Middlebrook to head PARC

Sandra ClarkOur Town Leaders

Mayor Indya Kincannon has appointed LaKenya R. Middlebrook, attorney and chair of the Knox County Democratic Party, to serve as executive director of the city’s Police Advisory & Review Committee …

It is time to listen

Jonathan ClarkOur Town Leaders

In mid-September 2019, we, The Carpetbag Theatre Inc., ran our final production of six re-imagined plays from our 50th Anniversary Celebration Series, Red Summer. This story, penned from first-hand accounts …

Leading by example

Larry Van GuilderOur Town Leaders

Count me among the thousands locally who could not get along half so well without the efforts of an essential yet too often overlooked band of local leaders and heroes, …

Kennedy builds youth and buildings

Sandra ClarkOur Town Leaders

Johnson & Galyon Construction is building one of Knoxville’s largest projects – the $115 million expansion now underway at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center. We wrote about that project here.
Doug …

UT honorees miss banquet

Sandra ClarkOur Town Leaders

University of Tennessee honorees who didn’t get a Chancellor’s Honors banquet are being recognized online. Sorry, guys.
Torchbearers: Six seniors are being recognized for their academic achievement, leadership and outstanding service: …

KAWE seeks ‘Notable Woman’ nominations

Sandra ClarkOur Town Leaders

The Knoxville Association of Women Executives (KAWE) annually recognizes one outstanding woman who has affected the strategic direction of an organization, contributed to her community, and maintained a life balance …