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Downtown Knoxville:What the city can do for you

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Let’s say you live inside the city limits of Knoxville and you are curious about what services you are paying for and how you can use…

NOTICE OF SALE

Volunteers Portable Moving and Storage, hereby publishes notice, as required by Tennessee Self-Service Storage Facility Act (TN Stat. 66-31-101- 66-31-107) of a public sale of the property listed below to…

Knoxville Focus for May 12, 2014

Knoxville Focus for May 12, 2014

Click here to view this week’s Focus. Rountree Defeats Trainor in School Board Race By Focus Staff The first round of voting in the races for the Knox County Board…

Publisher’s Position: Board of Education To Change

By Steve Hunley With the election of Amber Rountree, one thing is certain: the Knox County Board of Education absolutely will change.  No longer will East Knox County Board member…

MECHANICSVILLE: Where the old is new again

MECHANICSVILLE: Where the old is new again

By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com It’s one of those neighborhoods that, at first, appears to a small village, with clusters of businesses, older large and small homes, and people outside on…

Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.

Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.

By Ray Hill While it might be difficult for readers to believe, once upon a time, Massachusetts was largely a Republican state. The first political dynasty was not the Kennedys,…

Gibbs routs Powell to prove its point in district tournament

Gibbs routs Powell to prove its point in district tournament

By Ken Lay Gibbs High School set out on the softball diamond to prove a point Wednesday night. The Lady Eagles, who ruled the roost in District 3-AA in the…

Rams end long road with baseball title

Rams end long road with baseball title

By Ken Lay HARRIMAN—Grace Christian Academy’s baseball took a long road to win the District 3-A Championship. The Rams, who had to come through the loser’s bracket, clinched the title…

PUBLIC NOTICE: Knoxville Regional Transportation Planning Organization – Technical Committee Meeting, May 13, 2014.

The Knoxville Regional Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) Technical Committee will meet on Tuesday, May 13, at 9 a.m. in the Small Assembly Room of the City/County Building, 400 Main Street,…

Knoxville Focus for May 5, 2014

Knoxville Focus for May 5, 2014

Click here to view this week’s Focus online. South Knox Rallies for Rountree By Mike Steely steelym@knoxfocus.com Thursday evening at the Round Up Restaurant on Sevierville Pike,  Amber Rountree could…