Messer Construction Co. has been selected by the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Tennessee to receive its prestigious 2014 Build Tennessee Award. One of eight award winners, Messer was honored in the $10-plus million renovation category for its Madison Police Precinct and Crime Lab renovation project in Nashville.
When a Chihuahua was found abandoned in a shed with five other animals last month, her future was uncertain to say the least. She suffered from a heart murmur that endangered her life, but the Harry and Carolyn Galbraith Animal Compassion Fund at Young-Williams Animal Center sponsored a surgery at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine that ultimately saved her.
Priority Ambulance today announced its intention to purchase Kunkel Ambulance Service of Utica, N.Y., subject to approval of the sale by the New York State Department of Health.
The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra continues its Moxley Carmichael Masterworks Series with Johann Sebastian Bach’s Six Brandenburg Concerti over two performances. The concerts are sponsored by Partners Development and will take place on Thursday, March 20 and Friday, March 21 at 7:30 p.m. at the Tennessee Theatre.
Rob Webb has joined Priority Ambulance as part of its corporate management team. Webb, who will serve as vice president of Tennessee operations, will oversee the company’s emergency and nonemergency medical transport services in Knox County and the surrounding areas.
Home Federal Bank today launched its fourth Hometown Heroes awards program to honor everyday citizens who do extraordinary things for others and for their community.
Christian Academy of Knoxville junior Christian Bruner replaced a valve in a pig’s heart under the direction of one of the area’s top heart surgeons at school Thursday. That’s not an experience very many high school students can put on a college application.
Gerdau recently named Tim Perry 2013 Employee of the Year for its Knoxville mill. Perry, a crane operator, was nominated by coworkers and selected by administration in recognition of his excellent work ethic and positive attitude.
South College School of Pharmacy students are immersed in learning about prescription medications, but they also promote wellness in hopes of preventing diseases that cause the public to have to visit them.
The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra will perform for more than 2,500 youth as part of the Very Young People’s Concerts. There are two performances: Tuesday, February 25 at the Tennessee Theatre in Knoxville and Wednesday, February 26 at the Clayton Center for the Arts in Maryville.