Governor and Commissioner Release Transportation Improvement Plan for 2017-2019

Program Reflects One-Time Funding Increases Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Tennessee Department of Transportation Commissioner John Schroer today released TDOT’s annual three year transportation program, featuring approximately $2 billion in infrastructure investments for 79 individual project phases in 42 counties, as well as 15 statewide programs.   The three-year program continues the state’s focus on […]

Lunch with Mayor Burchett

The public is invited to join Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett for lunch on Friday, April 1 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Jackie’s Dream Cafe in East Knoxville. The restaurant, which is known for its soul food and hot chicken, is located at 2223 McCalla Ave and has been locally-owned and operated since […]

Tennessee State Parks Receives Excellence Award for Preservation of Park Structures

Tennessee State Parks Receives Excellence Award for Preservation of Park Structures

Tennessee State Parks Deputy Commissioner Brock Hill and other Parks staff were honored with the 2016 Excellence In Preservation Leadership Award during an annual historical preservation conference on March 16.   The award was presented by the Tennessee Preservation Trust, the only statewide nonprofit organization promoting the preservation of Tennessee’s historic resources, at a joint […]

Shepherd’s Men Pass Through Neyland Stadium on Wednesday

Shepherd’s Men Pass Through Neyland Stadium on Wednesday

Shepherd’s Men, a group of 14 members running from Boston to Atlanta to raise money for treatment of PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI), will make a stop in Neyland Stadium on Wednesday, March 30th at 3 p.m. as part of a nine-day run through 10 cities. The men will enter through Gate 21A and […]

Tennessee Department of Human Services Launches 2G for Tennessee Awareness Campaign

Tennessee Department of Human Services Launches 2G for Tennessee Awareness Campaign

DHS outlines its Two-Generation approach to creating cycles of success for Tennessee families Today the Tennessee Department of Human Services (DHS) launched its two-generation approach to poverty with an informational webpage named “2G for Tennessee.”   The new webpage outlines the Department’s strategy for implementing the 2 Gen strategy that creates cycles of success for […]

Carson to host Farragut community meeting tomorrow

  School Board member Karen Carson will be holding a meeting for the Fifth District community at Farragut High School on Thursday, March 31, 2016.  The meeting will be held in the Farragut High School library from 6-7 p.m. (11237 Kingston Pike). The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the recent threats at FHS, […]

HASLAM INTRODUCES FISCAL YEAR 2016-2017 BUDGET AMENDMENT

HASLAM INTRODUCES FISCAL YEAR 2016-2017 BUDGET AMENDMENT

Legislation proposes additional investment for local transportation needs; student enrollment growth Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam yesterday unveiled additions to the FY 2016-2017 budget that will be considered by the 109th General Assembly in the coming weeks. The appropriations amendment to HB2629/SB2653 follows closely the governor’s original budget proposal presented to the legislature on February 1, and […]

Cars & Coffee and Poker Run on April 2

Cars & Coffee and Poker Run on April 2

  Spring is finally here! Uncover those beauties and bring them out to Cars & Coffee – Cruisin’ with Heart in just two weeks! European Auto Garage and Regal Entertainment Group along with BBS Wheels have once again partnered to host Knoxville’s Original Cars & Coffee and Poker Run to benefit Variety, the Children’s Charity […]

Are you sleepless in Knoxville?

By Rosie Moore William Shakespeare, that renowned author from long ago, once wrote in his play, Macbeth, “Sleep….knits up the raveled sleeve of care….sore labor’s bath, balm of hurt minds…chief nourisher in life’s feast.” That sentence sums it up for me. One of my favorite movies is “Sleepless in Seattle.” The main character, played by […]

Bittersweet Car Memories

By Joe Rector The dog woke me up before I was ready on Saturday morning. After taking her to do her business and making a pot of coffee, I sat down at the computer to check my email and Facebook for news and other things. Chuck Mier, a boyhood friend who lived across the street […]

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