Which Way?

Knox County greenways study

Knox County collects community input on routes for four future greenway corridors that could total 60 miles.

Shopping for Voting Machines

The Knox County Election Commission plans to buy a new voting system that will provide a paper trail for ballots.

Keeping It Open

Public records hearing

Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs’ office says it will continue to provide free inspection of public records.

Making the Cut

Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs

In approving County Mayor Glenn Jacobs’ $853.1 million budget, commissioners supported a 30 percent reduction in the county’s indigent care program.

A Shifting Burden

Glenn Jacobs budget presentation

As Knox County Commission prepares to pass its 20th straight budget with no property tax increase, we look at what that means for county revenues and property owners.

Growth, Smart and Otherwise

Growth Policy Committee

Representatives of residential groups call for better planning in the fast-growing, unincorporated areas of Knox County.

Leading the Local Left

The Truman Day Dinner was a showcase for the women energizing Knox County Democrats for 2020.

Fragile, Fading and Featured

The Knaffl-Stephens House in Burlington tops the list of endangered historic properties annually released by Knox Heritage.

The Deepest Cut

Providers say a proposed reduction in the Health Department’s indigent care program will hurt their efforts to serve the poorest residents of Knox County.