Knoxville Catholic's boys track and field team with medals and awards after capturing the school's first-ever Class A-AA state championship Friday at MTSU. From left to right: Jake Renfree, Amari Rodgers, Jake Poczobut, Head Coach Sean O'Neil, Alec Connolly, William Doktycz, Johnathan Chavez, Georde Goodwyn, Ethan Tornstrom.
By Steve Williams Four-time winner Rebecca Story and Catholic’s boys team led Knoxville-area participants in the TSSAA state track and field meet last week at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro. Story, the Christian Academy of Knoxville sophomore who is one of the nation’s top prep distance runners, for starters brought the Lady Warriors from […]
By Mike Steely firstname.lastname@example.org Two distinguished Knoxville businessman may be honored soon with the renaming of two streets. One of the men is a living legend in the African American community and the other was a well-respected merchant and leader of the Pond Gap neighborhood. Both street name changes were suggested by two current community […]
Bearden junior Jacob Sobota, with Coach Patty Tracy Thewes, after finishing second in the Class AAA state decathlon.
By Steve Williams Jacob Sobota of Bearden High was one event away from being the 2016 Class AAA state decathlon champion last Tuesday but had to settle for second place. It wasn’t for a lack of determination, however, noted Coach Patty Tracy Thewes. Rhea County’s Chase Sholl ran the final event, the 1500-meter run, in […]
By Dan Andrews Although the school year had ended for members of the Karns Middle School Jazz Ensemble, they took to the stage again to give an outstanding show on Tuesday, May 24 on Market Square. Many folks crossing the square for different reasons, myself included, stopped to listen to these youngsters and appreciate their […]
Music and fun resonate in the meadow just minutes away from downtown Knoxville at the WDVX Ijams Meadow Lark Music Festival Saturday, June 25, noon to 11 p.m. Dale Watson and His Lone Stars and Southern Culture on the Skids are the headliners. Watson will fire up the crowd with his self-proclaimed “Ameripolitan” honkey tonk, […]
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE STATE OF TENNESSEE, KNOX COUNTY WHEREAS, Pakesta Jemerson executed a Deed of Trust to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for Quicken Loans Inc., Lender and Joseph B. Pitt, Jr., Trustee(s), which was dated September 10, 2013 and recorded on October 10, 2013 in Instrument No. 201310100023858, […]
Mayor Madeline Rogero has appointed three new members to the Knoxville-Knox County Metropolitan Planning Commission, to replace commissioners whose terms have expired. The new appointees to the 15-member body are Gayle Bustin, Patrick Phillips and Charles Thomas. They replace former Vice Mayor Jack Sharp, Bart Carey and Michael Kane, who continued to serve […]
The East Tennessee Preservation Alliance is celebrating May as National Preservation Month by issuing a This Place Matters special focus on Morristown College. The National Trust for Historic Preservation’s “This Place Matters” campaign encourages people to celebrate the places that are meaningful to them and to their communities. Morristown College, which has been […]
The City of Knoxville Parks and Recreation Department will open its two outdoor public pools for residents to beat the heat this Memorial Day weekend. Both the Ed Cothren (1737 Reynolds St.) and Inskip (4204 Bruhin Road) pools will welcome visitors starting 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 28. Admission is $4 per person per visit […]
The next phase of work on the River’s Edge 800-foot-long public riverwalk on the South Waterfront will require closure of a section of the westbound lane of Island Home Avenue, starting next week. Equipment is being set up today (Friday, May 27). Through June, motorists will share the open eastbound lane, alternating between eastbound and […]