Subscribers should expect increase in BVU bill -
BRISTOL, Va. — BVU Authority’s cable subscribers can soon expect to pay more for local broadcast TV programming, but a majority can view the new SEC Network at no extra charge.
Girls Inc. driver charged in Anderson Street accident -
BRISTOL, Tenn. — The woman driving a passenger van transporting 13 children from Girls Incorporated when it wrecked Monday was driving on a suspended license, police said.
Comprehensive plan received by county officials -
ABINGDON, Va. — The Washington County Planning Commission was presented a draft of the county’s comprehensive plan Monday night and members plan to hold several workshop meetings to discuss it.
Incumbent Anderson seeks another term as Sullivan County sheriff -
Sullivan County Sheriff Wayne Anderson is seeking another four years as he bids for the Aug. 7 election.
Bristol, much of SWVa. escape storms with minimal damage -
Despite some scary and rough thunderstorms Sunday, the Bristol area and much of Southwest Virginia escaped with minimal damage, but there were two confirmed tornadoes in the Tri-Cities area.
Man wanted on outstanding warrants arrested while sleeping in SCSO parking lot -
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. – A man wanted on four outstanding warrants for failure to appear was arrested Sunday after he was found sleeping in a vehicle parked in the lot of the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Off
Pinnacle traffic signal activation set for next month -
BRISTOL, Tenn. - New traffic signals at the entrance to The Pinnacle retail center will be activated early next month, city officials said.
Symphony of the Mountains Chamber Ensemble to perform as part of William King Museum's Civil War exhibit -
The Symphony of the Mountain Chamber Ensemble will perform next month at the William King Museum of Art as part of the museum's Civil War exhibit.
Officials break ground on Virginia's Western Forensic Laboratory and Medical Examiner facility expansion -
ROANOKE, Va. — Officials broke ground today on an expansion to the state's Western Laboratory and Medical Examiner facility.
Some still without power after storm -
A few Appalachian Electric Power customers in the region are still without power, following powerful Sunday afternoon storms.