Featured Special Report
- September 3, 2018Knoxville in 2018 is a complicated place. A moderate-progressive Southern Appalachian city in a libertarian-conservative Southern Appalachian county, it is home to a strong and diverse culture fueled by competing and often contradictory interests and philosophies.
Special Report Supporting Stories
- December 31, 2019New codes, historic property plans, hospital redevelopments and other changes hit the business community this year.
- December 30, 2019New leaders, a campus merger, a Sex Week détente and other changes during a transitional year at the Knoxville flagship.
- December 30, 2019From vouchers to Bible Release Time to the TVA tower deal, the school board navigated some treacherous waters this year.
- December 27, 2019Change is queen: Kincannon wins, women rule, Recode takes effect, St. Mary’s solidifies.
- December 26, 2019From budget cuts to a prolonged standoff between the mayor and law director, it was a year when Glenn Jacobs made his mark — and felt some pushback.
- January 1, 2019In 2019, County Mayor Glenn Jacobs will present his first budget and wrestle with some persistent challenges.
- December 31, 2018Takeovers, makeovers and other transitions mark a busy year in the economic life of Knoxville and Knox County.
- December 27, 2018Newcomers on City Council, public improvements projects and a new zoning code are signs that major changes are in store for Knoxville.
- December 26, 2018The turnover in county offices was expected, but some of the results were still surprising.
- December 26, 2018Three months in, Glenn Jacobs is finding his feet -- and his voice -- as chief executive of Knox County.
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