The Trust Company of Tennessee’s Carr earns national 40 Under 40 honors

Miranda Carr, chief investment officer for The Trust Company of Tennessee, has been selected to be a member of the 2023 class of 40 Under 40 by InvestmentNews. The honorees are chosen for the national recognition based on accomplishments, contributions to the financial advice and investing professions, leadership and potential. “Since joining The Trust Company of Tennessee in 2018, Miranda … Read More

South College Asheville launches Licensed Practical Nursing certificate program upon earning initial approval by North Carolina Board of Nursing

South College Asheville has earned initial approval for its Certificate in Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) program by the North Carolina Board of Nursing, allowing launch of the program in June 2023. The board cited the 100% pass rate of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) graduates on the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) in 2022 in its approval of … Read More

The Christman Company’s Knoxville region earns national award for safety excellence

The Christman Company’s Knoxville region has been recognized with the 2022 Platinum STEP Award by the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC). This honor, presented annually by the national construction industry trade association, signifies a company’s commitment to jobsite safety and exemplary safety programs. “Safety is a fundamental aspect of our operations at The Christman Company,” said Marty Gibbs, senior vice … Read More

UScellular Donates $28,150 in Wireless Hotspots and Service to Tennessee Golf Foundation

Eligible Non-profit Organizations Encouraged to Apply To help provide equitable learning access and opportunities and keep local youth connected, UScellular has donated 25 wireless hotspots and two years of service, valued at $28,150, to Tennessee Golf Foundation as part of its After School Access Project. UScellular’s After School Access Project provides free mobile hotspots and service to nonprofits that support … Read More

Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation board elects officers

Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation (KCDC) has elected 2023-24 officers for its Board of Commissioners. Kimberly Henry, an associate wealth management advisor for Axiom Wealth Management, will serve as chair. Scott Broyles, president and CEO at National Safe Skies Alliance, will take the role as vice chair. Felix Harris, vice president of housing and community development for the Knoxville Area Urban … Read More

Moxley Carmichael hires Leslie Wylie Bateman as account executive

Moxley Carmichael has hired Leslie Wylie Bateman as an account executive to develop and implement communication strategies for the company’s clients. “Leslie’s creative energy, forward-thinking mindset, talent for crafting compelling stories and enthusiastic and institutional understanding of our community make her a wonderful fit for our team,” said Lauren Miller, CEO of Moxley Carmichael. “We are excited to see the … Read More

Clarksville-Montgomery County School System files lawsuit against social media companies amid growing mental health crisis

Clarksville-Montgomery County School System (CMCSS) has filed a lawsuit against social media companies for the damages and growing mental health crisis among students. The lawsuit seeks actionable accountability, tools and resources to address the lack of protections, monitors, controls and cooperation to protect children. Companies included in the lawsuit include Meta, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat, Google, WhatsApp and YouTube (Meta … Read More

South College Atlanta launches Doctor of Physical Therapy program

South College Atlanta is launching a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program upon being granted candidate for accreditation status from the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE). “South College strives to offer programs that will enhance communities, as well as the lives of our students,” said Josh Huffaker, campus president of South College Atlanta. “We are excited to … Read More

2023 State of Housing Report outlines shifts in market, changes ahead

Housing prices and inventory expected to stay steady as sales subside The Knoxville Area Association of REALTORS® (KAAR) has released its 2023 State of Housing Report, an annual analysis of the local housing and real estate market and its outlook for the upcoming year that takes into account the waning effects of the pandemic and persistent impact of high interest … Read More