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City of Elizabethton Finance Department receives prestigious award
Local kids get to shop with a cop for Christmas
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Grant makes possible SRO postings in all City schoolsSchool resource officers were assigned to the three elementary schools and will join the school resource officers that have long been assigned to the High School and T.A. Dugger Jr. High School.
Elizabethton encouraging small business with 'Co-Starters' program
The City of Elizabethton is hosting the "Co-Starter," a nine-week program geared to help people with their business ideas.
Fire Department acquires new air pack equipmentThe Elizabethton Fire Department is acquiring upgraded equipment to enhance their abilities as a force, purchasing new air packs from Scott Safety.
Elizabethton City Council bids farewell to Shipley, TesterThursday’s meeting of the Elizabethton City Council ended as a farewell to two councilmen who are ending long terms of service.
Funding agreement reached for Elizabethton TwinsCity of Elizabethton officials and the Minnesota Twins reportedly reached a funding agreement Friday morning to keep the Elizabethton Twins Minor League Baseball affiliate at Joe O’Brien Field.
New mural brightens Elizabethton LibraryThe new look is a mural in vivid colors that depicts characters from “Where the Wild Things Are,” “Adventure Time” and “Alice in Wonderland.”
Cobblestone Hotel gets first TIF agreement in Carter CountyThe directors unanimously approved the application by Cobblestone Hotel Development during the board’s monthly meeting Tuesday morning.
Elizabethton receive Community Development Block GrantsThe city of Elizabethton were the recipients of Community Development Block Grants recently announced by Gov. Bill Haslam and ECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe.
Elizabethton's A.Y. McDonald breaks ground on expansion
A.Y. McDonald Manufacturing Co., broke ground Monday on an $8 million expansion that will double the size of its Elizabethton operation and create 36 new jobs.
No findings reported in 2017 auditCity officials received an early Christmas gift this week with the release of the 2017 adults for the city government and Elizabethton Electric.
Elizabethton City Council OKs microbreweries in downtown
City Council members voted last night to change an ordinance allowing the small-scale beer making businesses to obtain permits and serve beer downtown.