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Construction of the Alpha Omicron Pi house, pictured on Friday at the University of Tennessee's Sorority Village, is dragging on due to the bankruptcy of its contractor and subsequent legal entanglements.
Third-, fourth- and fifth-graders struggling to read can beef up their skills this summer before they head to back to school, thanks to the University of Tennessee.
This charcoal and ink drawing of a screech owl is called "My name is Hubert and I am not an owl." It is part of the upcoming "Birds in Art" exhibit at the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture.
Haley Green gets help with her graduation cap from Danielle Aranas at the My Village Child Development Center's last pre-K graduation on Friday.
Photos by MICHAEL PATRICK/NEWS SENTINEL Patty Boardwine, chief victims witness coordinator, hugs Hugh Newsom after a jury said guilty of all counts Friday in the re-trial of George Thomas accused of taking part in the January 2007 kidnappings and killings of Channon Christian, 21, and Chris Newsom, 23.
For the past year, Scott County's only hospital has been closed, but the facility could see new life as early as July.
Are you kidding me? I recently heard a news story about segregated proms in Georgia.
The entrance to the Pellissippi Place technology research and development park. Medical sciences company ProNova Solutions is coming to Blount County, and bringing 500 jobs and $52 million in capital investment.
University of Tennessee President Joe DiPietro defended the Knoxville campus's spring "Sex Week" program under critical questioning Thursday from state Sen.
"We've brought together a group of security and technical experts from around the region to help us think through those standards and have now actually developed a draft set of standards that we'll be talking individually with the school board members about," schools Superintendent Jim McIntyre said.
Members of special Senate panel are raising questions about University of Tennessee fees being used to pay for speakers at a student-initiated program about sex.
This story is contributed by a member of the Knoxville community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with Knoxville News Sentinel The Lincoln Memorial University-John J. Duncan, Jr., School of Law will hold its Inaugural Commencement Ceremony in the Knoxville Civic Auditorium at 10 a.m May 18.
Her boss at the University of Tennessee referred to her as "an incredible asset to the division and the university." And two months before she was ousted amid a probe into whether she had inappropriate relationships with athletes, Wright was offered a $4,500-per-course adjunct position in the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences.
The East Tennessee Purchasing Association will hold its annual Business Matchmaking & Tradeshow July 18, with procurement representatives from about 30 government agencies.