Protect your small business, employees & data from cyberattacks

According to a Small Business Administration (SBA) survey, 88% of small business owners felt their business was vulnerable to a cyberattack. Yet many businesses can’t afford professional IT solutions, have limited time to devote to cybersecurity or don’t know where to begin. The average cost of a single cyberattack against a small business in the United States is $25,612, according … Read More

The Christman Company adds Vicars as superintendent

Randy Vicars has joined The Christman Company as superintendent at the construction management and real estate development firm’s office in Knoxville, Tennessee. “Randy has a great breadth of experience with large, multi-million-dollar projects and the skills to deliver them safely, on time and within budget,” said Marty Gibbs, senior vice president and general manager for The Christman Company’s operations in … Read More

‘Jazz on the Square’ returns to Market Square with two months of performances

The sounds of jazz will fill Market Square in May and June with nine weekly performances from May 3 to June 28 starting with the Sam Adams Quartet and ending with the Margherita Fava Trio. Other “Jazz on the Square” performances will include artists such as Eric Reed, a world-class pianist and composer; Greg Tardy, saxophonist and a University of … Read More

The 2022-23 season of Broadway at the Tennessee presented by Greater Knoxville Honda Dealers could be the most exciting season yet

New subscription packages go on sale June 27 The excitement, emotion, and energy of Broadway reaches new heights at the Tennessee Theatre with a 2022-2023 lineup poised to entertain and delight. With six titles and a total of 56 performances, the complete lineup of the upcoming season of Broadway at the Tennessee Theatre is presented by Greater Knoxville Honda Dealers … Read More

Webb School dedicates new Governor’s Center for Innovation

Center offers entrepreneurship classes, maker spaces and STEM programs for community. Webb School of Knoxville administrators and community leaders officially dedicated this week the 4,500-square-foot Governor’s Center for Innovation, which is named after Webb School alum and former Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam. The center offers cutting-edge spaces to guide students through the cycle of innovation from theory to practical application. … Read More

Tips to reduce, reuse and recycle from your phone

Earth Day is usually associated with planting trees, cleaning the neighborhood or emptying out that forgotten closet. However, through its device trade-in program, UScellular is offering another way to mark the holiday. When customers trade in qualified smartphones online or in-store, they can get up to a $600 credit off their bill. In 2021, UScellular customers traded in more than … Read More

South College expands accounting program to include tax preparation concentration

South College has expanded its Associate of Science in Accounting program to offer a concentration in Tax Preparation. The program is available to students via the college’s online platform, as well as at its Knoxville, Tennessee campus. “The roots of South College from our 1882 founding are in business education, and our institution has a long history of offering quality … Read More

The Trust Company of Tennessee hires Kelly as wealth management associate

The Trust Company of Tennessee has hired Todd “TK” Kelly Jr. as a wealth management associate, based in the firm’s Knoxville office. Founded in 1987 and with offices in Chattanooga, Knoxville and the Tri-Cities, The Trust Company of Tennessee currently has more than $4.5 billion under management. The firm helps individuals, families, business owners and nonprofits make better financial decisions … Read More