON —Things are changing at Sycamore Shoals. First it was John and Landon Carter building their fine home upstream on the Watauga and now the Taylors have built Sabine Hill above Buffalo Creek. The rough edges are certainly coming off
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ELIZABETHTON — The Elizabethton/Carter County Public Library has been awarded a digital literacy and broadband adoption grant. The Elizabethton library is one of 52 across the state to receive one of the grants.
Dallas Sarden, 25, was scheduled for trial beginning last week, but a witness who had a sudden medical emergency could not attend, and the case was postponed.
A Johnson City man charged in two November 2015 shootings — one that injured a woman and the other that killed a passenger inside a vehicle he’s accused of shooting at — was finally able to have a preliminary hearing Tuesday.
A Johnson City woman charged with killing her husband during a 2016 argument was scheduled for a plea deadline in Washington County Criminal Court, but the case was delayed because her defense attorney was involved in a different case in another county.
Flu and winter weather have brought donations to a crawl.
ELIZABETHTON — Two major fires broke out in Carter County over the past weekend.
Police have not released the accused boy’s name, and Italy police Chief Michael Taylor did not respond to a request for comment.
A 15-year-old student opened fire with a handgun inside his rural Kentucky high school Tuesday, killing two classmates, injuring 19 others and sending hundreds fleeing for safety.
The community is about 120 miles northwest of Nashville, Tennessee.
Alaska’s Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management said there have been no reports of damage, so far.
Citizens Bank has announced the promotion of Kevin Jessee to chief credit officer.
At three days, this week’s federal government shutdown was brief, but it was not the shortest in history, as some lasted just a few hours. Here are some shutdown facts:
NASHVILLE — A federal audit estimates Tennessee’s Medicaid program overpaid managed care organizations by $2.7 million over seven years for patients who were already dead.
The Erwin Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Monday authorized a request from Erwin Utilities for authorization of a $750,000 financing agreement for a water facilities project that will include the replacement of the town’s aging water tanks.