Preparing for the Imagination Age

In a new report, the Knoxville Chamber envisions a more vigorous private sector that can thrive during an anticipated economic transition.

Maker Profile: Conquering Fears

Nkem Warner

A lettering artist and designer, Nkem Warner uses her work to further conversations about mental health, and social and environmental justice.

Cross Purposes

Panelists in a discussion at the Baker Center

Political tensions between the U.S. and China are having economic impacts on Tennessee businesses and consumers.

Honoring Adolph Ochs

Adolph Ochs Plaque Dedication

A plaque on Market Square recognizes the legendary publisher of The New York Times, who learned the newspaper business as a youth in Knoxville.

Axle Logistics to Expand

Tres Markham, Drew Johnson, Ali Fraley, Axle Logistics

The rapidly growing North Knoxville firm looks to add workers and build a second facility on Central Street with the help of a county tax incentive.

The State of Cannabis

Cannabis products on display at the Holistic Connection

Marijuana is still prohibited in Tennessee. But as a new boutique on Gay Street demonstrates, people are getting high legally anyway.

An Urban Core on the Strip

Jared Schenk and Doug Tichenor

A proposal to build four mixed-use buildings along Cumberland Avenue would add more than 800 residential units to the UT campus area.