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Bob Booker and Brock Garland are the 2018 recipients of the Community Leadership and Youth Leadership awards. [Read More]
Eden Carnes, an eighth grade homeschool student from Friendsville, earned first place for the third consecutive year at the East Tennessee History Day in the... [Read More]
A look around the nursery reveals what you might expect to find — bottles, formula, wipes, warming blankets in a well-controlled environment. [Read More]
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Knoxville's Prestige Cleaners and Prestige Tuxedos has opened its first location in Blount County and also expanded with an in-home, on-site division. [Read More]
BarberMcMurry Architects has added Heather Beck as communications manager and promoted Ellen DeVoe to associate. [Read More]
Tennessee has the sixth lowest tax rates in the country, according to a recent WalletHub study. [Read More]
His sneakers were hung up and his mind was made up, or so he thought. [Read More]
The final minutes of Thursday's state quarterfinal game painstakingly ticked away for the Alcoa boys basketball team. [Read More]
Famous mascots, logos and characters from books and songs are being tossed aside in this modern, more politically correct world. The Aunt Jemima of today... [Read More]
Celebrate the coming of spring with a fun family educational event on Saturday, March 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the UT Gardens. [Read More]
Gina Lee Darlene Ridge Parks, 46, passed away March 13, 2018. [Read More]
This year's "Light Up the Night for Parkinson's" fundraising gala to benefit the PJ Parkinson's Support Group will take place Friday, May 4, at Bridgewater... [Read More]
First Tennessee's parent company, First Horizon National Corp., has been named one of the Top Companies for Executive Women by the National Association for Female... [Read More]
The defender tried to get around the seal from Grant Williams, but the Tennessee big man was too strong. The pass from John Fulkerson led... [Read More]
The Blount County Commission has approved $175,000 worth of repairs to a one-lane bridge over Little River at Kinzel Springs that's been closed to traffic... [Read More]
Woman not seriously injured after driving off Topside Road into muddy waters of Fort Loudoun Lake, officials say. [Read More]
The Louisville Board of Mayor and Aldermen reported late Tuesday that the town has a cash-on-hand balance of more than $2 million. [Read More]
Firefighters said two Maryville businesses had to close down Thursday after a fire started in the building that houses both firms. [Read More]
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