Libraries continue to serve

Julia BruckFeature

Despite restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many public libraries continue to serve their communities and in partnership with the Tennessee State Library and Archives, are offering several online resources …

Knoxville updates 

Paige M. TravisFeature

City offices are closed on Friday, April 10, for the Good Friday holiday.
This closure includes the 311 Center, which operates the 311 and 211 phone numbers. Use KnoxvilleTN.gov/311 to submit an online …

Spring has not been cancelled

Shannon HerronFeature

Dogwood Arts cancelled its festival, music, chalk walk and art shows. But spring itself has not been cancelled.
The 2020 Dogwood Arts Festival has gone virtual. Originally scheduled for April 24-26, …

Let them shoot turkeys

Sandra ClarkFeature

Virtually everything is closed. City officials are taking down tennis nets and locking gates. The governor has ordered people to stay at home except for essential services. Yet today we …

Farmers Market Saturday in 4th and Gill

Sandra ClarkFeature

Nourish Knoxville: Winter Farmers Market, Saturday, April 4, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., held outside in the Historic 4th and Gill neighborhood, with farm & food vendors selling pasture-raised meats, …

Lee to meet with Kincannon, Jacobs

Sandra ClarkFeature

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee will be in Knoxville today to meet with mayors Indya Kincannon and Glenn Jacobs, and Dr. Martha Buchanan of the health department to discuss ways to …

It’s BYOB for NKBPA

Sandra ClarkFeature

North Knoxville Business & Professional Association is planning a virtual meeting this month. It’s “bring your own bacon” and join the group on Facebook at 8 a.m. Friday, April 10. …

Jacobs proposes loan to Zoo Knoxville

Sandra ClarkFeature

Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs has announced a plan to loan $500,000 to Zoo Knoxville to help overcome operating shortfalls during the facility’s COVID-19 closure. The loan will be made …