New information has surfaced about the coronavirus outbreak, and the virus has officially arrived in Knox County. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville has released major decisions regarding precautions against the virus.
Discounts, numbers and pie! Local restaurants and bakeries celebrate Pi Day by offering discounts in the form of a mathematical constant.
The 13th annual Mardi Growl festival took place in Downtown Knoxville on March 7. Dogs and their owners crowded the streets to participate in the activities and have some fun in the sun.
Joy Williams reads pieces from the humorous, yet contemplative, “Ninety-Nine Stories of God” as part of the Creative Writing Series at UT. These events aim to instill confidence in writers.
A recent earthquake with a magnitude of 3.8 occurred near Knoxville. Some people felt the seismic waves in the downtown area among the historic, old buildings.
Building a rain garden can help ease flooding, especially if the whole neighborhood participates.
Students and community member gather to engage in dialogue about issues facing black Americans.
Presidential candidate Bloomberg tells Knoxville climate activists he will not support the Green New Deal
Michael Bloomberg has shown in the past that he is an advocate for climate change but told activists that he doesn’t believe the Green New Deal will work.
Not everyone will have a home to go to this holiday season. How is Knoxville addressing this issue?
“Pancakes at Pendergrass” was hosted in the Pendergrass Library on Dec. 3. The event was a way for students to relax and take care of themselves as finals week starts.