TREE SPECIALIST NAMED CITY OF KNOXVILLE EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR

When East Tennessee storms tear through Knoxville, toppling trees and stranding branches in power lines, Randal Martin gets his chainsaw and goes to work.

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NEW DATA DASHBOARD TRACKS PROGRESS ON BLIGHT REDUCTION

How many blighted properties are there in Knoxville? Is the number growing or shrinking?   Those are two of the pieces of information you

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GAY STREET BRIDGE TO CLOSE FOR 1-DAY SPECIAL EVENTS, THEN FOR MONTH-LONG WATER LINE INSTALLATION

Anticipate three closures of the Gay Street Bridge this month and into November: Twice to accommodate one-day special events, followed by a longer-term closure

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MAYOR ROGERO EMAIL TO SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS ON PROPOSED POLICY CHANGES

Mayor Madeline Rogero sent the following email today to each member of the Knox County Board of Education and Superintendent Bob Thomas, about proposed

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CITY OFFICIALS HOLD RIBBON CUTTING FOR BUSY WEST KNOXVILLE INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS

  City officials held a ceremonial ribbon cutting Thursday to celebrate improvements to the intersection of Forest Park Boulevard and Newcom Avenue.The project was initiated to

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GO VOTE! KNOXVILLE UPDATE: REGISTER NOW TO VOTE IN GENERAL ELECTION

The City’s general election is Nov. 7 – and Mayor Madeline Rogero wants to build on last summer’s primary election momentum by continuing to

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