Bringing the Internet Home

School internet needs

Ahead of schools reopening, an emergency plan aims to provide broadband access to families who need it.

Facing the Digital Divide

KCS Chromebook

With the possibility of more school disruption looming, a community task force looks for solutions to the inequities of internet access.

Prospecting for Prosperity

The Knoxville Chamber has been reinventing itself over the past few months, just in time for the challenges posed by the coronavirus crisis.

Breaking Barriers

Anthony Wise leads ConnectKnox panel

A diverse crowd gathers in Burlington to identify obstacles to spreading the benefits of Knoxville’s economic development.

Clayton Out as Chamber’s No. 2

Knoxville Chamber CEO Mike Odom said the reorganization has nothing to do with a sex discrimination complaint over his hiring.

Wanted: Young Professionals

Endeavor Summit 2018

The 4th Endeavor Summit aims to connect Knox County’s young workforce to the community, and vice versa.

A Disturbance in the Chamber

Longtime Knoxville Chamber executive Rhonda Rice Clayton alleges she was discriminated against when passed over as the organization’s new CEO.

Taking Care of Basics

Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs

Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs’ first budget sticks with a proven template, but adds (and subtracts) a few flourishes.

The Chamber’s New Champion

Mike Odom is coming from Texas to take the reins of the region’s leading business and economic development organization.

Chamber Changes

Respondents to the latest Knoxville Power Poll want the next Knoxville Chamber CEO to focus on recruiting businesses to the region.