Are high hopes for becoming healthier in 2013 falling lower on the list of priorities? If so, you are not alone. According to The New York Times, by the end of January a third of people have broken their New Year’s resolutions. March is National Nutrition Month, making it the perfect time to get back on track to a healthier lifestyle using smartphone applications recommended by U.S. Cellular.
The Knoxville Area Urban League invites area children, ages one through eight, to a “Birthday Party for Dr. Seuss” on Saturday, March 2, from 9-11 a.m. at the Cansler YMCA, 616 Jessamine Street in Knoxville.
U.S. Cellular (NYSE: USM), in conjunction with its partner, King Street Wireless, announced that additional East Tennessee communities will receive high-speed 4G LTE services by the end of 2013. Residents of McMinn County, Cocke County and Cookeville will enjoy access to 4G LTE speeds that are up to 10 times faster than 3G and similar to a cable Internet connection.
Forging Ahead has set an early voting rally for this Saturday, February 23, at the Mellow Mushroom on the Parkway in Pigeon Forge. Forging Ahead is the Pigeon Forge community group supporting continuing liquor-by-the-drink sales in licensed restaurants to generate funds for the city’s three public schools.
The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce the hiring of Music Therapist Alana Dellatan Seaton. Beginning February 14, 2013 her duties will include creating patient music therapy plans and working with musicians as part of the KSO’s award-winning Music & Wellness program.
2013 WOMEN TODAY EXPO CONTINUES TRADITION OF SHOPPING, ENTERTAINMENT AND THE ULTIMATE “DAY-OUT” EXPERIENCE FOR EAST TENNESSEE WOMEN
The 19th annual Knoxville News Sentinel Women Today expo returns to the Knoxville Convention Center on March 1-3, 2013.
Car enthusiasts can enjoy new vendors and the latest models in cars, trucks and SUVs when the 25th annual Knoxville News Sentinel Auto Show, presented by ORNL Federal Credit Union, returns to the Knoxville Convention Center February 22-24, 2013.
When Mabel the Beagle was surrendered to Young-Williams Animal Center she was clinically obese, weighing a whopping 67 pounds. The shelter took in the overweight pooch with the hope of finding a new home for Mabel.
Pilot presented a $42,500 donation to The Salvation Army on Feb. 13 at the Pilot Food Mart on Merchants Drive. The money was raised through the support and donations of Knoxville customers during the annual Red Kettle Campaign.
Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center has been recognized by The Joint Commission and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association as meeting The Joint Commission’s standards for Disease-Specific Care Comprehensive Stroke Center Certification. That means it is part of an elite group of providers focused on complex stroke care. Complex stroke centers are recognized as industry leaders and are responsible for setting the national agenda in highly specialized stroke care.