Rodney A. Fields has been named the managing partner of the law firm Lewis, King, Krieg & Waldrop, P.C.’s Knoxville office. Fields joined the firm in 1991 and became a Shareholder in 1997. He serves on the firm’s Board of Directors and manages Lewis King’s Business Practice Group.
The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra invites iconic trumpeter and former Tonight Show band leader Doc Severinsen to perform “Italian Style” with the orchestra for the Knoxville News Sentinel Pops Series.
Wojciech Kopec of Searcy, Ark., won the ninth annual Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon on Sunday, April 7. In a field of about 7,500 participants in six races, Kopec finished the 26.2-mile men’s full marathon with a time of 2:22:15.
Community Health Alliance (CHA), Tennessee’s health insurance CO-OP, and Summit Medical Group have entered into a collaborative partnership to provide consumers with comprehensive patient-centered care. This is the first of many managed care agreements Community Health Alliance is developing across the state as it assembles its network of preferred providers.
The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra continues its Moxley Carmichael Masterworks Series with performances of the Verdi Requiem on April 18 and 19. Maestro Lucas Richman conducts the Orchestra, joined by the Knoxville Choral Society and special guest vocalists. The concert will take place on Thursday, April 18 and Friday, April 19 at 7:30 p.m. at the Tennessee Theatre. These concerts are sponsored by Mercedes Benz of Knoxville.
Lisa Ramsay Cole was recently named president and managing shareholder of the law firm Lewis, King, Krieg, and Waldrop, P.C. She became managing partner of the firm’s Nashville office in 2011 and will retain that position as well.
Springtime in East Tennessee brings sunshine, Dogwood blooms, outdoor events – and, sadly, many homeless puppies.
U.S. Cellular is launching an industry-first trial program to allow consumers to test drive its network – with no commitment and no cost. And Knoxville is one of the first cities that get to try it out.
KCDC, CITY OF KNOXVILLE CELEBRATE PROGRESS IN FIVE POINTS, SHARE VISION FOR REVITALIZED NEIGHBORHOOD
Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation (KCDC) Chairman of the Board of Commissioners Culver Schmid shared a vision of a revitalized Five Points and celebrated progress made in affordable housing at an event hosted by KCDC and the city of Knoxville’s Community Development Department on April 1 in Paul Hogue Park.
PETSAFE ‘BARK FOR YOUR PARK’ CONTEST LAUNCHES MAY 1, PRIZE MONEY FOR LOCAL DOG PARKS INCREASES TO $200,000
PetSafe, a leading innovator in pet behavior and lifestyle solutions, is offering its third annual “Bark for Your Park” nationwide contest with more prize money and more opportunity to win funding for a local dog park. The contest launches May 1, and by the end of summer, five U.S. cities will share in $200,000 in funding for local off-leash dog parks.