Edgewood Park Hosts Pie Contest

~ from the City Office of Neighborhoods   The Edgewood Park Neighborhood Association will host an apple pie contest this Saturday, July 21, from 4-6 p.m. at the Edgewood Park’s Gazebo, 3109 Ocoee Trail.   Guests are welcome to enter the apple pie contest or enjoy the spoils as a judge. This is an open […]

Friends Donate $71,000 to Knox County Public Library

Gifts Support Library Programs, Materials, and Staff At the annual meeting of the Friends of the Knox County Public Library on July 16, Myretta Black, director of the Knox County Public Library, received a check for more than $71,000, representative of the investment that the Friends have made in the library system during the past […]

Welcome home, Gibbs Middle School!

By Ralphine Major Finally, it is back where it belongs.  Gibbs Middle School is once again a part of the Gibbs Community thanks to years of persistent efforts from parents and local leaders, including school board members and county commissioners. For decades, Gibbs Elementary, Gibbs Middle (formerly Junior High), and Gibbs High Schools were all […]

Facts about gossiping

By Rosie Moore I’ve read somewhere that we are all guilty of using gossip as a vital method of communication. Some would even say that we thrive on the juicy tidbits that we eagerly wait to hear and share. Surprisingly, men are gossipers, also, at 55% while women gossip at 67%. Why do we gossip? […]

About Friends

By Joe Rector When I was a little boy, I had one friend. My twin brother Jim and I were inseparable. We played together, fought together, and took up for each other. Sixty years later, we’re still “tight” and try to spend time with each other as often as possible. Other friends came later as […]

What is an Expungement and Can I Get One?

By Jedidiah McKeehan So, individuals who have had an encounter with the law occasionally ask me if what they were charged with or what they pled guilty to is able to be expunged. When a charge is expunged, in the eyes of the law that charge never happened.  The official records of the charge are […]

What to Expect from the Vols in 2018

  By Alex Norman OK so I’m going to completely contradict the title.  When it comes to the 2018 Tennessee Volunteers, no one knows what to expect. You can say that this is the case for every football team in every season, but I feel that it applies even more for the latest Vols squad. […]

A-E and Brainerd waiting for Board of Control ruling

By Steve Williams Austin-East and Chattanooga Brainerd boys basketball programs will have special interest in the TSSAA Board of Control’s decision Aug. 13 when it announces its decision regarding the second-year of a post-season ban those two programs are currently under for the brawl that occurred in a game between the two teams last season. […]

Mayoral candidates to participate in forum Friday, July 20

A public forum with the two candidates for Knox County Mayor will be held on Friday, July 20, 6-7 pm at the Pellissippi State Community College, Magnolia Campus.  Both Linda Haney, Democratic candidate, and Glenn Jacobs, Republican candidate, will attend.   This non-partisan event will offer voters a chance to become informed about candidates’ positions […]

Legal and public notices for July 16, 2018

NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE   WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms and conditions of a Deed of Trust dated September 22, 2004, executed by ANGELA D HOLBERT, conveying certain real property therein described to FIRST KNOXVILLE TITLE, INC., as Trustee, as same appears of record in the Register’s Office […]

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