Three abandoned African-American cemeteries lead Knox Heritage’s annual list of threatened historic properties.
At a Crossroads
Event space, museum displays, offices — Farragut considers the future of its historic Campbell Station Inn.
Preservation for the Future
Under new leadership and with an expanding mission, Knox Heritage is entering a time of ‘change and transformation.’
Historic Preservation, Contemporary Concerns
A committee is recommending a historic district for a portion of Oakwood in North Knoxville, but not all residents are on board.
Fragile, Fading and Featured
The Knaffl-Stephens House in Burlington tops the list of endangered historic properties annually released by Knox Heritage.
This Old House
After looking for a way to restore the historic Eugenia Williams mansion, the University of Tennessee decides its best option is to sell it.
City Council on Tuesday approved nearly $600,000 for seven projects aimed at rehabilitating historic structures in Knoxville.
Knox Heritage is looking to take on more renovation projects in addition to its advocacy work to save the region’s historic structures.
Another Feud in the Fort
After a battle over the boundaries, City Council votes to establish a hospital district in the historic Fort Sanders neighborhood.