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The University of Tennessee will announce the retirement of its vice chancellor for student life this afternoon, a week after the News Sentinel reported that Tim Rogers had informed his staff that he would step down, according to UT officials.
Singer/songwriter/musician Mike Stone brings his unique blend of pop, soft rock and folk music to the Cumberland County Playhouse Mainstage on May 29, in a concert featuring his new music videos.
Harper International, a provider of thermal processing solutions for advanced materials, will host a Carbon Fiber R&D workshop in Buffalo, N.Y., July 25-26. The goal of the event is to connect peers in the carbon fiber research space from around the world for an opportunity to network and share insights on material and process technology ... (more)
Thomas Edison once remarked that he had never perfected an invention that didn't serve the public.
The U.S. House has passed legislation that would put a two-year moratorium on an Army Corps of Engineers plan to erect barriers to prevent people from fishing below dams on the Cumberland River.
A new street to be built by the city of Knoxville is being named for Juanita Cannon, a retired longtime educator who later chaired the board of directors of Knoxville's Community Development Corp.
At the eastern end of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, not far from Cosby, are three 25-foot-tall hemlock trees enveloped in nylon that appear out of nowhere like circus tents in the middle of the forest.
Mayor Madeline Rogero announced today the city is exploring a partnership with the University of Tennessee that could include a culture center at the iconic site of the 1982 fair.
Editor's Blog , posted by Jeb Bing, editor of the Pleasanton Weekly, 10 hours ago Jeb Bing is a member of PleasantonWeekly.com With those words not heard from a Pleasanton mayor since Ken Mercer in the 1980s, Mayor Jerry Thorne spelled out his views and governing strategy to loud applause at a meeting last Friday of local Realtors and real ... (more)
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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.