Six sculptures created by University of Tennessee art students and incorporating scrap materials provided by steel recycler Gerdau were unveiled April 29.
The Arbor Day Foundation has once again designated KUB as a Tree Line USA® utility.
For the 88th consecutive quarter, Home Federal Bank has earned the BauerFinancial Five-Star stability rating, the highest possible rating. This five-star rating is shared by fewer than 10 percent of the nation’s banks.
A springtime tradition returns to downtown Knoxville as Home Federal Bank presents Symphony on the Square, a free concert by the Knoxville Symphony Chamber Orchestra.
Fort Kid, an iconic Knoxville playground, is going to be renovated for its future and connected to its past as part of a two-phase project in 2014.
Alexander C. “Andy” Shafer, president of Shafer Insurance Agency, was recently elected to the Home Federal Bank board of directors.
Home Federal Bank recently awarded $10,000 in scholarships to seven University of Tennessee business students as part of its annual scholarship program at the UT College of Business Administration.
Home Federal Bank of Tennessee recently announced the reelection of four board members and the addition of one board member.
Public nominations for Home Federal Bank’s Hometown Heroes community service awards are due Friday, March 28. The program honors everyday citizens who do extraordinary things for others and for their community and also financially supports area nonprofits.