To Go Barefooted and Be Warm

Poet Nikki Giovanni returned to her beloved Mulvaney Street for the unveiling of a plaque honoring her life and work.

Scooters Settle In

As scooter vendors expand their fleets, Knoxville officials are considering ways to make users aware they can’t ride on sidewalks.

Riders Up!

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Candidates have filed their petitions for this year’s city election, though one mayoral hopeful was disqualified.

Help Wanted

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With unemployment low, the City of Knoxville is finding it difficult to fill positions in multiple departments.

Capital Numbers

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Rogero’s last proposed budget as mayor contains a big drop in capital spending, but it’s more of a pause than a trend.

A Call to End Recode

As Council approaches a possible vote on the city’s proposed zoning ordinance, mayoral candidate Eddie Mannis wants to stop it altogether.

Pulling In the Reins on Recode

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A solid majority of Council members wants to postpone next week’s scheduled vote on the city’s proposed zoning overhaul.

Emerald in the Rough

Providers plan to open a health clinic at the Emerald Youth Foundation ministry complex under construction in Lonsdale.

Nursing Redevelopment

The city is in talks with LMU to move its nursing school to the Magdalene Clark Tower at the St. Mary’s site.