New bridge at Mineral Springs

Eric VreelandUncategorized

Within budget and slightly ahead of schedule, the city’s new $1.2 million Mineral Springs Avenue bridge and sidewalk have opened – just in time to complement a new nearby sidewalk …

Wow factor at Axle’s new headquarters

Sandra ClarkUncategorized

Axle Logistics officially opened its new Knoxville headquarters on July 1. Located at 835 North Central, the new space is a restored 1920’s era car dealership. The renovated space includes …

Two promoted at LMU Law

Kate ReaganUncategorized

Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law has announced two promotions for faculty members in the new academic year.
Jason Smith, assistant professor, has been promoted to director of legal writing. Smith …

Women Build plans two Habitat homes

April TimkoUncategorized

Volunteers and sponsors of primarily women joined Knoxville Habitat for Humanity and future homeowner Diane Latimore to raise the walls of Latimore’s affordable home as 2021 Women Build began on …

McKenzie to discuss first year

Sandra ClarkUncategorized

State Rep. Sam McKenzie will hold a “My First Year” Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, June 22, from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Change Center, located on Harriett Tubman Street.
Rep. McKenzie will …

Western Heights meeting is Wednesday

Sandra ClarkUncategorized

Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation is seeking input for improvements to the Western Heights community and surrounding Beaumont neighborhood. All interested persons are invited to a meeting from 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, …