Ronald K. Isaacs and Mikel A. Towe, recent graduates of the University of Tennessee College of Law, have joined the Lewis, King, Krieg & Waldrop law firm. Both are associates working out of the firm’s Knoxville office with a focus on general civil litigation.
The ability to drive helps senior citizens stay mobile and independent, but the risk of being involved in a motor vehicle accident increases with age. An average of 500 older adults are injured every day in crashes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Five local teams of architects, engineers, construction companies and other organizations will come together to construct huge holiday-themed art sculptures made of canned food items – and it’s all to help fight hunger in East Tennessee.
Lamar Dunn and Associates, Inc. (LDA Engineering) recently hired Bruce Conatser, Justin Gilland and Dennis A. Shepherd, professionals with a combined 80 years of experience in the construction industry, to serve as resident project representatives. Shepherd and Conatser will operate from the Knoxville office, and Gilland will work in Morristown, Tenn.
In celebration of the Christmas season, Home Federal Bank invites its East Tennessee neighbors to enjoy two free showings of “It’s a Wonderful Life” on the big screen at the historic Tennessee Theatre on Sunday, Dec. 8.
ELDER ADVOCATES TO HOLD FREE SEMINAR, ‘MEDICARE ENROLLMENT 101’, PROVIDE UNBIASED ADVICE FOR SENIORS, CAREGIVERS
Medicare Open Enrollment ends Dec. 7, and for seniors and their family members and caregivers, understanding the various Medicare parts can be daunting and confusing. A variety of businesses and organizations offer advice during open enrollment, but most are affiliated with specific insurance companies, and therefore, do not always provide objective advice.
Continuing a tradition that began in 1912, the mission of the News Sentinel Empty Stocking Fund is to provide food and toys to disadvantaged East Tennesseans. With the holidays quickly approaching, the program is accepting donations and registering volunteers in anticipation of assembling and distributing 3,600 food baskets.
The Tennessee Theatre announced today that Becky Hancock, recently hired as manager of communications and outreach, will serve as interim executive director following the resignation of Tom Cervone, who is leaving to take a position with the University of Tennessee.
U.S. Cellular (NYSE: USM) launched the fifth annual Calling All Communities (CAC) campaign on Monday, Nov. 4. It challenges schools to rally community support for the chance to win a share of $500,000 to fund what their students need the most to succeed. The top 20 schools that garner the most community votes will each win $25,000 to use as they wish to enhance their educational experience.
Whether you prefer to call and text, or you are a technology enthusiast who wants all the bells and whistles of a power-packed smartphone, U.S. Cellular (NYSE: USM) encourages customers to visit its five updated locations in East Tennessee.