The new Democratic Chairman of the State of Tennessee spoke to one of the largest crowds in recent memory here in Knoxville.
5-Day Forecast: Some light rain/snow possible going into the weekend. Data courtesy of East Tennessee Storm Team.
The nominations have been tallied, and now it’s time for the community to vote for the next Knox Cash Mob location. The top five nominees (listed alphabetically) are: · Colonial Village Shopping Center (Colonial Hardware, Kay’s Ice Cream and The Village Bakery), 6202 Chapman Highway · McLemore Florist, 106 E Young High Pike · […]
March 4: Tim Easton + The High Jump Heart + author Kim Trevathan Singer-songwriter Tim Easton has been making folk-rock long before he moved to Nashville. In the early ’90s, his Akron, Ohio-based band The Haynes Boys were throwing down as hard as Uncle Tupelo and Whiskeytown without the acclaim. As a solo artist, Easton has crafted a […]
Daffodil Show The East Tennessee Daffodil Society will have a Daffodil Show, on Saturday, March 16 from 1-4 p.m. at First United Methodist Church of Maryville, at 804 Montvale Station Road, Maryville. The show is open to the public and is FREE. Daughters of the Confederacy meeting The Captain W. Y. C. Hannum Chapter […]
On Hallerin Hilton Hill radio show Dr. McIntyre just stated the Knoxville News Sentinel is practicing “irresponsible journalism” in regards to today’s Ritta Elementary School article. Good Journalism is not irresponsible!
The highest individual honor that can be attained at the University of Tennessee should be the retirement of a jersey of an outstanding performer, and a new process for retiring jerseys at UT has been finalized. Based on the new criteria and nominating process, three former student-athletes will join those who have previously honored with […]
KUB and its contractor will close one southbound lane on a short section of Western Avenue between Keith Avenue and Richmond Avenue from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Friday, March 1, as work is completed on the water distribution system. One southbound lane and both northbound lanes will remain open on this section of Western […]
Knox County School administrators held an emotionally charged meeting at Vine Middle School tonight. Many teachers and parents vented their frustration with the current climate at the school. One teacher stated “the hallways are running wild!” Another teacher admitted to being frustrated with factors such as attempting to contact a parent about a student and […]
State Representative Roger Kane just posted the following message on his Facebook wall. “Home School Parents, we have passed a bill in the Senate to allow home schoolers to play interscholastics sports at any public high school at the same cost a public school.child will pay. This is ground breaking news and I am thrilled […]