ORNL, TVA and UT will invest $9 million over three years to create a hub for budding national and international entrepreneurs.
Bridging the Gaps
A report highlights weaknesses in Knoxville’s entrepreneurial landscape, including access to capital. It also suggests solutions.
County Compromises on A.J. Development
Under a revised plan, the Andrew Johnson Building can be built out as mini apartments, to be converted to a hotel later.
Feds Probe CAC Housing Office
Several agencies fanned out to four locations in Tennessee on Wednesday as part of a multi-year investigation.
Trump Emissary Pays Tribute to TVA
Homeland Security official Ken Cuccinelli visits Knoxville to praise the power agency, a few months after the president nixed its outsourcing.
Knox County 2020: A Primer (Part 2)
A survey of what’s changed, what hasn’t and what to watch in the local political and economic landscape. Today: the City of Knoxville and the private sector.
Keeping the Lights On
KUB plans to resume disconnecting service for nonpayment next month, but help is available for customers trying to catch up.
Ready to Go
A ribbon-cutting marks the start of work to turn TVA’s East Tower into offices for Knox County Schools and the University of Tennessee.
President Trump removed two TVA board members on Monday and called for the dismissal of the utility’s CEO.
The city stays the course on sustainability, while KUB inks a deal with TVA that should boost solar’s share of the power pie.