“We had one area they were concentrated in, and it looked like something you’d see in a movie,” Marie Rice, the president of Friends of Rocky Fork State Park, said.
When East Tennessee State University’s incoming police chief walked into the lobby at Burgin Dossett Hall Wednesday afternoon, her blue and gold attire made a statement — she’s already an ETSU Buccaneer.
It’s a venture nearly three years in the making, and the smile on Allied Dispatch Solutions CEO Anthony Royer’s face conveyed it all.
The scammers are using names of actual Washington County Sheriff’s Office employees.
A city woman who gave a false identity during a medical call is behind bars on drug and identity theft charges, police said in a news release.
MedicOne Medical Response, which spent much of the past three years out of compliance its contract with Unicoi County, was the only bidder on the county’s recent request for new contract proposals.
A Johnson City woman who skimmed more than $1 million from Greater Eastern Credit Union where she worked as an executive pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Greeneville Wednesday to embezzlement and tax evasion.
Residents in the Tri-Cities can expect temperatures to remain in the mid-80s to low-90s for the next 10 days, with no day’s humidity below 61 percent.
EMS Director Dan Wheeler asked the county’s Budget Committee earlier this month to add $105,000 in the new budget to cover a 3 percent pay hike for paramedics and emergency medical technicians. He repeated that request to committee members at Wednesday’s public hearing on the a general fund budget, which contains $1 million less in spending than the current fiscal year.
Extra happenings in your community as of June 20.
Bowing to pressure from anxious allies, President Donald Trump signed an executive order Wednesday ending the process of separating children from families after they are detained crossing the U.S. border illegally.
Large-scale TNReady issues that Tennessee officials feared was an apparent cyber attack this spring instead originated with an unauthorized change the state's vendor made to its systems.
It’s unclear whether the president is supportive of the measure. But Nielsen was on her way to the White House to discuss it with the president’s team, according to one of the people.
ETSU president Brian Noland and Ballad Health Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Alan Levine have announced a partnership through which ETSU will apply to the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education to create a new fellowship program in addiction medicine. Ballad Health will fund any un-reimbursed costs of the fellowship program.
ELIZABETHTON — Tuesday was opening night for the Appalachian League and the Elizabethton Twins.