Gerdau’s Knoxville plant has again earned the ISO 14001 certification, an international distinction that recognizes the mill’s environmental management system. The plant first pursued and achieved this voluntary certification in 2007. Its 2013 certification recently became official.
Halloween means lots of little feet running door to door and across streets, and Rural/Metro wants them all to get home safely.
Rural/Metro Fire Department Lieutenant Brian Woods accepts the Insurance Professionals of Greater Knoxville (IPGK) Firefighter of the Year Award from IPGK member Sean Thompson of Strategic Technical Resource, Inc. at an Oct. 15 ceremony at the Bearden Banquet Hall. Woods was honored for the creation and implementation of an innovative firefighting training program integrated into the curriculum of South-Doyle High School.
The Insurance Professionals of Greater Knoxville (IPGK) has named Rural/Metro Lieutenant Brian Woods as the Firefighter of the Year for the Knoxville area.
South College School of Pharmacy students are learning to fill prescription medications, yet they are reversing the process and taking them back on Saturday, Oct. 26.
With cooler weather just around the corner, KUB is encouraging customers to think “safety first” when using natural gas.
Young-Williams Animal Center is one of 38 animal rescue organizations nationwide that have received funding from the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) to participate in the Mega Match-a-thon adoption event Oct. 18-20.
On Oct. 16, Pilot presented checks totaling more than $75,000 to three area not-for-profit organizations.
Joyce Floyd, Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation (KCDC) Director of Strategic Planning and Special Projects, was recently elected President of the Tennessee Association of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities (TAHRA) to serve a two-year term that began this September.
The $17.2 million Kingsport Aquatic Center has been named Project of the Year by the Tennessee Chapter of the American Public Works Association. The center offers Kingsport residents and visitors year-round access to aquatic fitness and recreation activities.
The City of Kingsport has earned statewide recognition for the Kingsport Aquatic Center, a rousing recreational success in East Tennessee.
Jerry Harnish has been confirmed as the permanent regional director of Rural/Metro of Tennessee.