BRISTOL, Tenn. — Bristol, Tennessee’s fiscal year 2021 budget is balanced and will not require a property tax increase to make up for revenue lost due to COVID-19, but the city will have to draw nearly $400,000 from its general fund.

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Scott County and Big Stone Gap in Southwest Virginia will receive a combined $4.4 million in grants and loans for water and sewer projects, thanks to a U.S. Department of Agriculture program.

Pier 1 Imports is seeking approval from the bankruptcy court to close all its retail operations as soon as reasonably possible.

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