Two Goodwill recycling locations to close

Two Goodwill recycling locations to close

Effective July 1, two recycling drop-off centers that were established through a Goodwill partnership with the City of Knoxville will be closed. The two Goodwill sites are located at 5412 Pleasant Ridge Road and 4315 Kingston Pike (behind Western Plaza). “All City recycling drop-off points will remain in effect, but these two second-party sites will […]

Times, TV Set For 2016’s Opening Three Games

Times, TV Set For 2016’s Opening Three Games

The Vols will appear on the SEC Network in two of the opening three weeks. Kickoff times and television listings for Tennessee’s first three games of the highly-anticipated 2016 season were today. As announced in late May, the Volunteers will open their 120th season of football on Rocky Top with a Thursday night contest against […]

Senzel named All-American by Baseball America

Senzel named All-American by Baseball America

Tennessee third baseman Nick Senzel received 2016 Second Team All-America honors by Baseball America, as announced by the outlet on Tuesday.   The nomination marks his second postseason All-America honor following his 2016 campaign, having also been named a Third Team All-America selection by Louisville Slugger/Collegiate Baseball Newspaper last week.   Senzel is now the […]

Fountain City, North Knoxville BPAs meet this week

The Fountain City Business and Professionals Association will meet Wednesday, June 8 at Virginia College, 5003 N Broadway. Speaker: Senator Mark Green Topic: Exploring Gubernatorial Race 2018   Time: 11:45am – 1:00pm (arrive between 11:45 – 12:00 to sign in and begin lunch) *Introductions start promptly at 11:55.   Who: Members and Guests are welcome! *Please bring / […]

Local Senators announce Arts Grant for Knox County

State Senators Becky Massey (R-Knoxville), Randy McNally (R-Oak Ridge) and Richard Briggs (R-Knoxville) today announced that $508,610 in arts grants have been awarded to local arts organizations in Knox County.  The grants are distributed by the Tennessee Arts Commission through an appropriation of state funds by the General Assembly, federal dollars from the National Endowment […]

New mobile app option feeds love of local foods

New mobile app option feeds love of local foods

The Tennessee Department of Agriculture’s “Pick Tennessee” mobile app now offers followers an easy way to feed their love of local foods. Users can search for restaurants committed to serving ingredients sourced from the area, and access GPS mapping to the establishments.   This latest mobile app option is a result of the new Pick Tennessee […]

Legal and Public Notices for June 6, 2016

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 December 9, 2013, executed by RICHARD EHRLICH, conveying certain real property therein described to NATIONAL REGISTERED AGENTS, INC., as Trustee, as same appears of record in the Register’s Office of […]

School Board Votes to Approve Amended Disparities Resolution

By Sally Absher   The draft Disparities in Educational Outcomes Task Force Report and Recommendations were discussed at length during three Board of Education meetings in the past two weeks. Over the past 18 months, the Disparities in Educational Outcomes (DEO) task force conducted a comprehensive review of data including: school and district demographics; academic […]

The Chalk Board for June 6, 2016

By Sally Absher   Farewell to Board of Education Student Rep Sydney Gabrielson Sydney Gabrielson ended her tenure as the Student Representative on the Board of Education on June 1. A 2016 graduate of Bearden High School, she served as Editor in Chief of the school annual, vice president of the student body, founder of […]

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