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Concert series moved indoors becuase of rain
All the rain that fell Thursday put a damper on some downtown Bristol activities.
Wed May 22, 2013
Bristol, Tennessee voters elect change
This year's Bristol, Tennessee city election saw its share of upsets, with two-of-the-three incumbents running for city council losing their seats.
Sun May 19, 2013
Virginia Attorney General talks coal tax credits
Virginia Attorney General and Republican Gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli made a campaign stop in Bristol this week and coal was a hot topic.
Thu May 16, 2013
Club donates to country music museum
A Bristol women's community service group founded years before the 1927 music sessions that makes the town the Birthplace of Country Music gave back to the birthplace organization Thursday.
Outdoor solar classroom unveiled
Bristol, Tennessee's Holston View School was in need of a new outdoor classroom and now they have more than just a classroom outdoors.
Mon May 13, 2013
Former ABC11 photographer honored
December 7, 1991 was the darkest day in the history of ABC11. The crash of our station's helicopter stole the lives of three colleagues.
Sun May 12, 2013
Experts have advice for keeping your plants protected in frost
Business is booming at 'Garden Spot Produce' in Bristol, Tennessee Sunday. They sell a variety of things here, owner Charles Williams gives a few examples.
Thu May 09, 2013
Plenty of options for Tennessee's unemployed
The national unemployment rate sits at 7.5 percent for April, down 0.4 percent since the start of the year.
Wed May 08, 2013
McAuliffe speaks out about education and jobs in Southwest Virginia
Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe told News 5 education is high on his priority list, saying he wants to work to ensure higher education works for veterans, to keep it affordable for the middle-class and to align higher education with skills Virginia industries need.
Jeff Broughton announces resignation
Bristol, Tennessee City Manager Jeff Broughton announced he's resigning. According to a news release sent to us from the city Wednesday morning, he'll stay with the city through June 20th.
Fri May 03, 2013
Border Bash kicks off summer season for downtown Bristol
As summer inches its way into the Tri-Cities, Bristol is getting a head start on the seasonal fun from both sides of the state line.
South Korean group describes everyday life with threat of war
All eyes have been on North Korea as threats of missile attacks on both the U.S. and South Korea have been made over the last few weeks.
Wed May 01, 2013
Congressmen host Q & A session for community
A town hall style meeting Wednesday night crossed the state line. Virginia Congressman Morgan Griffith and Tennessee Congressman Phil Roe met with voters in Bristol.
Columbia Daily Herald
Outgoing wastewater director cautions city leaders about changes
In his last act as an employee of Columbia, the retiring wastewater director was critical of requested changes to the department's budget and warned that the recommendations of a new pay study would increase the department's overtime.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Griffith and Roe to host joint town hall meeting in Bristol
Rep. Morgan Griffith and Rep. Phil Roe, M.D. will host a joint town hall meeting Wednesday in Bristol, Tennessee.
Volunteers needed for road race to help charities
Organizers will be having a pasta dinner the night before, May 24, at the Bill Gatton Honda Used Car Building on the Volunteer Parkway in Bristol from 6-8pm. That event is to allow organizers the opportunity to go over expectations for volunteers for the following morning.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
The Daily Beast
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Mini Truckin' Magazine
The Long Haul - 1989 Chevy S10
When was the last time you bought a project vehicle? Was it a year ago? Last week? Maybe five years ago? Well Chris Clark of Bristol, Tennessee has built a few vehicles in his day, but in 1995, when he was just 17 years old, he picked up this Chevy S-10 and decided to build it.
Sullivan County Sheriff requesting 17 percent pay raise for employees
Sheriff Wayne Anderson told News 5 he is formally requesting a 17 percent pay raise for his employees just days after a judge grants them a two percent pay raise, ending the sheriff's lawsuit against the county.