Three non-controversial proposed changes to the state constitution will be on the ballot in this year’s election.
Weekly Watch, Aug. 26-Sept. 1
Every Monday, we give you a rundown of public meetings and civic events.
Measure It, Manage It
A change in the way scientists measure mass will affect research at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Procurement Small Ball
Knoxville’s first Diversity Business Expo offers an opportunity for small businesses to connect with government agencies.
The Slowdown from the Shutdown
Slower growth attributed to the monthlong partial shutdown of the federal government is among UT economists’ concerns.
Nashville Propels Population Growth
Census data compiled by the University of Tennessee pinpoints growing and shrinking population centers across the state.
Slow but Steady
After redesign, a Cumberland Avenue traffic study shows fewer cars, fewer accidents, slightly longer travel times and reduced gridlock.
How Local Government Works
Local government is complicated, but don’t despair! We have compiled a handy set of quick guides to the structure and history of our local institutions.