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2015/05/27 20:20
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KNOXVILLE — The city of Knoxville will launch a new website tonight for the first time since 2004. According to a news release, the new website is more user-friendly and visually...
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2015/05/20 11:20
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A committee on Tuesday recommended a 2.5 percent raise for employees of the Knox County E-911 Center while sending a critical message to the executive director, whose annual contract is up for...
2015/05/15 15:20
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When Bearden Elementary School closes its doors for the summer on Thursday, May 21, Bonnie Lockwood will say goodbye to the library she’s called home for 21 years. In all, Lockwood, who is retiring,...
2015/05/14 23:20
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After multiple proposals were on the table, the Knoxville College Board of Trustees put potential campus redevelopment in the hands of the board’s vice chairman, Leonard Adams. “The board of trustees...
2015/05/13 23:20
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The pictures alone are powerful: black-and-white images blown up to poster size, showing people with disabilities chained to the wheels of Greyhound buses, crawling up the Capitol stairs, snaking in...
2015/05/13 02:20
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Knoxville City Council members Tuesday give initial approval for a 60-day “cooling off period” for owners of historic properties who apply for demolition permits. “What this does is just gives the...
2015/05/12 22:20
2015/05/12 22:20
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Kevin Johnson, the mayor of Sacramento, Calif., and a former point guard for the Phoenix Suns, described a new technology-driven era for American cities during a visit to Knoxville on Tuesday and...
2015/05/12 14:30
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FHWA 33-15 Tuesday, May 12, 2015 Contact: Doug Hecox Tel: 202-366-0660 U.S. Transportation Secretary Visits Local Leaders to Discuss Knoxville's Proposed $271.1 Million Alcoa Highway...
2015/05/12 08:20
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Seven city workers drilled holes for sign posts and temporary fencing Monday along the cliffs at Quarry Lake in Fort Dickerson Park, where three men have jumped to their deaths in the last four...
2015/05/10 23:49
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The folk musician's rendition of the 19th century hymn 'We Shall Overcome' was adopted by activists in the 1960s. 'We Shall Overcome' was sung at the march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965, which was...
2015/05/09 11:20
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The annual Lincoln Day dinner featuring GOP heavyweight Haley Barbour on Monday brought out prospective candidates for Knox County elections in 2016. Some newcomers and incumbents planning to seek...
2015/05/09 10:20
2015/05/09 10:20
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Two soon-to-be Knoxville College graduates walked back and forth across the stage Friday in Rogers Memorial Baptist Church, practicing for today's commencement. Just down the hall, two hours later...
2015/05/05 18:13
2015/05/05 18:13
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Police have increased their presence on Knoxville's Third Creek Greenway since a woman was murdered there Sunday. The Knoxville News Sentinel (http://bit.ly/1Qi4xqP) reports...
2015/05/04 02:20
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Austin-East High School graduates line up in a hallway before making their entrance to a baccalaureate celebration at Overcoming Believers Church on Sunday, May 3, 2015. Recent high school, secondary...
2015/05/03 01:20
2015/05/03 01:20
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Folk singer and musician Guy Carawan, who introduced the song "We Shall Overcome" to those rallying for civil rights in the 1960s, died Saturday after a lengthy illness. He was 87. Mr. Carawan had...
2015/05/02 10:20
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Tennessee Republican Party Chairman Ryan Haynes said Friday he is still trying to determine the best time to resign from the 14th District state House seat he holds, although in a conference call with...
2015/04/30 00:20
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The Tennessee Valley Authority has awarded Knoxville a $7.12 million grant that will help more than 600 families in low-income areas save money on their utility bills. The program, called "Extreme...
2015/04/30 00:20
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Mayor Madeline Rogero Wednesday unveiled what she called a “practical and aspirational” budget plan that would invest in greenways, bike lanes, historic preservation, youth programs and the...
2015/04/30 00:20
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Sales of snow shovels and salt weren't enough to protect sales tax returns in Knox County against February's storms. This week Knox County Commission learned that its otherwise robust year in sales...
2015/04/29 22:20
2015/04/29 22:20
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Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero and a group of delegates will work with other city leaders at the Cities United conference in Philadelphia Thursday to explore strategies to reduce violence among black...
2015/05/27 20:20
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