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.

A New Hotel for the Old City

115 E. Jackson Ave. Photo

A $20 million development is planned near the stadium site, but warehouse demolition concerns historic preservationists.

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.’

Setting a New Standard

A South Carolina firm has reached an agreement to buy Standard Knitting Mill for renovation into a mixed-use development.

Estate Sale

Eugenia Williams estate

The University of Tennessee proposes to sell the historic Eugenia Williams house and property to the nonprofit Aslan Foundation.

Fragile, Fading and Featured

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