That’s some kind of way to treat visitors to your city, that could have chosen to go anywhere else, but they chose you. I think there’s a time where you should pick your battles. And I’m pretty sure that I’m not the only person who feels that there’s far more crimes out there far worse than window tint violations
The response I got was basically “pay it or we cut off your water”. So they slapped on another $40 in fees that they just absolutely
Now i see how easy it is for people to get pulled under and STAY under. It’s like it’s what they want! “Oh, they can’t pay their bill? Let’s slap on $100 worth of fees so they can NEVER catch up!”
They care about money. And they don’t care what we think because the reality of it is WE CANT GET WATER ANYWHERE ELSE!
Oh but wait, I can stop writing checks now because “We now have online billing”!!
BUT... there’s a fee for that too! Hahahahaha
This city needs options for God’s sake. I’m so sick of this place.
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Here's your chance to win two tickets to Jim Brown Entertainment presents: Confederate Railroad on March 31st at The Paramount Center for the Arts Bristol, TN. Tag a friend below and comment your favorite Confederate Railroad song by 11:59 PM this Sunday to enter!
Ladies and gentlemen, the moment you've been waiting for! Crews have begun the process of planting the new downtown trees! They will continue working, weather permitting, until all trees have been planted, with the goal of having planting complete prior to the spring race.
Police Department to conduct security course for local churches
With the issue of safety in public places increasingly becoming a topic of concern in communities across the nation, local law enforcement officials want to provide the greatest number of tools possible to keep area residents safe. One such tool is in the form of an upcoming course offered by the Bristol Tennessee Police Department regarding security for local churches. The class will cover a number of topics des...igned to help churches better prepare for various types of emergency situations, including violent intruders.
This two-hour session will take place on Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM in the Police Training Room on the ground floor of the Slater Center, located at 325 McDowell Street. It is free and open to members of all churches in the Bristol, TN area, and refreshments will be provided.
For further information, please contact Sergeant Brian Hess at (423)989-9382 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The two males in these photos were seen pushing an undetermined amount of merchandise in a shopping cart out of one of the fire doors at Walmart on Century Blvd. If you have any information regarding the identities of these individuals, please contact the Bristol TN Police Department at 423-989-5600 or 423-764-TIPS (8477).
UPDATE 2/21/2018: The remaining two juvenile suspects have been identified and charged with Burglary and Vandalism. The charges against all three suspects have been filed in the Bristol Tennessee Juvenile Court.
UPDATE 2/19/2018: As a result of the investigation, one suspect, who is a juvenile, is in custody at this time and has been charged with burglary and vandalism. With regard to the other two suspects, who are also juveniles, the investigation is still ongoing and additional charges are pending.
Individuals entered Vance Middle School Tuesday night and sprayed fire extinguishers in the hallways. If these individuals look familiar please contact Bristol TN Police Department at 423-989-5600 or 423-764-8477 (tips).
Bristol Tennessee Animal Control has picked up the following animals! The animals will be held at the City Shelter for a limited time before being transported to the Sullivan County Animal Shelter in Blountville. The animals ARE NOT for adoption at this time! Please call 989-5600 to claim your furfriends!
Congratulations to the winners of our 12th and final Paper Windows session of the year, "Something New".
1st place - "Tiny Fingers" by Donna Tallman
2nd place - "A New Beginning" by Wendy Johnson
3rd place - "Exploring This New World" by Laurie Yates
Stay tuned for the special announcement of our overall winner for this year's competition.
On February 2, 2018, the Bristol Tennessee Police Department responded to the Bristol, TN Wal-Mart in reference to theft. Three unknown males left the store without paying for numerous items. The three males left in a silver Nissan Altima with front end damage. Police need help identifying the three suspects. If you have any information about the identity of one, or all of the males, please contact the Bristol Tennessee Police Department Tips line at 423-764-8477.
Ever wondered how one of Bristol's oldest neighborhoods got its unusual name? Take an in-depth look at its fascinating story on this episode of Forged In History.
Equipment for the eyes donated to Steele Creek Nature Center
The Blue Stocking Club of Bristol recently donated two new microscopes to the Nature Center at Steele Creek Park. The microscopes, one a compound light microscope and one a dissecting light microscope, will greatly expand research capabilities for the center’s staff and volunteers. “This new -equipment for the eyes- will be especially helpful during educational programs and activities hosted at the Nature Center, gi...ving students an additional way to look at their world,” said Jeremy Stout, Nature Center Manager. Both of the microscopes have digital viewing capability, which means a magnification of up to 2500x may be achieved and the images can be projected onto a computer screen, flat panel monitor, or some other type of screen device.
The latest episode of the City’s BTN-TV “Steele Creek Explorer” program features the new scopes prominently. The program may be seen on cable provider BTES Channel 16 or Charter Channel 192.
The Blue Stocking Club also donated an additional $25,000 to the Nature Center to fund the lake and geology exhibit located in the expansion area.
For more information on the microscopes or Nature Center programming please contact Mr. Stout at 423-989-5616 or email email@example.com.
The CareHere Employee Health and Wellness Clinic, which opened in January last year, is run by Nashville, Tennessee-based CareHere, which manages more than 300 ...health care clinics and wellness centers in 24 states. It provides primary care, disease management, sports physicals, lab work and generic non-narcotic medication at no cost to employees who are on the city’s health care plan.
"Feel free to dance along the town's main street, known as State Street, which straddles the two states. Or if you're looking to get moving another way, Bristol Motor Speedway has great seats for everyone in the family and hosts two NASCAR events each year. Experience a drive-in movie at the Twin City Drive-In Theatre."
Thanks to U.S. News and World Report Travel for the love and for letting everyone know what a great place Bristol is to visit!
Attention photographers! Last call for entries! The deadline to submit your photos is Wednesday, January 31st. The theme for this year's final session of Paper Windows is "Something New". Send us a photo that represents something new in your life, or the overall sense of renewal that comes with the fresh start of a new year. For full contest rules and to submit your entry, visit www.bristoltn.org.
On 1/18/2018 two unidentified subjects entered the Marathon gas station on Volunteer Parkway. The men were reported to have been speaking in Arabic and were driving a white or silver sedan. One of the males used the ATM with a duplicate card and made a withdraw of all the money in the account. He attempted a second card but was denied access. If these males look familiar please contact Bristol TN Police Department at 423-989-5600 or 423-764-8477 (tips).