Taking Western to New Heights

KCDC hopes to secure a $40 million federal grant to help pay for the transformation of Knoxville’s largest public housing community.

Safe at Home

On a split vote, City Council gives the final approval needed to move the publicly financed multi-use stadium forward.

Lending a Hand for Housing

Council approves a $2 million loan to the developers of an affordable housing complex at a blighted site on Asheville Highway in East Knoxville.

Healthcare Comeback

The city and county are in talks to develop an acute care and behavioral health facility at the former St. Mary’s Hospital site.

Building Second Chances

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

Council OKs Budget

Mayor Indya Kincannon’s spending plan got green-lighted despite questions from one Council member about priorities.

No Hardship, No Variance

Reversing a Board of Zoning Appeals decision, Council rejects a residential development proposed for the South Knoxville Waterfront.

Setting the Rules

City Council agrees on the process to replace Stephanie Welch in the soon-to-be-vacant 1st District seat.

Council’s New Faces

Amelia Parker

With wins by three women, including the first black candidate ever elected to a citywide office, the new City Council will be the most diverse in Knoxville history.

Cash at the Turn

Money

Knoxville mayoral candidates Indya Kincannon and Eddie Mannis are running a close race for campaign dollars.