High school robotics teams have been working for weeks to create robots that can throw discs and scale pyramids in hopes of making the “Ultimate Ascent” to a first place finish at Tennessee’s largest US FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition – The Smoky Mountains Regional.
Rural/Metro Fire Department is proud to announce that Rural/Metro Fire Marshal Dan Johnson was recently named the Code Official of the Year by the East Tennessee Building Officials Association (ETBOA).
Home Federal Bank recently promoted 13 local employees to the position of assistant treasurer in several main office departments and area branch locations.
More than 200 physicians specializing in gastroenterology gathered in Boston over St. Patrick’s Day weekend for the third annual GI Roundtable, which was co-founded by Knoxville’s Dr. Bergein “Gene” Overholt of Gastrointestinal Associates.
It started as a chilly February afternoon. I had this idea to check my wife’s Pinterest account to find something she wanted for a Valentine’s Day gift. I found a dress on her style board and ordered it. I patted myself on the back for being a crafty Valentine’s shopper and devised a plan to get to my mail before … Read More
John Tarpley, attorney with Lewis, King, Krieg & Waldrop, PC, has been named chair of the ABA Journal’s Board of Editors. Currently a member of the board, Tarpley was elected to the chair position by the American Bar Association’s Board of Governors at its February meeting and will assume the leadership role in June.
For the 84th consecutive quarter, Home Federal Bank has earned the Bauer Financial Five-Star stability rating, the highest possible rating. This accomplishment is shared by fewer than 10 percent of the nation’s banks.
A commitment to making life better for America’s drivers means finding ways – big and small – to make their jobs easier, faster and more convenient. In keeping with that commitment, Pilot Flying J now offers diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) at the pump at 3,000 fuel lanes across the U.S.
Last year, more than 25,000 Knoxvillians journeyed back in time 65 million years to when dinosaurs ruled the earth. The Knoxville Convention Center is once again inviting families, young people and adults to “Discover the Dinosaurs” Friday through Sunday, March 22-24.
Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero recently announced the appointment of Andy Lorenz, vice president of Messer Construction Co., as the licensed general contractor representative on the Building Board of Adjustments and Appeals, serving through Jan. 1, 2018.