Montgomery Village Tenant Association Elects Officers

~ From the City of Knoxville’s Office of Neighborhoods   Montgomery Village Tenant Association has announced its new officer team for the upcoming year, which the team says will be dedicated to expanding the positive impact that the Association already has in the neighborhood.   The new officers are Eric Schnicke, president; Diana Hill, vice […]

RiverHill Gateway to Host Fall Celebration

~ From the City of Knoxville’s Office of Neighborhoods   RiverHill Gateway Neighborhood Association is hosting an inaugural fall celebration to showcase improvements made to the neighborhood in recent years, as well as the attractions that are included within the group’s boundaries.   The event will take place from Noon-2 p.m. this Saturday, Nov. 4, […]

Dave Wright Reception Tonight

Come visit with Dave Wright as he announces his candidacy for Tennessee State Representative District 19 Thursday, November 2nd 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Corryton Senior Center 9331 Davis Drive Corryton, TN 37721 Please join us for Food, Fun & Fellowship

UT Welcomes Fans, Alumni to Homecoming Game Saturday

UT welcomes football fans and alumni to campus Saturday for Homecoming. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. EDT for the Volunteers’ game against the Golden Eagles of the University of Southern Mississippi. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. The SEC Network will televise the game. Fans may recognize a visibly enhanced security presence around the stadium […]

Your One Vote Counts

By Mike Steely It’s only local government, right? Your vote won’t make a difference so why bother, right? Wrong. November 7’s city council election might be close in several of the five races. As a city resident you can vote for all five of the contests. District residents decided the top two candidates in the […]

Mayor Rogero urges families without health insurance to review ACA options as 6-week open enrollment begins

Mayor Madeline Rogero is urging Knoxvillians without health insurance to learn about their options under the Affordable Care Act as open enrollment (and re-enrollment) begins Nov. 1 and ends Dec. 15.   “The Affordable Care Act is still an available resource,” Mayor Rogero said. “During open enrollment, we want to make it as easy as […]

Early Voting Ends Thursday; Election Next Tuesday

~ From the City of Knoxville’s Office of Neighborhoods   After months of campaigning and surviving a field of 30 candidates, 11 active contenders for five open seats on Knoxville City Council are down to their last full week of asking for votes before next Tuesday’s general election. Early voting ends Thursday.   To learn […]

Community Service Games to benefit Powell boy

Gunner Smith, a 10-year-old Powell Elementary School fourth grader, will be the recipient of proceeds from this year’s Careacter Star Community Service high school football games.   Smith, the son of Brittany and Brandon Smith, was diagnosed with brain cancer on August 20.   The 6th annual event gets underway Thursday night at 7 o’clock […]

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