Concerts on Cumberland series continues with Echoing Air at St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral

The Concerts on Cumberland series continues Friday, March 8, when Echoing Air, an elegant baroque group, will perform at St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral. Echoing Air features two world-renowned countertenors in its six-piece, dynamic ensemble. The group specializes in the repertoire of the English Baroque, with an emphasis on chamber works featuring countertenor voices with baroque ensemble. The concert, which begins … Read More

South College School of Business & Technology earns accreditation candidacy

The South College School of Business & Technology has earned accreditation candidate status from the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE), which determined that the college’s business programs are eligible for review. South College, a private institution regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, will pursue IACBE accreditation for the accounting and business … Read More

AC Entertainment promotes Ted Heinig to vice president

AC Entertainment has promoted entertainment industry veteran Ted Heinig to vice president of the company. AC Entertainment is internationally recognized as an innovative leader in creating, producing, booking, and marketing first-class live entertainment experiences – from festivals and concerts to all types of special events. Previously serving as AC Entertainment’s vice president of concerts, Heinig’s role will expand to oversee … Read More

U.S. Cellular’s ultimate ‘team parent’ survival guide: Helping sports parents stay organized, on track and in the game

Sports families are constantly on the go, with hectic schedules, coordinating carpools, trips to away games, food sign-ups and team dinners. Keeping all the details of family life straight between work, home and sports can be a real challenge. That’s why U.S. Cellular is offering tips to help parents stay on top of their game. “Parents can use smartphones to … Read More

Nationwide surveys: Summit Medical Group locations top in patient experience

Summit Medical Group locations excel in overall patient experience, according to patient surveys conducted by SurveyVitals. In 2018, 15 Summit Medical Group locations ranked in the top 10 percent for patient experience among healthcare providers nationwide. In addition, Summit Medical Group’s overall composite score for all physician locations is 4.81 out of 5 stars. “In our mission to improve the … Read More

Tranzonic Companies hires Adam Campbell as maintenance manager

The Tranzonic Companies recently hired Adam W. Campbell as maintenance manager at the national manufacturing firm’s West Knoxville facility. Based in Cleveland, Ohio, The Tranzonic Companies has been in business for more than 90 years and manufactures wiping cloths; personal hygiene products; textiles; washroom supplies and accessories; wiping and cleaning supplies; and safety products. The Knoxville facility, located off Hardin … Read More

South College in Nashville to launch dental assisting, hygiene programs

South College will launch at its Nashville campus two new programs in dental assisting and hygiene with the first classes scheduled to start in April. Last year, South College applied to the American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) for initial accreditation to start the two programs – an Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene and a Certificate in … Read More

2019 Symphony ShowHouse to be held at Regas Square luxury condominiums

The Knoxville Symphony League Designer ShowHouse will be held at Regas Square luxury condominiums in June with local designers creating beautiful settings in four different residential units. The 2019 Symphony ShowHouse, which will take place June 12-30 in downtown Knoxville, will include more than 7,000 square feet of decorated space on the sixth floor of the building, located at 333 … Read More

Pilot campaigns raise more than $57,000 for two nonprofits

Pilot Convenience Stores presented checks totaling more than $57,000 to two East Tennessee nonprofit organizations on Feb. 12 at the Pilot Convenience Store at 5402 Rutledge Pike in Knoxville. The first, a $21,225 check to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), was raised during a fundraising campaign last November at East Tennessee Pilot convenience stores. During that time, Pilot guests … Read More