The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, in Sullivan County is at six as of noon today — and the most recent cases are from person-to-person transmission, not travel-related.
Investigators are currently looking for Larry Chad Fields, described by the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office as Boswell’s “accomplice,” on charges of aggravated burglary and theft under $10,000.
Lewis Vaughn, 79, was found dead in his bedroom on November 20.
Local health and government officials held a joint press conference Wednesday to reinforce the call for public adherence to basic prevention steps to slow spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus. Members of the public are urged not to travel.
By 2050, seven in ten people worldwide will be city dwellers.
Hot Chicken Salad is not an uncommon dish and many recipes can be found in church cookbooks across the South. Here’s one from a friend’s family favorites list.
On Tuesday, Sullivan County’s jail facilities housed 825 inmates. By Friday afternoon, that number was down to 743, despite new intakes in the days since. That’s a decrease of more than 80 inmates.
Some offices are closed to the public, while others are trying to limit face-to-face interactions with public.
The Kingsport Chamber’s marketing campaign urges support of local businesses impacted by COVID-19.
Due to COVID-19, the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office will issue citations instead of arresting individuals on misdemeanor charges, except when required by law to do so. It’s just one of many steps the SCSO is taking to try and lessen the impact of the virus.