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2015/04/21 01:20
2015/04/21 01:20
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Kyle Testerman and his family in 1969, from left, Muffet, wife Janet, youngest daughter Janet Lucille, and son Benjamin. In the original description for the photograph, "Baby Lucille Testerman, 2 1/2...
2015/04/21 01:20
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2015/04/20 21:20
2015/04/20 21:20
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The first development at Lakeshore Park will be a playground in memory of a child who loved baseball but died two days before his first game. Hank Rappé, the son of Dr. Matt and Brandy Rappé, died...
2015/04/19 00:20
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Knoxville residents got a chance to show their home planet a little extra love Saturday at the 16th annual EarthFest. The World’s Fair Park performance lawn held more than 100 exhibitors and...
2015/04/18 22:20
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When Madeline Rogero leaves office, the Knoxville mayor hopes to see plans made for a new public safety building, a decision on the future of the Civic Coliseum and momentum for growth on Magnolia...
2015/04/18 02:20
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Five were honored at the Knoxville Police Department’s Officer and Employees of the Year luncheon on Friday. KPD Chief David Rausch and Mayor Madeline Rogero presented Officer Todd Gilreath, Officer...
2015/04/15 22:20
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The Knox County E-911 Board of Directors expects to spend up to $25,000 to hire a consultant to review costs and options on two proposed emergency radio systems. The board also agreed to create an ad...
2015/04/15 19:23
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George Steele's involvement in the military dates back to the late 1930s, when his National Guard unit helped provide support during then-President Franklin Roosevelt's visit to Gatlinburg. "I was...
2015/04/13 23:20
2015/04/13 23:20
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It always helps to have a firefighter as a neighbor. For going above the call of duty, Capt. Kevin Faddis has been named the Knoxville Fire Department’s Firefighter of the 4th Quarter. On Oct. 6,...
2015/04/13 08:20
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U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., was about to eat at a Knoxville Chamber "Political Insight" luncheon Wednesday at the Crowne Plaza Hotel when he got a call from President Barack Obama. Chamber...
2015/04/12 01:20
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Former Knoxville Mayor Kyle C. Testerman, honored in February at Tyson Park with the naming for him of tennis courts where he played as a youth, died Saturday at Tennova Residential Hospice...
2015/04/10 22:20
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Police officer and Air Force veteran Ed Kingsbury will have to pay the current value if he wants to purchase credit for the years he spent in the military, Knoxville Pension Board members decided...
2015/04/10 00:20
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If ever there was a floating advertisement for the frightful amount of garbage that gets dumped in America’s waterways, it’s the barge fleet of Living Lands and Waters. The internationally-recognized...
2015/04/09 16:21
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The city of Knoxville is gearing up to make bicycling a more viable and attractive mode of transportation for residents. On Wednesday evening, the city and partnering organizations revealed the...
2015/04/08 01:20
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On an average day, Knoxville Area Rescue Ministries serves more than 1,000 meals, said Burt Rosen, its president and CEO. On an average night, its shelters sleep 400. But the 55-year-old faith-based...
2015/04/07 23:20
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In the crowded room at the John T. O’Connor Senior Citizen’s Center, volunteers sat with a paper chain woven through the aisles by their feet. Deisha Finley, Knoxville-Knox County Community Action...
2015/04/06 22:20
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The Bijou Theatre, the Holston Building and 30 Market Square are among the 24 properties under consideration for $500,000 in city grants for historic restoration. In all, the proposals totaled $1.6...
2015/04/05 10:20
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Knoxville failed for 15 years to tell military veterans who worked for the city they could buy into the city pension plan for a few thousand dollars each. Now that mistake could cost the city...
2015/04/05 01:20
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Gideon Fryer, affectionately known as the “Bishop of Fort Sanders,” will be forever watching over the corner of 16th Street and Laurel Avenue. More than 200 friends, former students and colleagues...
2015/04/02 21:56
2015/04/02 21:56
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – An advanced plastics manufacturer is opening a new manufacturing facility in Knox County that's expected to create more than 200 jobs. Hicks Plastics produces automotive...
2015/04/01 02:20
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When Madalyn Neal and Mary Elizabeth Dew joined their classmates in creating ProjectU, their goal was to help stop bullying before a tragic event happened. “When we were researching different...
2015/04/21 01:20
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