Photos taken from Concord, TN. On the Knox/Loudon County Line.
South Knox County Man Shot During Home Invasion Thursday, 31 January 2013 The Knox County Sheriff’s Office is searching for three suspects responsible for shooting a man during a Wednesday night home invasion in South Knox County. The victim of the shooting, 66-year-old Eddie Burnett Moore of Edington Road, stated that he was visiting his brother, Larry […]
The Knoxville Fire Department has sent out the following press release. “Around 10:30 p.m. Dispatchers received a 911 call from a woman reporting to be trapped by fire in her basement with no doors or windows. The caller stated that the only way to get to her location was through the main level of the […]
The inaugural Waynestock, which took place in 2011, was born out of a desire by friends and colleagues of long-time News Sentinel music writer Wayne Bledsoe to stage a benefit in the wake of the sudden death of his son, Andrew. Last year, […]
TDOT Commissioner John Schroer will join other TDOT officials in Knoxville on Monday, February 4, 2013 to update the status of the Henley Bridge Project. Monday’s event will begin at 11:00 a.m. ET and will last approximately 30 minutes. Who: TDOT Commissioner John Schroer TDOT Chief of Engineering/Deputy Commissioner Paul Degges TDOT Region 1 Director/Assistant […]
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SunTrust Bank presented Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett with a $318,000 E-commerce card rebate check on Wednesday, Jan. 30 at 1 p.m. in the Mayor’s Office. Look in Monday’s Focus for more details!
Knox County Commission passed an ordinance yesterday that prevents billboard companies from converting traditional existing billboards to digital billboards. The commission did not approve an ordinance that would effectually ban all new billboards. Nor did they approve another measure that would prohibit electronic messaging centers. Those two ordinances were sent back to the Metropolitan Planning […]
According to the National Weather Service in Morristown, very strong winds will develop late tonight ahead of an approaching cold front. Gusts as high as 50 to 60 MPH are possible in the highest terrain of the Southern Appalachians. Additionally the front brings the possibility of strong to severe thunderstorms on Wednesday ahead of a strong cold […]
AVID students at Northwest Middle School recently kicked off their annual Pennies for Patients fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. This year, their goal is to raise $4,250 which would bring their overall contribution over the last six years to be $20,000. Students have made special materials in support of Pennies for Patients and […]