Unions Pitch Benefits Pact

Labor groups seek workforce standards for the proposed multi-use stadium in Knoxville through a community benefits agreement.

Policy Appraisal

The city will launch a review of its anti-racism and anti-sexism policies, but without the goal of requiring a zero-tolerance system.

A Zero-tolerance Proposal

Police cruiser with lights on

A City Council member wants to adopt zero-tolerance policies addressing racism and sexism, though administration officials say measures are already in place.

PILOT Gets Green Light

Andrew Johnson Building

City Council signs off on a tax incentive for the Andrew Johnson Building that will allow the renovation of the historic hotel to move forward.

City Budget Approved

Knoxville Mayor Indya Kincannon’s $383.4 million spending plan emerges unchanged after Council scrutiny.

Planning Ballpark Benefits

Randy Boyd has teamed with community organizations on the proposed multi-use stadium project, but some want a more comprehensive agreement.

Reconsidering Security

After a rocky start, officials have reached a consensus on reviewing the deployment of city officers in Knox County Schools.

Opposing Lineups

A special sales-tax district could help pay for a new baseball stadium, but at least one City Council member doesn’t want to play ball.

Building Second Chances

East Knoxville’s historic Dogan-Gaither Courts building will become home to men reentering society after prison.