Help Pick the 10 Plants that Changed Tennessee

Nominations Being Solicited to Help State’s Educational Curricula   Have an opinion about the beauty or utility of the state’s greenery? Researchers with the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture are accepting nominations to help determine a list of the 10 plants that have had the greatest impact on Tennessee.   Imagine Florida without oranges […]

Public meeting on two brownfield cleanup projects tonight

NOTE: Northbound Broadway is closed at Jackson Avenue today due to utility work. Motorists leaving downtown to attend the City’s public meeting on brownfields at St. John’s Lutheran Church should follow this detour route: Leaving downtown, take either North Gay Street or North Central Street to 5th  Avenue, turn left onto 5th Avenue, turn right […]

Tennessee State Parks Offers Free, Guided Spring Hikes Statewide

  NASHVILLE – Tennessee’s 56 State Parks are hosting free, guided hikes statewide on Saturday, March 24 to highlight the amenities and programming available during one of Tennessee’s most beautiful seasons. “Our Rangers are trained to share the rich history of Tennessee’s public lands in a way that excites the imagination and leaves you wanting […]

Grief Recovery Course

Thursdays beginning April 5, 2018 through May 10, 2018 (a six week course) 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. at O’Connor Senior Center, 611 Winona Street  Registration: $20/person; $30/couple Lunch is included with your registration. Instructor: Joy Gaertner, Certified Grief Recovery Specialist Curriculum includes “The Grief Recovery Handbook” by John W. James and Russell Friedman The […]

Solid waste management facility to reopen today

The City of Knoxville’s Solid Waste Management Facility will reopen at 8 a.m. tomorrow, March 17, after a fire in one of its garbage pits Thursday night. City crews have been on site today cleaning and assessing the damage from the fire.   The facility, located at 1033 Elm St., will operate as usual on […]

April Events Introduce Living Creatively with Parkinson’s Disease

The Arts & Culture Alliance is pleased to present a new project, presentation, and exhibition entitled “Living Creatively with Parkinson’s Disease”, which introduce recent research demonstrating definitively that Parkinson’s disease, coupled with intake of dopamine-based medication, is causing some people to be more creative. The project is designed by Knoxville architect David Denton and sponsored […]

This Week’s Tennessee Tourism Round Up

You don’t need the luck of the Irish to find a unique celebration this St. Patrick’s Day. Here’s what’s going on across Tennessee this week to inspire you to get out and enjoy a taste of spring. For a complete list of events, visit Ongoing Pigeon Forge – The entire month of March is […]

Dogwood Arts Highlighting Our Region’s Natural Beauty

The mission of Dogwood Arts is to promote and celebrate our region’s art, culture, and natural beauty. Dogwood Arts is excited to kick-off our spring celebration with an event that will highlight the natural beauty component of our mission.  This event is open to the public with a $5 suggested on-site donation. Parking is available […]

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