Vintage Baseball starts Saturday

Vintage Baseball starts Saturday

Vintage Baseball is ready to start its 3rd season at Historic Ramsey House on April 9, 2016. Come join the history and the fun; the games and parking are free; concessions will be available; Historic Home tour will be at a reduced rate of $5 per person. This game is a double header featuring Phoenix […]

Blount County Public Library to Host Disability Resources and Transition Fair

Lorrie Crockett with East Tennessee Technology Access Center

Blount County Public Library to Host Disability Resources and Transition Fair

By Cynthia Day Spitler and Joan VanSickle Sloan Blount County offers a wide range of resources for people with disabilities. A Disability Resources and Transition Fair will be held at the Blount County Public Library on Monday, April 11, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. For people with disabilities or their families or those who work […]

Applications available for Alcoa Foundation workforce readiness program

Applications are now being accepted for the Youth Workforce Readiness Training and Internship Program, a collaborative project of Blount Partnership and Blount County Adult Education. This eight-week program provides workforce readiness training in the skills needed to obtain and maintain employment in the field of manufacturing.  Participants receive practical training and a paid internship at […]

SOUP’s On!

  All Knoxvillians with an appetite for community improvement are invited to the 2nd Knoxville SOUP of 2016 set for April 7, 2016. The dinner is being held from 6 to 9 p.m. at Dara’s Garden, 2637 Maryville Pike, in South Knoxville. SOUP is an exciting community-focused project sponsored by the South Knoxville Alliance (SKA) […]

State Board Seeks Public Feedback on New Science Standards

State Board Seeks Public Feedback on New Science Standards

  Today, the Tennessee State Board of Education launched the science standards review website, https://apps.tn.gov/tcas/, to collect public feedback on Tennessee’s newly revised grade K-12 science standards. This is the first time the revised science standards, recently improved by Tennessee educators, will be available for public review.   The K-12 science standards set grade-specific goals […]

Mayors Appoint Colin Ickes As Director Of Emergency Management Agency

  The Knoxville-Knox County Emergency Management Agency (KEMA) has a new leader. Colin Ickes, who has been Operations Officer at KEMA for the past 11 years, has been named Director of the agency by Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett and Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero.   Ickes succeeds his former boss, Alan Lawson, who retired on […]

Say “Thumbs Down” to Texting and Driving During National Distracted Driving Awareness Month

Say “Thumbs Down” to Texting and Driving During  National Distracted Driving Awareness Month

April is designated as National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. The Tennessee Highway Safety Office and the Department of Safety and Homeland Security are joining to share a unified message: Thumbs Down to Texting and Driving.   During April, the Highway Safety Office asks people to use their social media presence to promote their distaste for […]

Gala for the University of Tennessee School of Music

Gala for the University of Tennessee School of Music

You or your favorite fan can lead the Pride of the Southland Marching Band by directing Rocky Top at a home football game this fall. This and other exciting opportunities will be auctioned during the April 9th Gala for the University of Tennessee School of Music.  The School’s Board of Advisors is hosting the Gala […]

Zoo Knoxville Celebrates A Day Of Magical Make-Believe This Saturday

Magical Make-believe Day Presented by JK Mouse Travel-Tarah Wilson Zoo Knoxville brings fairy tales to life during a day of Magical Make-Believe, presented by JK Mouse Travel – Tarah Wilson, on Saturday , April 9, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.   This enchanted day will feature Neverland and Company princesses Rapunzel, The Little […]

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