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2014/10/25 17:20
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Most people usually don't think much about stormwater until their backyard is a puddle after a heavy rain, according to local stormwater officials. "Most of our problems are in more localized...
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2014/10/25 10:20
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As Knoxville looks to continue the revitalization of its urban core, it will get some guidance next month from the Steel City. Tom Murphy, a senior fellow at the Urban Land Institute and former mayor...
2014/10/25 02:20
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Knoxville residents Fawn Harrison and David Haynes visited about 100 old houses before finding the home they sought: a two-story house built in 1910. "You know how when you find the person you're...
2014/10/22 13:21
2014/10/22 13:21
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San Francisco-based home-sharing company Airbnb is on the cusp of legality in its home city. Airbnb offers up temporary rentals around the world, acting as an intermediary between those looking for a...
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...
2014/10/15 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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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...
2014/10/25 17:20
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