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Focus on the Law: Help for victims of domestic violence

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  Domestic violence occurs across all segments of our society, regardless of race, education, income or sexual orientation.  Whether you are aware of it…

Dylan ‘dusts’ off the veteran drag racers

Gibbs High junior to run at Pomona in NHRA finals By Steve Williams California, Here I Come! That’s the feeling around Dylan Kiser’s family these days. Kiser’s outstanding career as…

Knoxville Focus for October 21, 2013

Knoxville Focus for October 21, 2013

Click here to view this week’s Focus. Councilman Nick Della Volpe: Fighting for the 4th District By Tasha Mahurin Tasha@knoxfocus.com “I believe in strong, healthy neighborhoods and rational growth,” 4th…

Knox Countians Share The Blame

Knox Countians Share The Blame

By Focus Staff Knox County residents feel there is plenty of blame to share in the recent shutdown of the government. This week’s Knoxville Focus poll asked the question, “As…

$22 Million TIF for Baptist Hospital Project

$22 Million TIF for Baptist Hospital Project

By Mike Steely Steelym@knoxfocus.com The partial opening of the Henley Street Bridge last week was a welcomed event for South Knoxville businesses and residents, and the plans the city is…

Tennessee’s Old Gray Fox: Albert Gore

Tennessee’s Old Gray Fox: Albert Gore

By Ray Hill The name Gore conjures in Tennessee thoughts of former Vice President Albert Gore, Jr., but his father was a very successful politician in an age when it…

Central High Honors Three Alumni

Central High Honors Three Alumni

The Central High School Foundation and the CHS Alumni Association are proud to honor three distinguished alumni as additions to the Central “Wall of Fame.”  This year’s honorees are: Charles…

‘Banged up’ Irish nab Senior Night win over Scott

‘Banged up’ Irish nab Senior Night win over Scott

By Ken Lay A bruised and battered Catholic High School football team overcame injuries and turnovers to nab a 35-2 District 4-AA victory against Scott Friday night before a packed…

The Doctor is in: Varmints

By Dr. Jim Ferguson October in Knoxville is wonderful– or as they say in Italian, “bellissimo.”  About the time you get sick of one season, another comes along.  I went…

Catching up with Tyson Clabo

By Alex Norman There are few athletes from East Tennessee that have accomplished as much in their professional careers as Tyson Clabo, a 2000 graduate of Farragut High School. But…