Secretary Hargett Warns Tennessee Businesses of “Certificate of Existence” Scam

Secretary of State Tre Hargett is warning Tennessee business owners about a scam that has recently resurfaced targeting businesses with a deceptive mailer from a company that goes by two names: Tennessee Certificate Service and TN Certificate of Existence Filing Company. “Our Division of Business and Charitable Organizations and I personally have heard of multiple complaints from business […]

TDOT Launches Plan for Pothole Repair

This month’s back-to-back winter storms have created an abundance of potholes along interstates and state highways. TDOT is using all available staffing to repair the damaged areas as quickly as possible.   As the weather allows, multiple crews will be patching potholes over the coming days and weeks. Cold mix asphalt is currently being used […]

Joint statement released by area hospitals

A Message from Knoxville-Area Hospitals To the Communities We Serve, As we prepare to face a third year of battling the COVID-19 pandemic, our communities are still in an emergency. Health care systems continue to be under unprecedented strain. We remain committed to delivering the medical services needed by our communities, but we need your […]

Marsha Blackburn: This School Choice Week, Put Students First

This past year, schools transformed into political battlegrounds. The goal of providing a great education was pushed aside by partisan agendas and school board meeting debates. As a new semester begins, an already cracked system is slowly crumbling under pressure from political activists.   Most recently, the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) demanded a stop to […]

Deadline Extended for Neighbor of the Year Nominations

Nominations for the Neighbor of the Year will now be accepted through Friday, Jan. 28, 2022. Be thinking… Do you know someone who goes the extra mile to make their neighborhood a better place? Perhaps they welcome new neighbors, volunteer to help neighbors in distress or work tirelessly in service to the entire neighborhood and/or […]

 Secretary Hargett Launches 2022 Statewide Poll Worker Recruitment Campaign

  On National Poll Worker Recruitment Day, Secretary of State Tre Hargett launched a new statewide campaign, Be an Election Hero. Become a Poll Worker., to encourage Tennesseans to serve their community as poll workers for the 2022 election cycle. “We cannot run elections in Tennessee without poll workers. They are the most fundamental piece […]

Carson-Newman online education program ranked No. 2 in Tennessee

Nursing program ranks No. 3 in state   Carson-Newman University’s online graduate education program is the No. 2 in the state according to U.S. News & World Report. Released today, the ranking also places the program in the top slot among Tennessee’s private institutions.   Additionally, Carson-Newman’s nursing program garnered the No.3 spot in the […]

CASA of East Tennessee Hosts Tenth Annual Red Shoe Gala Fundraiser

UPDATE: CASA of East Tennessee has made the difficult decision to postpone the 10th Annual Red Shoe Gala until spring, in an effort to keep all attendees as safe as possible. The event is now tentatively scheduled for April 30th at Jackson Terminal. Look for more information regarding ticket purchasing in early March. CASA of East […]

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