Young-Williams Animal Center to compete for $50,000 in national challenge

Young-Williams Animal Center could win $50,000 in the national Fund the Shelters Challenge and needs its supporters to get on board – and get online. The Michelson Found Animals Foundation has joined forces with NBC and Telemundo to create the new competition. The Fund the Shelters Challenge offers an even bigger opportunity than past campaigns for animal welfare advocates to … Read More

Dave & Buster’s now hiring for more than 200 positions at new Sevierville location

Ultimate entertainment destination to open in Millers Landing near Tanger Outlets in April 2019 Dave & Buster’s is slated to open its Sevierville location in the Millers Landing shopping center this April and is looking to hire more than 200 enthusiastic individuals to join the team. There are both front and back-of-house positions available, including servers, bartenders, hosts, line cooks, … Read More

Winners announced in U.S. Cellular’s fourth annual Black History Month Art Contest

U.S. Cellular announced the three winners of its fourth annual Black History Month Art Competition with the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley at a celebration at the Regal Teen Center club earlier today. In January, club members created original pieces of artwork in recognition of influential African-Americans, including business people, athletes, historical figures and celebrities. The 10 … Read More

Concerts on Cumberland series continues with Echoing Air at St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral

The Concerts on Cumberland series continues Friday, March 8, when Echoing Air, an elegant baroque group, will perform at St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral. Echoing Air features two world-renowned countertenors in its six-piece, dynamic ensemble. The group specializes in the repertoire of the English Baroque, with an emphasis on chamber works featuring countertenor voices with baroque ensemble. The concert, which begins … Read More

U.S. Cellular’s ultimate ‘team parent’ survival guide: Helping sports parents stay organized, on track and in the game

Sports families are constantly on the go, with hectic schedules, coordinating carpools, trips to away games, food sign-ups and team dinners. Keeping all the details of family life straight between work, home and sports can be a real challenge. That’s why U.S. Cellular is offering tips to help parents stay on top of their game. “Parents can use smartphones to … Read More

2019 Symphony ShowHouse to be held at Regas Square luxury condominiums

The Knoxville Symphony League Designer ShowHouse will be held at Regas Square luxury condominiums in June with local designers creating beautiful settings in four different residential units. The 2019 Symphony ShowHouse, which will take place June 12-30 in downtown Knoxville, will include more than 7,000 square feet of decorated space on the sixth floor of the building, located at 333 … Read More

U.S. Cellular announces The Future of Good 16 Under 16

Through The Future of Good program, U.S. Cellular has selected 16 young humanitarians under 16 for the inspirational acts of good they do in their communities. Representing many types of service, these 16 youths were selected out of hundreds of nominations from across the country as those who are making an important impact on the community around them and connecting … Read More

Young-Williams Animal Center receives surprise $750,000 grant from Petco Foundation

Today, Young-Williams Animal Center celebrated a surprise Valentine’s Day grant for $750,000 from the Petco Foundation to support the shelter’s lifesaving animal rescue efforts in Knoxville. Representatives from the Petco Foundation and Petco joined the shelter’s staff and leadership to surprise Young-Williams Animal Center with a check presentation and Valentine’s Day lunch, along with toys and treats for the animals. … Read More

KSO announces spectacular Masterworks, Chamber Classics lineup for 2019-20

The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra has announced the lineup of its 2019-2020 classical season featuring the 250th commemorative year of Beethoven, a SHIFT Festival sendoff to Washington, D.C., world premiere violin concerto tied to Richard Jolley’s world-acclaimed “Cycle of Life” glass and steel installation, holiday favorites, traditional classics, Appalachian folk  and more. Subscriptions to the Moxley Carmichael Masterworks and the Chamber … Read More

Hillcrest Healthcare selects Barry Davis as president and CEO

Hillcrest Healthcare Communities has named Barry Davis as president and chief executive officer of the largest provider of skilled nursing care in Knoxville. Davis served Hillcrest Healthcare as vice chair of its board of directors from 2013-2018, then held a five-month term as president-elect before being named president and CEO of the company. Prior to joining Hillcrest in his new … Read More