On Dec. 5, Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office deputies conducted a welfare check at a Harrington Hollow Road residence, where they found an adult woman’s body in the house.
Shima and Noshi, the parents of two recently-hatched eaglets, kept a close watch on their new family Tuesday, as millions of people behind computer screens watched them and awaited their third hatchling.
With most of the regular season in the books, area basketball fans have a gauge for what the district tournaments will look like.
A Bluff City man accused of bludgeoning his roommate to death with a rock, garden hoe and sink pedestal this past summer has been indicted, with court documents saying he was angry over the victim providing meth to a woman.
A Sullivan County commissioner, a Bluff City alderman and another person have been charged with violating election law, according to a press release. Police report that the alderman has also been arrested and charged with assault in an unrelated situation.
The nearly 20-year-old bridge is closed indefinitely due to a 20-foot gap in the walking deck of the 350-foot span.
Wind damage resulting from a June storm forced Sullivan County highway officials to indefinitely close the Bluff City Swinging Bridge across the South Fork of the Holston River.
With the school year inching closer for districts across the region, tens of thousands of students and parents are getting ready for the first day of school.
When children are looking to turn things around in life, it is important for them to have the support of a friend and mentor.
Sullivan County District Attorney General Barry Staubus requested the TBI investigation after receiving information on possible election irregularities during the May election.
BLOUNTVILLE — According to unofficial results posted by the Sullivan County Election Commission, with all precincts reporting, Bluff City and Bristol incumbents have fended off challengers in each city’s elections on Tuesday.
On multiple occasions over the past couple of years, Bluff City's sewage system has overflowed, running through homeowners' properties and into Boone Lake. Multiple property owners have claimed their homes have been damaged to varying degrees.
For nearly two years, the Town of Bluff City has been marred by sewer leakages and inoperative storm water drains ultimately resulting in state fines, civil lawsuits and disgruntled residents.
Bluff City residents Carol Keith and Kimberly Arrowood were looking for help holding Bluff City’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen accountable after sewage leaks and allegations of racial intimidation in the town.
Bluff City has been fined $25,760 by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation for discharging 15,000 gallons of sewage into Boone Lake.