By installing new HVAC controls the savings at the Justice Center on the courtroom side of the building is estimated at $10,000 annually, just by being able to change the temperature setting automatically when court isn’t in session.
“It looks like there's a battle going on between the mayor and Stacy. … It's very worrisome to me because a lot of us depend on that fire department if we have a fire. I hope the problem isn't personal grievance or anything like that.” — Valerie Goins
A Hawkins County man who allegedly rammed a vehicle containing four girls after a close call last week that occurred as they were pulling out of the Rogersville Walmart is now four felony counts.
Every MCES student form Pre K through fourth-grade participated in 12 heart-healthy activities that included basketball, “Ninja Warrior” style activities, cardio fitness, and different types of jumping including jump rope.
A Hawkins County man who was accused of receiving sexually explicit text photos from a 17-year-old girl on Christmas Day of 2018 was sentenced to two years of house arrest Friday in exchange for a guilty plea to sexual exploitation of a minor.
Earlier this year the town's certified municipal financial officer (CMFO) Tammy Conner suffered a serious illness and has been off work. Mike housewright has been doing her job, as well as the duties of manager and city recorder.
Jones appeared in Mount Carmel City Hall briefly Friday afternoon shortly after being released form jail to perform some mayoral duties including signing some grant application forms.
The reasoning behind the change was that it's not a pay raise for commissioners. The argument in favor of the change, which was supported by County Attorney Jim Phillips, was that commissioners should be compensated for their time and effort.
The RCS Board of Education agreed Tuesday to meet with candidates one-on-one as individual board members on March 12 after superintendent search adviser Wayne Qualls has cut the field to five or six semi-finalists.
Mother Nature has been providing an all natural Splash Pad for the past couple of weeks, but this spring Church Hill will be putting a man-made splash pad in Derrick Park help keep youngsters cool when the summer heat returns.