The Fort Kid playground off World’s Fair Park Drive reopened Thursday, March 28, after Public Building Authority workers made necessary repairs in response to a citizen complaint and a Knox County Health Department report citing hazards.
Annual Rossini Festival to Bring Unique Sights & Sounds to Downtown - Knoxville Opera’s 18th annual Rossini Festival International Street Fair is Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. in downtown Knoxville.
Chalk Walk returns to Downtown Knoxville on Saturday, April 6, 2019. Professional and emerging artists of all ages will turn downtown sidewalks into canvases celebrating the long standing tradition of Italian street painting. All as part of the Dogwood Arts Festival.
Officer Barry (B.K.) Hardin was named the Purple Heart recipient at the Knoxville Police Department’s Recognition Luncheon on Monday, April 1, 2019.
Knoxville Area Transit (KAT) is pleased to announce the long-awaited availability of KATbus Tracker – a real-time bus tracking and trip planning app now available for Android and iPhone users.
Summer Track & Field Program Offers Four Weeks of Fun, Fitness, and Finish Lines with 24 Practice Sites Serving Knox and Surrounding Counties
The Knox County Health Department (KCHD) is seeing a rise in hepatitis A cases related to the ongoing statewide outbreak. While KCHD has been investigating hepatitis A cases related to the outbreak since July 2018, the rate at which new cases are being reported has accelerated recently. From July 2018 to February 2019, a total … Continue reading Health Dept. Sees Increase in Hepatitis A Cases
Traffic Alert: Nightly Roadwork on I-40 in Downtown, East Knoxville begins Sunday - Motorists traveling on I-40 in Knox County next week should be aware of lane closures for roadwork in Downtown Knoxville and East Knoxville.
World’s Greatest Reese’s Display in Knoxville - you can see this at the Food City on Morrell Road.
Knoxville Flood Damage Assessment and Assistance - Flood damage assessment and cleanup continues throughout the region. Property owners in Knoxville and Knox County are encouraged to contact