Uneasy Resting Places

Christine Cloninger of Knox Heritage speaking at Crestview Cemetery.

Three abandoned African-American cemeteries lead Knox Heritage’s annual list of threatened historic properties.

At a Crossroads

Exterior of the side and rear of the Campbell Station Inn.

Event space, museum displays, offices — Farragut considers the future of its historic Campbell Station Inn.

Preservation for the Future

Historic Westwood Photo

Under new leadership and with an expanding mission, Knox Heritage is entering a time of ‘change and transformation.’

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

Eugenia Williams estate

After looking for a way to restore the historic Eugenia Williams mansion, the University of Tennessee decides its best option is to sell it.

Preservation Haul

City Council on Tuesday approved nearly $600,000 for seven projects aimed at rehabilitating historic structures in Knoxville.

Hands-on Heritage

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.