Town Hall East Pumpkin Pie Social

Come out to the Fellowship Hall at Eastminster Presbyterian on Monday, November 11, at 7 p.m. for the regularly scheduled Town Hall East meeting. THE will conduct a bit of business and bring you up to date on some prospective traffic calming studies on Green Valley, Holston Hills Road and Chilhowee Drive. A Boy Scout […]

Authors Guild of Tennessee November meeting

The Authors Guild of Tennessee will hold its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, November 7 at 11:00 a.m. at Faith Lutheran Church, 225 Jamestowne Blvd, Farragut, TN 37934. Published authors are invited to attend. Info:authorsguildoftn.org. This month’s program will be presented by Aaron Russell, CEO and editor for Historic Union County Publications.

Veterans Day Parade set for Monday, Nov. 11

Retired U.S. Army Capt. Mark Brogan will serve as Grand Marshal for Knoxville’s 94th Veterans Day Parade on Monday, Nov. 11.   The annual parade held in downtown Knoxville will step off at 10:45 a.m. from the Knoxville Civic Auditorium, proceed west on Church Avenue and turn north on Gay Street.   Led by the […]

Tennessee State Representative Jason Zachary works with Tennessee Department of Transportation to re-open turn lanes on Concord Road

“Tennessee State Representative Jason Zachary works with Tennessee Department of Transportation to re-open turn lanes on Concord Road.   Thursday October 31st Representative Jason Zachary announced he was in contact with Steve Borden the Director/Assistant Chief Engineer of TDOT Region 1 and a solution to re-open the right turn lane would occur in five to […]

Members of the Democratic Socialists of America have endorsed three candidates for the Knoxville City Council

“Members of the Democratic Socialists of America have endorsed three candidates for the Knoxville City Council, apparently as part of a movement to get candidates elected in states that support U.S. Republican President Donald Trump.   The DSA has endorsed candidates Amelia Parker, Charles Al-Bawi, and David Hayes.   This, according to Parker’s campaign page, […]

Is a park a promise?

By Christopher Salmons Parkridge resident On Tuesday, November 5, 2019 the fate of Caswell Park and subsequently all Knoxville City Parks will be decided. Is the park system a land bank for politicians to gift or develop for pet projects or is a Park a Promise? City of Knoxville officials have been on a quest […]

SBA Kicks off National Veterans Small Business Week 2019

Veteran-owned businesses contribute nearly $1 trillion each year to U.S. economy   WASHINGTON – The U.S. Small Business Administration will celebrate the accomplishments of veteran, service member, and military spouse small business owners nationwide during National Veterans Small Business Week, Nov. 4-8.   “This week is dedicated to celebrating the nation’s 2.5 million veteran-owned businesses who […]

Has the city administration been open and transparent regarding Caswell Park? You be the judge

By James Waldrup Parkridge resident The City of Knoxville, and, more specifically, the political appointees of Mayor Rogero’s Administration, are desperately trying to steal OUR park land and give it away (for free!) to a private nonprofit developer.  Many partial-truths and some outright misrepresentations have been generated about this park and the process by the […]

Thompson’s Picks Propel UT To Homecoming Victory

~ from UTAD Sophomore cornerback Bryce Thompson tied a single-game school record with three interceptions, and Tennessee converted four UAB turnovers into 20 points Saturday night en route to a 30-7 Homecoming victory in front of a crowd of 85,791 at Neyland Stadium. Tennessee, which won for the third time in its last four outings, improved to […]

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