Home Federal Bank recently named Seymour resident Jennifer Collier vice president, Sevier County manager.
Sculptures created by 11 University of Tennessee art students that incorporated materials provided by steel recycler Gerdau will be on public display April 3-19 at the Knoxville Convention Center.
Knoxville, Tenn.-based EDP Biotech Corporation hopes to encourage greater colorectal cancer screening. ColoMarker, a simple blood test, is intended to reach “colonoscopy hold-outs.”
Home Federal Bank recently awarded $10,000 in scholarships to five University of Tennessee business students as part of its annual scholarship program at the UT College of Business Administration.
Home Federal Bank today launched its fifth Hometown Heroes community service awards program to honor outstanding volunteers who make East Tennessee a more comfortable place for all of us.
Junior Achievement of East Tennessee has named its East Tennessee Business Hall of Fame laureates for 2015: Amy Miles, Edward V. Pershing and Mintha Roach.
Steel recycler Gerdau has named maintenance mechanic Christopher Arnwine as 2014 Employee of the Year at its Knoxville mill.
Student sculptors from the University of Tennessee surveyed piles of discarded steel at Gerdau’s Knoxville mill, selected pieces that inspired them and will turn the materials into tributes of artistic reuse.
During Black History Month, WATE-TV Channel 6 will air “Knoxville Opera Goes to Church … A Celebration of Talent!” on Sunday, Feb. 15, at 3 p.m.
Messer Construction Co. recently hired UT graduate Kaitlyn Wilburn as a project engineer.