PBS’s highest-rated ongoing primetime series Antiques Roadshow, a production of WGBH Boston, visits Knoxville as part of an eight-city summer production tour. East Tennessee PBS will host Antiques Roadshow during their local stay. The all-day appraisal event will be held at the Knoxville Convention Center on Saturday, July 13.
The Kingsport Aquatic Center has made a big splash, welcoming tens of thousands of Kingsport residents and area visitors since its opening just over a month ago.
Employees from Gerdau’s Knoxville steel mill were out in force to participate for Knox Area Rescue Ministries’ 11th annual Dragon Boat Festival on June 22 at Concord Park. Donations from Gerdau to the organization totaled nearly $1,800.
Pilot Flying J announced today it broke ground on a new Pilot Travel Center in Belmont, Ohio. The travel center will feature full amenities for professional drivers.
A $6,000 award from the 2012 ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge helped Young-Williams Animal Center move a step closer in fulfilling its mission to reduce the pet overpopulation by spaying and neutering more animals.
LDA Engineering announced the hiring of Steve Drummer as senior civil engineer to help serve clients in Tennessee, Southeast Kentucky and Southwest Virginia. Drummer has 34 years of experience in municipal engineering, site development, transportation and drainage design and construction.
Leave fireworks to the professionals, Rural/Metro Fire Chief Jerry Harnish recommends. While fireworks are synonymous with Fourth of July and Independence Day celebrations, the explosives are also the cause of dangerous fires, millions of dollars in damages and nearly 10,000 emergency room visits nationally each year.
The 15 nationwide finalist cities in the PetSafe “Bark for Your Park” contest want the world to know why they deserve to win a dog park – and if you agree with them, they want your votes!
Summer weather is here, bringing with it outdoor activities, bathing suits, and other motivators for many people who want to get healthy and get in shape.
The Knoxville Convention Center was recently awarded LEED Silver Certification for Existing Buildings by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) for the facility’s sustainable operational policies. The facility is the first convention center Tennessee to achieve LEED certification for its green initiatives.