ELIZABETHTON STAR - The fruit of multiple months worth of labor will take form this weekend across Elizabethton. And the area’s smallest — and furriest — residents will be able to reap the rewards. With an all-day agenda on tap, Parrots & Tails IV gets underway on Saturday, Sept. 29, from
JOHNSON CITY PRESS - There will be a full day of fun and activities on Saturday for those who love their dogs and cats and for those who just want to help the Elizabethton/Carter County Animal Shelter. The day includes the Parrots and Tails IV Concert by the Bridge, featuring bands
ELIZABETHTON STAR - A new hotel is on the horizon for the city. Elizabethton Housing and Development Agency Board of Commissioners voted Tuesday morning to approve the city’s first Tax Increment Financing (TIF) project — a 54-room Cobblestone Hotel. The motion passed unanimously with board members Danny Blevins, Dale Shook, Larry
ELIZABETHTON STAR - The Tennessee Department of Education announced this week that 20 percent of schools in the state received “Reward” status. Included in the 318 schools that garnered the highest possible designation was Carter County schools Valley Forge and Cloudland Elementary. To Read More CLICK HERE.
ELIZABETHTON STAR - The Carter County Commission voted through a policy that could help the Carter County Industrial Board bring in both industrial and tourism companies to the county. Voting 24-0 during Monday’s meeting at the Carter County Courthouse, the commission approved a resolution that created an “inventive policy to
ELIZABETHTON STAR - The Carter County Commission saw some big changes during Monday night’s meeting at the courthouse. Electing a new chairman The commission elected County Commissioner Ray Lyons to replace Dr. Robert Acuff as the commission chairman. To read more CLICK HERE.
ELIZABETHTON STAR - Something that has been in talks for roughly 20 years is coming to fruition in Stoney Creek. The Stoney Creek Volunteer Fire Department is in the process of constructing Fire Station 3 which will be located off of Highway 91E near Taylor Hollow and the Upper Big Sandy. To
ELIZABETHTON STAR - NASHVILLE — Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Department of Tourist Development Commissioner Kevin Triplett announced today Tennessee tourism’s direct domestic and international travel expenditures reached a new all-time record high of $20.7 billion in 2017, up 6.3 percent over the previous year, as reported by the U.S. Travel Association.