East Tennessee Historical Society Announces COVID-19-Related Temporary Closing of Museum, Public Program Cancellations

“The East Tennessee Historical Society (ETHS) values the well-being of its members, patrons and visitors from East Tennessee and throughout the world, and we are committed to do our part to keep our communities safe from the spread of the CoronaVirus (COVID-19),” said Executive Director Cherel Henderson.   “In accordance with the guidance from the […]

Stream Scenes to Break the Boredom of Social Distancing

Tennessee Aquarium Offering Virtual Visits, Educational Materials and Behind-the-Scenes Content   At a time when millions of people find themselves confined to their homes, the monotonous prospect of weeks trapped indoors can be daunting, especially for parents of young children. Fortunately, although its doors are temporarily closed, the Tennessee Aquarium has many resources available so […]

Knoxville Opera announces postponements and cancellations

As everyone in our community deals with the COVID-19 virus situation, please be assured that the health and safety of our staff, artists, and community is Knoxville Opera’s top priority. Taking into account the CDC’s current guidelines, Knoxville Opera is taking the following actions regarding our scheduled public activities: March 29 Knoxville Opera Guild “Opera […]

Dogwood Arts postponing annual events

The health and safety of our community is our top priority. Following the recommendation from the City of Knoxville and the Center for Disease Control, Dogwood Arts has made the difficult decision to postpone all events through May 11, 2020. The current recommendation is that for the next eight weeks all gatherings of 50 or […]

Updated: City-county meeting cancellations

The March 30 Beaer Board meeting has been cancelled. Its agenda will be added to the April 27 meeting. The March 25, 2020, Board of Zoning & Appeals meeting has been cancelled due to the concerns over the COVID-19 virus. All applications will be postponed to the April 29 meeting. The Knox County Commission work […]

Vietnam War memorial event postponed at Fulton High School

  The Vietnam War memorial ceremony and monument dedication scheduled for March 28 at Fulton High School has been postponed. Fulton High alumni made the decision in accordance with official health recommendations about public gatherings due to concerns about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The community’s health and safety is the top priority, so event organizers […]

DHS customers encouraged to apply online during COVID-19 Emergency

The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) is encouraging its customers to stay home during the COVID-19 state of emergency and take advantage of the online resources that are available. This includes new resources that were made available online this week for those with a financial need who were impacted by the March 3rd tornado […]

Knox County Schools closed through April 3

Dear Knox County Schools families, In an effort to help further mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Knox County Schools will close until Friday, April 3, 2020. This includes all school-sponsored and community events. Please know this is a rapidly evolving situation and we will communicate with our families as new information becomes available. Thank you […]

Free Meals For All: Clinton City Schools

FREE MEALS FOR ALL: CLINTON CITY SCHOOLS WILL BE SERVING FREE GRAB AND GO BREAKFAST AND LUNCH TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 0-18 DURING SCHOOL CLOSURES AT NORTH CLINTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL! ALL COMMUNITY MEMBERS CAN COME. YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A CLINTON CITY STUDENT TO EAT!Location: North Clinton Elementary Breakfast – 8:00-9:30 Lunch – 10:00-1:00 […]

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