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regas squareRegas Square development officially launches
KNOXVILLE — At a preview party event, developer Joe Petre of Conversion Properties, Inc., today formally announced the launch of Regas Square, a $36 million, six-story luxury midrise offering 101 condominium units and restaurant and retail space.

Located in one of the city’s most dynamic areas and encompassing nearly a city block, Regas Square offers close proximity to restaurants, cafes, shops, salons, entertainment venues and galleries of downtown Knoxville and also the University of Tennessee campus.
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tbi patientResearch, Technology Aid Effort to Help Traumatic Brain Injury Patients
By Shannon Collins, DOD

WASHINGTON — Since the Vietnam War, doctors have seen an increase in service members returning from combat with traumatic brain injuries from blasts and improvised explosive devices. At the National Intrepid Center of Excellence, a directorate of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, doctors and therapists use research and technology to help service members with TBI in their recovery.

Dr. Louis French, the center’s deputy director, said NICoE uses this research and technology to study the structure and metabolic activity in the brain, how it metabolizes glucose, where the blood flow is, and the electrical activity in the brain.
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tennessee jetboat adventures
Cool down with a jet boat adventure on the
French Broad River

digital archives
New digital collection of family histories available
walt hitch
Steak and Potatoes Field Day scheduled for August 2
lloyd branson
KMA Romantic Spirits: A 19th Century Masterworks Exhibition
emporium center exhibit
New exhibitions opening at the Emporium Center on August 5

ardlan khalili
Knoxville student researches high altitude spacecraft test platform development

TVA helps airports, FedEx achieve cleaner air
KNOXVILLE — The Tennessee Valley Authority has partnered with four Valley airports and Federal Express to replace a portion of their diesel-powered ground support equipment with no emissions, all-electric gear.
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History Center to commemorate the 8th of August
The East Tennessee Historical Society has partnered with East Tennessee PBS and the Beck Cultural Exchange Center to commemorate the 8th of August as the date traditionally observed as the day on which Andrew Johnson freed his slaves.
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Top 10 Tennessee consumer complaints 2015
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance’s (TDCI) Division of Consumer Affairs has released results of a national survey of the top 10 consumer complaints. Phony IRS agents and other imposter scams topped the list of fastest-growing complaints to state and local consumer protection agencies last year.

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West Town Mall extends hours for Tax Free Weekend, July 29-31
Another school year is about to begin, and West Town Mall is gearing up to help local shoppers stock up on all the necessities this season during 2016 Tax Free Weekend.
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TDCI Securities Division offers self-defense tips for senior investors
NASHVILLE – With recent news of scam artists preying on seniors, the Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance’s (TDCI) Securities Division is renewing its call to older investors to stay informed to avoid financial exploitation.
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State Fire Marshal offers safety tips for outdoor music festivals
With the summer season quickly approaching, music lovers are counting down the days until the kick off of Tennessee’s major outdoor festivals such as Bonnaroo in Manchester, the CMA Music Festival in Nashville, Chattanooga’s Riverbend Festival and others across the state. The State Fire Marshal’s Office reminds music fans to always incorporate safety into their plans for summer music, no matter the festival.
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FBI Tip Line can save lives
A tip to the FBI Tip Line —no matter how cryptic, innocuous, or far-fetched the information may seem—can help prevent violent acts.
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