Bikes and fossil fish: Free fun for families

Sandra ClarkLocal

Looking for free fun for fall? Check out these two upcoming events:
Knoxville Regional Bicycle Program is offering free bicycle classes to both children and adults. These 30-minute classes are customized …

Become a volunteer forester

Sandra ClarkLocal, Uncategorized

Trees Knoxville’s second Volunteer Forester Training begins Monday, Sept. 18, and ends Monday, Oct. 9, with four three-hours sessions on consecutive Mondays meeting at different locations in the city, the …

A gift from God

Sandra ClarkLocal

Note: We last heard from Ft. Sanders resident Bill Young as he pondered the potential clash between defenders of and objectors to a Civil War commemorative statue in his neighborhood. …

Library gets Rotary boost

Sandra ClarkLocal, Uncategorized

The library at Sarah Moore Greene Magnet Academy got a boost in August as a team from the Volunteer Rotary Club donated books, furniture and computer equipment valued at $6,300. …

Four tapped for Hope Street Group

Sandra ClarkLocal, Uncategorized

Four Knox County educators are among 20 public school teachers selected statewide for the Hope Street Group fellowship. They are:

Ashely Corey – West High School – social studies
Amy Crawford – …

It’s Demirjian’s orchestra now

Harold DuckettLocal, Uncategorized

Aram Demirjian, the Knoxville Symphony’s new conductor and music director, is ready for his first real season. Although he was appointed to the position in May 2016, he already had …

‘Cheers’ tonight on Market Square

Sandra ClarkLocal

Let’s party on Market Square tonight at a combined benefit for Legacy Parks Foundation and WDVX Radio, presented by Blackhorse Brewery.
That was the pitch made by Roger Harb when we …

Bach for free

Harold DuckettLocal

Everybody likes free stuff. Everybody likes good stuff. But free and good don’t often happen together, especially when it comes to great music. But Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at Oak …