ELIZABETHTON — Snap-on Tools has reported that an employee in its Elizabethton hand tool manufacturing facility tested positive in March for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The employee has reportedly not been in the plant since late March, and
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ELIZABETHTON — Industrial accidents were once commonplace in American workshops, but concerned employers and employees worked together to make factories much safer places and made injuries on the job much less common.
MOUNTAIN CITY — Because of the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the April meeting of the Johnson County Commission will be a remote electronic session.
ELIZABETHTON — With Carter County Mayor Russell Barnett extending the local state of emergency and the safer-at-home directive for another seven days, people are adjusting to the both the local orders to remain at home and to Tennessee Gov. Bill
Apr 7, 2020 at 9:05 PM
ELIZABETHTON — With public access still closed to the Carter County Courthouse and Elizabethton City Hall because of the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the monthly meetings for both the Carter County Commission and the Elizabethton
Apr 7, 2020 at 8:27 PM
ELIZBETHTON — The Confederate Railroad concert that had been scheduled to be held at Elizabethton High School on May 24 has been postponed.
HAMPTON — A man was arrested Saturday on several charges after witnesses told Carter County deputies he broke into a home on Dennis Cove Road and stabbed a woman.
Carter County Mayor Russell Barnett issued a new executive order on Monday extending the local state of emergency in Carter County for another week.
ELIZABETHTON — State parks in the Tri-Cities will be closed today until April 14 at the earliest in support of Gov. Bill Lee’s Executive Order 23.
ELIZABETHTON — There could soon be more residential apartments available in downtown Elizabethton.