Jordan Atwood remembers watching “The Apprentice” with his dad as a kid and thinking that host Donald Trump was a straightforward guy.
The brief, nearly 30-minute March meeting is to be packaged and replayed on BVU OptiNet’s channel 3.
BRISTOL, Va. — BVU Authority will pay its new CEO up to $5,000 to relocate from California, plus reimburse him for the plane ticket he purchas…
BVU Authority’s board of directors is actively proceeding with its search for a CEO after rejecting a proposal to delay any action for 90 days or until a criminal probe is completed.
Ed Harlow convinced the board to reconfigure a budget committee that rarely met into a finance committee to regularly monitor the organization’s financial condition, discuss cash flow and rate issues and report its findings to the full board.
BRISTOL, Va. — Some City Council members expressed support Friday for a 4-cent real estate tax increase to help address long-term city needs.
After narrowly missing a council seat six years ago, Bill Hartley was overwhelmingly the top vote-getter with 993 unofficial votes, or 25.9 percent of votes cast.
Challenger Bill Hartley was the top vote-getter tonight in a Bristol Virginia City Council race where two incumbents were apparently unseated.
Six years ago, when I moved to Bristol, I was struck by the empty store fronts on State Street. Today, State Street is vibrant and the place t…
Three incumbent council members continued to stress the potential economic impact of the commercial center, but the lone challenger called for more diversification.
BRISTOL, Va. — Incumbent Don Ashley said attracting jobs remains his top priority as he seeks a second straight term on the City Council.
BRISTOL, Va. — The Falls project, the city’s fiscal well-being and the vitality of its downtown were among the topics discussed Thursday durin…
An April 29 forum will give voters a chance to hear Bristol Virginia City Council candidates answer a variety of pre-submitted questions.
Senate bill 673 was referred to and reported out of the House Finance Committee by an 18-4 vote.
BRISTOL, Va. — Virginia’s Senate Finance Committee dealt the city a crushing blow Wednesday when it failed to approve legislation for The Fall…