Cameron Mercer was a member of the First Baptist Academy grasscutter team that captured the 9-under NFC division championship this fall at John Tarleton Park. It was only the second season for FBA in the Knox Metro Youth Football League. Mercer plays fullback and linebacker for the Eagles. Starting today, The Knoxville Focus is running stories, scores and photos of the 2016 KMYFL team champions. The two-part feature will continue in the Dec. 5 issue.
By Steve Williams Gibbs’ 14-under Varsity team got on a roll in the Knox Metro Youth Football League’s post-season tournament and captured the NFC division championship despite being seeded No. 6 out of seven teams. After going 1-5-1in the regular season, the Eagles won four games in 10 days, capping their remarkable tourney run with […]
West High's Tyrone Patterson (30) dribbles into the frontcourt as Webb's Charlie Wyrick prepares to defend. Patterson led the Rebels with 14 points but the Spartans used a big second half to prevail 61-38.
By Ken Lay For the first quarter of its victory over West High School, Webb School of Knoxville’s boys basketball team struggled with the Rebels’ pressure defense. But after a sluggish beginning, the Spartans got things figured out. “During the first quarter, I think we really struggled with their pressure,” Webb coach Ricky Norris said […]
By Ken Lay Seven area football players were named Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Finalists recently. The award honors the top athletes in the state’s eight classifications. It is given to the top back and lineman in each class. The state also recognizes one kicker but no local kickers reached the final round this year. The […]
SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE Sale at public auction will be on December 22, 2016 on or about 10:00AM local time, at the North Side Entrance, City County Building, 400 Main Street, Knoxville, TN 37902, conducted by the Substitute Trustee as identified and set forth herein below, pursuant to Deed of Trust executed by KEVIN […]
To seasoned ice skaters in Market Square, the difference is clear. Holidays on Ice, presented by Home Federal Bank, begins Friday, Nov. 25, with a new rink that features transparent glass dasher boards. “We wanted the rink to feel more integrated into the square,” says Judith Foltz, Director of Special Events. “Our inspiration […]
Small Business Saturday is November 26 and in Tennessee, many of those businesses focus on products found on the farm. A year-round interest in local products means plenty of options for holiday gifts from the farm. When you purchase from a farmer, you create an economic ripple that encourages and strengthens rural communities. […]
Waste Connections, the City’s contractor for household garbage and recycling collection, will be closed today in observation of the Thanksgiving holiday. Thanksgiving is one of only two holidays throughout the year—the other being Christmas Day—that City garbage collection is closed. While no household garbage collection will take place on Thursday’s holiday, the collection routes […]
Want to get a glimpse today (Wednesday, Nov. 23) of the famed “People’s Tree,” the official U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree, as it makes a stopover in Knoxville during its cross-country road trip from Idaho to Washington, D.C.? The holiday tree will roll through Knoxville – one of just 10 stops outside of Idaho […]
Regal Cinema Art Team to Review Qualifying Locally Produced Films The Visit Knoxville Film Office along with the Regal Entertainment Group today announced a new incentive for qualifying films produced in the East Tennessee area. In addition to the many production advantages already offered locally, Regal will screen films produced in Knoxville for potential art […]
Beginning yesterday, westbound commuters on a two-block section of Cumberland Avenue are being shifted to the north side of the road so that a City contractor can safely remove buried pre-World War II trolley tracks from the center of Cumberland Avenue. The removal of the heavy metal tracks is part of the City’s […]