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$7.5 million federal grant to bring supportive housing for seniors to Austin Homes site
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em deactivates colex equipment oak ridge EM deactivates COLEX equipment, advances mercury cleanup at Y-12
OAK RIDGE, TN – Crews are nearly finished deactivating the second of three collections of old, mercury-contaminated equipment surrounding the Alpha-4 facility at the Y-12 National Security Complex at Oak Ridge.
christmas company donates to isaiah 117 house Christman Company donates goods to Knox County Isaiah 117 House
The Christman Company has donated needed goods, including clothing and backpacks, to the Knox County Isaiah 117 House so that children entering the foster care system can have new, clean items at a stressful time when comfort is needed.
knoxville skyline populas Populus expands mobility management solution to City of Knoxville
KNOXVILLE — Populus, the industry-leading platform for cities to manage transportation and mobility services, announced an agreement with the City of Knoxville to provide its robust mobility management platform to the city.
national park volunteers National Park volunteers honored with regional recognition
GSMNP - Great Smoky Mountains National Park is pleased to announce that the Elk Bugle Corp and Luftee Rover volunteers recently received the Regional Hartzog Award for Outstanding Volunteer Group. These 70 volunteers were recognized for their extraordinary service in 2020.
knoxville college Knoxville College wants to add housing
KNOXVILLE - The East Tennessee Design Center recently finished plans to help renovate the old Faculty Residence Building on the campus of Knoxville College, Knoxville's very own Historically Black College
oak ridge hot cell removal Oak Ridge prepares for removal of final hot cell at former lab
OAK RIDGE, TN – Crews are getting ready to deactivate the final hot cell of the former Radioisotope Development Laboratory at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in advance of demolishing the structure.

colin powell First African American Joint Chiefs Chairman also was the youngest
Retired Army Gen. Colin L. Powell, who was an ROTC cadet, rose to become the first Black chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the youngest, and later served as secretary of state, died today at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, in Bethesda, Maryland. He was 84.
governor lee disability community Gov. Lee visits leaders to discuss Tennessee’s progress in serving disability community
NASHVILLE, TN – Gov. Lee met with leaders in the disability community yesterday to discuss how Tennessee is leading in providing supports to individuals with disabilities.

City announces $35 million in strategic investments, community assistance

Public invited to comment on future Foothills Parkway construction and improvements

Tennessee to leverage state lands for tourism in rural, distressed counties

Updated SNAP benefits effective October 1

TBI releases annual ‘Crime In Tennessee’ publication

Mayor Moves

Middlebrook appointed to new cabinet level position: Director of Community Safety

Governor's Corner

Gov. Lee introduces legislation for megasite special session

Gov. Lee asks Tennesseans to provide state education funding input

Gov. Lee calls special session for the Tennessee General Assembly on historic Ford investment

Governor Lee proclaims October cooperative month

Untold Tennessee: Gov. Lee announces yearlong 225 celebration

Senator & Congress Seats

Blackburn & Blumenthal to hold hearing with Snapchat, TikTok, YouTube on social media’s impact on children

Blackburn visits border, demands Biden take action “This cannot continue”

Blackburn visits southern border amid heightened crisis

Too much Facebook time is harmful to your child’s health

bobblehead museumEveryone nods in agreement at National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum ut gardens plant of the month magnoliaUT Gardens Plant of the Month

New TCAT venture to be built for Blue Oval City
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced a new Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) to be developed on the Memphis Regional Megasite in conjunction with Ford Motor Company and SK Innovation’s Blue Oval City.

wildlife rabies combat
USDA combats wildlife rabies in North Carolina and surrounding states
oak ridge cleanup
Crews deactivating 23 buildings in Oak Ridge’s new cleanup chapter
emerald academy academic growth
Emerald Academy results show highest possible a cademic growth
kcdc breaks ground
KCDC breaks ground on future Head Start facility at Western Heights
gatlinburg inn
Army Staff Sgt. Knauss honored in dignified transfer
laurel falls project
Laurel Falls congestion management pilot project begins
cades cove accessible trail
Park celebrates completion of new accessible trail in Cades Cove
delaney museum groundbreaking Groundbreaking for Delaney Museum at Beck
ornl waste disposal
Crews clean up reactor pool to prepare for ORNL facility demolition
kat all electric buses
Knoxville introduces all-electric buses to KAT fleet
city storm pipes City gets proactive with deteriorated stormwater pipes division of forestry tree seedlings Orders now accepted for Division of Forestry tree seedlings

Memphis regional megasite lands $5.6 billion investment from Ford Motor Company
Tennesseans pick new license plate design
National Quartet Convention remains in Pigeon Forge through 2031
City's investment in Austin Homes revitalization reaches $12.5 million
Knox County lawyer Grace Gardner suspended
New sidewalks to be built in Lonsdale
Military phase of evacuation ends, as does America's longest war
Georgia man drowns at Abrams Falls
Fatal Motorcycle Accident on Foothills Parkway
$8 million grant for Knoxville Downtown Island Airport
DOD identifies Marine Corps, Navy, Army Casualties
City reserves 11 downtown parking spaces for quick stops, errands
Norris Lake earns #2 spot in America to buy a lake house
National Park tourism creates $1.38 billion in economic benefits
National Park visitor cited for feeding bear
Blount County lawyer censured
Tennessee students excel at National History Day
Great Smoky Mountains National Park attracts 6th most annual car, RV campers
Los Angeles investor acquires Knoxville build to rent community for $23 million
City celebrates $4.8 million grant for additional electric buses
Council approves City funds to serve at-risk youth
$2 million committed to Burlington streetscape project
Smokies nonprofit documents life in understudied area of National Park
Campbell County lawyer suspended
Seven men arrested, charged in human trafficking operation
Oak Ridge demolishes biology complex
National Park closes backcountry campsite due to bear incident
Former attorney indicted, accused of stealing from clien
Zoo Knoxville's Wanto gorilla dies
• Mark Alan Deakins indicted for sexual exploitation of children

Man arrested for possessing large quantities of methamphetamine, cocaine
National Park Superintendent Cash takes home top award
GEM Commmunity Development Group makes landmark investment
Woman indicted, charged with stealing thousands from former employer
Y-12 employees use decades-old technology for current application
TVA and five companies add electric vehicle fast chargers to connect Gulf Coast, Midwest and Atlantic state destinations
Anti-human trafficking partnership launched by Gov. Bill Lee
Kincannon budget supports KAT’S transition to electric buses
Knox County lawyer Wendell Hall disbarred
Knox County lawyer censured
Roane County lawyer censured
Cookeville man indicted, accused of threatening Sevier County judge, two attorneys
Former firefighter charged in Weakley County church fire
Knoxville earns Tree Cities of the World recognition
Former officer charged, accused of assaulting juvenile
AG Crime Unit steps up citations for off-road users in areas of state forests
Sidewalks on Waterfront Drive, 3 other streets to be constructed by late 2021
Operation Volunteer Strong recovers 150 missing children in Tennessee
New East Knoxville greenway to connect parks, botanical garden
Another Knox County lawyer suspended
Knox County lawyer censured
Knoxville lawyer permanently disbarred
City investing $1.6 million to build sidewalks along Old Broadway
City’s online chatbot available in Spanish
Service proposes listing for the rare sickle darter fish

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