LDA Engineering was recently selected by the Greeneville Water Commission to design and install a new raw water bar screen and intake structure system to alleviate operational issues at the East Tennessee town’s existing raw water intake structure on the bank of the Nolichucky River.
The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra concludes its Chamber Classics Series with Beethoven & Bon-Bons on Sunday, May 4.
Your smartphone or tablet can track your pet, find other animal lovers and promote responsible pet ownership. National Pet Week, May 5-11, is the perfect time to download some new apps and learn about all you can do from the palm of your hand.
A $5,000 donation from Home Federal Bank is helping the YMCA expand its Community Giving Garden program to the Cansler Family YMCA on Jessamine Street in East Knoxville.
Do you think you’re smarter than a fifth grader? You probably couldn’t beat any of these students. The nation’s best and brightest students from across the country are making their way to Knoxville to compete in a national four-day event.
The 2014 Academic Games Leagues of America National Tournament (AGLOA) will take place from Friday, April 25, to Monday, April 28, at the Knoxville Convention Center.
The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra will join the Hardin Valley Academy Orchestral Program for a “Side-by-Side” educational concert.
Knoxville’s two historic downtown theaters, the Tennessee and Bijou theatres, announced today a new partnership with Ticketmaster, the national’s foremost online ticketing service, to improve the ticket purchasing experience for customers.
The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra presents Grieg & Sibelius as part of its Moxley Carmichael Masterworks Series on Thursday, April 24 and Friday, April 25 at 7:30 p.m. at the Tennessee Theatre. Tickets start at $15 by calling 865-291-3310.
In honor of Earth Day, U.S. Cellular encourages people to recycle their old electronic devices and is providing incentives to do so. Customers can get up to $250 when they trade in qualified smartphones – including Apple® iPhones – at U.S. Cellular retail locations through the company’s Trade-in Program.
Today, South College-Asheville announces two new bachelor’s degree programs and is now enrolling students to begin classes May 12 in business administration and criminal justice.