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Lunch with Rick
State Rep. Rick Staples offered five city council members-elect a piece of advice when he hosted them for lunch at Jackie’s Dream on Friday: “Don’t be a blurter,” he said,...
KCDC staff treats residents to luncheon
Residents of Guy B. Love Towers in Old North Knoxville got a special treat Nov. 17, with the Resident Appreciation Luncheon, an event developed by apartment manager Steve Ellis. Now...
Here come the school board candidates: meet Jaggers and Satterfield
With Gwen McKenzie’s win, East Knoxvillians finally reached the other side of a hard-fought District 6 city council race – but political season never really ends, and it’s time to...
Dee White’s big adventure
On a recent October morning, Dee White piled into her car with a Masai warrior and took off for the beach. “It struck me, here was a 70-year-old woman driving...
East High honorees
The Knoxville East High School Alumni Association has presented its sixth class of inductees into the group’s “Hall of Fame.” Pictured are (front) Mamosa Foster, widow of John B. Foster,...
Centro Hispano’s Claudia Caballero steers a dynamic community not-for-profit
Claudia Caballero began working as the executive director of Centro Hispano de East Tennessee in July 2016, just a couple of days after moving here from Texas. She hasn’t slowed...
Town Hall East to host home experts
Six home experts will speak at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 13, at Town Hall East. The group meets at Eastminster Presbyterian Church fellowship hall, 4904 Asheville Hwy. Speakers are: Jonathan...
First Tennessee supports the Change Center
Mayor Madeline Rogero welcomed officials from First Tennessee Bank to the Change Center on Tuesday morning. The bankers brought a ceremonial check for $100,000, signaling a five-year commitment to support...
Walking with Ronnie
The day before Halloween, after Ronnie Collins took his morning walk, he was inspired to post a couple of before and after pictures on his Facebook page. One was taken...
Ridgedale gets grant for garden tools
Ridgedale School in northwest Knox County can replace its gardening tools, which were reported stolen last week in a story by Tom King here. Knox County Commissioner Randy Smith, who...
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