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2014/10/21 22:20
2014/10/21 22:20
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Tuesday morning's sun put new solar panels to work on the rooftop of the Jacob Building at Chilhowee Park, as city officials and private investors celebrated an agreement to sell energy to the...
2014/10/21 22:20
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2014/10/15 02:20
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Knoxville bicycle and pedestrian advocates arrived at Tuesday night’s 20-minute City Council meeting ready to answer questions on complete streets and received a sign of support without having to do...
2014/10/11 02:20
2014/10/11 02:20
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Imagine a Henley Street with pedestrian and bicycle traffic that leads residents and visitors to a downtown performing arts center where the old State Supreme Court building sits today. Cut...
2014/10/07 01:20
2014/10/07 01:20
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Some of Knoxville’s most well known public properties will get meticulous attention from an Urban Land Institute panel who plan to give city officials advice on future use. “We have developer types....
2014/10/06 10:20
2014/10/06 10:20
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced more than $52 million in grants nationwide to support local and regional food systems. As part of the announcement, the Knoxville-Knox County...
2014/10/03 23:20
2014/10/03 23:20
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U.S. Rep. John J. Duncan Jr. and Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero spoke about the importance of maintaining local heritage Friday while helping celebrate Knoxville's 223rd birthday. "Knoxville was a...
2014/10/03 20:56
2014/10/03 20:56
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... are so many people downtown on any given night that it’s amazing,” says Trent, executive director of Knox Heritage, a historic preservation group that was a catalyst for...
2014/10/03 10:20
2014/10/03 10:20
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Depending on money any given year, Knoxville-based CONNECT Ministries provides summer internship programs for two to 12 low-income, young adults. That’s out of an estimated 23,336 city residents,...
2014/10/03 01:20
2014/10/03 01:20
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Knox County Democrats renewed their vows of unity and, of course, took some good-natured jabs at Republicans on Thursday night at the party's annual Truman Day Dinner at the Foundry at World's Fair...
2014/10/01 14:20
2014/10/01 14:20
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KNOXVILLE — More than 125 East Tennessee veterans from World War II and the Korean War flew from McGhee Tyson Airport to Washington on Wednesday morning to see the memorials built to honor their...
2014/09/26 20:56
2014/09/26 20:56
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Dawn Distler was a bus driver for 10 years, but these days she does her work from the passenger seat. Knoxville’s new director of transit, on the job since June 1, rides the Knoxville Area Transit...
2014/09/23 10:20
2014/09/23 10:20
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Almost 100 killings in the last 11 years were committed by black offenders on black victims, according to a Knoxville police analysis. The death of those 96 victims are 96 too many for leaders of the...
2014/09/23 10:20
2014/09/23 10:20
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Good things come to those who skate. That’s one idea, anyway, as city officials address black-on-black violent crime. Knoxville’s mayor, police chief, a church pastor, other adults and almost 200...
2014/09/20 18:21
2014/09/20 18:21
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Knoxville Police Chief David Rausch, left, ascends the steps at the base of the Sunsphere with local firefighters, police, EMS, and military members during the Knoxville 9-11 Memorial Stair Climb on...
2014/09/20 00:20
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City workers on Friday began draining Fountain City Lake to clear the algae that has clogged the lake bottom and fix a leak in an earthen berm that caused water levels to decline, officials...
2014/09/19 19:20
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For the third year, the Alzheimer's Pansy Project will decorate the Knoxville area with orange and purple pansies, to spark awareness for Alzheimer's disease. Proceeds from the sales will benefit the...
2014/10/21 22:20
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