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Construction work continues near Oak Ridge's Walgreens on a new building with pharmacy and restaurant space. [Read More]
My hero, Ed Westcott, Manhattan Project Photographer, turns 97 years of age on Sunday, Jan. 20. Ed first came to the Clinton Engineer Works and... [Read More]
Oak Ridge City Council presented the Oak Ridge High School Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps with the city flag at Council's meeting Monday night.... [Read More]
About five years ago, I was at an event at the Chattanooga Trade Center, and some great people were seated at the same table: local... [Read More]
Oak Ridge Housing Authority Commissioner Anne Dunthorn said Wednesday that homelessness is a problem in Oak Ridge — although some have denied that fact. [Read More]
As the American Museum of Science and Energy has closed to open next month at a new location in the Main Street Oak Ridge development,... [Read More]
Eleven Oak Ridge High School students are National Merit semifinalists because of their high scores on a preliminary college exam. [Read More]
As Don Carlson, 58, hovers over the metal assortment of fine-toothed cogs and tightly wound springs, time stands still. [Read More]
Tennessee Centennial Golf Course continues to get funds for repairs from Oak Ridge City Council. [Read More]
The flat top house restored for visitors to the American Museum of Science and Energy will move on Oct. 2 to its new home at... [Read More]
Senior Rhiannon Lucas, commanding officer of the Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC) at Oak Ridge High School, saluted as the U.S. flag was... [Read More]
A crowd of 100-plus people lined up Thursday outside the old American Museum of Science and Energy building, ready to purchase various items of memorabilia... [Read More]
Tourism may save Anderson County residents' tax money — $306 per household. [Read More]
Listen-Up-4-Literacy, which will be held at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 17, at Pollard Auditorium on the Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) campus. [Read More]
The spacious room - lined with fading black-and-white photographs, old gas masks and mining equipment - is suddenly filled with the deep, booming voice of... [Read More]
Nathaniel William Revis lived in my neighborhood. I have walked past his house almost daily for many years. I rarely saw him and had only... [Read More]
The city of Oak Ridge announced on July 12 a decision to wait until the Oak Ridge High School football season is complete to begin... [Read More]
Kris Light kneels down over a patch of grass and grabs a handful of green, gelatinous muck. She turns it in her fingers and confidently... [Read More]
Phil Bredesen, former Tennessee governor and current Democratic U.S. senatorial candidate talked about his proposed plan for rural broadband services at an event in Oak... [Read More]
Oak Ridge City Council will make its final vote on increasing the property tax rate by 2 cents during its meeting set for 7 tonight. [Read More]