KBA to hold phone clinic for veterans

Jay FitzFeature

The Knoxville Bar Association is pleased to announce a phone-in Legal Advice Clinic for Veterans on Wednesday, June 9, from noon to 2 p.m. in an effort to serve veterans …

Cameron Brooks sets Pet Portrait Day

Betty BeanFeature

When Cameron Brooks was a little guy, he fell in love with his neighbor’s Golden Retrievers, and waited for the day when he could have one (or two or three) …

The Blue Streak returns

Sandra ClarkFeature

The Swag (a mountain retreat near Waynesville, N.C.) celebrated its 40th year and Cynthia Moxley was there. The Blue Streak is back! There are 20 or so pictures of people, …

Cohen urges electronic tax filing

Sandra ClarkFeature

U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Memphis) has provided information on the current tax filing season. The emphasis is his:
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced that the nation’s tax season will begin …

ECO shows ‘improved’ outlook for most retail

Dave MillerFeature

First Horizon Bank is financing an area Economic Conditions Outlook report through the Knoxville Chamber. Each month, the report lists economic indicators, based on a monthly survey of businesses in …

Knoxville snow removal plan

Paige M. TravisFeature

When winter weather arrives, rest assured: Knoxville’s Public Service Department is trained, prepared and fully equipped to respond.
“We always plan ahead and look for ways to improve our response to …

‘Big Give Knox’ can boost nonprofits

Sandra ClarkFeature

COVID-19 has cost local nonprofits over $20 million, according to a recent survey. United Way CEO Matt Ryerson calls it a perfect storm.
“Due to the pandemic, we have seen an …

Health insurance open enrollment period nears

Paige M. TravisFeature

Area residents without health insurance can receive personal assistance to learn about their options under the Affordable Care Act’s Health Insurance Marketplace during the open enrollment period, which begins Nov. …