South Knoxville

Knoxville Students Celebrate Career Day

Close to 90 area employers and colleges will participate in the annual Knox County Schools Career Day from 4-7 p.m. on Thursday at the Knoxville Expo Center, located at 5441 Clinton Highway. The event is free and open to all Knox County Schools’ eighth graders, high school students and their[Read More…]

Feb 15, 2018 News, Schools, South Knoxville

SKA Hosts Candidate Meet and Greet

Thanks to the South Knoxville Alliance, residents will have the opportunity to meet the candidates that are running for two different offices this year. One of the spots that are up for grabs this year is that of Knox County Mayor. Currently, the only candidates running for this position are[Read More…]

Feb 12, 2018 News, South Knoxville

Child Porn Circulates Through Knoxville

BY: AMBERLY SELLERS HERALD NEWS [email protected] Officers with the Knoxville Police Department are warning locals to be aware of a child pornography video that has been circulating the web this week. According to Public Information Officer with the KPD Darrell DeBusk, several area residents have reported receiving a video in[Read More…]

Feb 12, 2018 Featured, News, South Knoxville
Gloria Johnson Announces Candidacy

Gloria Johnson Announces Candidacy

Democratic candidate Gloria Johnson announced last Friday that she would once again be challenging incumbent Republican Eddie Smith for the State House District 13 seat, marking the third time the two candidates will vie for the same seat in one of Knoxville’s most competitive districts. Gloria Johnson formerly represented District[Read More…]

Feb 12, 2018 News, South Knoxville

Great Turnout for Town Hall

BY: TANNER HANCOCK HERALD NEWS [email protected] Citizens and representatives from across South Knoxville convened at South-Doyle Middle School early Saturday morning as a part of the South Knoxville Town Hall. State Sen. Becky Massey, state Reps. Rick Staples, Eddie Smith and Harry Brooks, First District City Council member Stephanie Welch,[Read More…]

Feb 12, 2018 News, South Knoxville

Knoxville Issuing Non-Profit Grants

The City of Knoxville is now accepting applications from non-profit organizations interested in receiving a Community Agency Grant (CAG) for Fiscal Year 2018-19, which begins July 1. “Our city wouldn’t be as vibrant and energetic without the contributions of our non-profit arts and community groups,” Indya Kincannon, Special Program Manager[Read More…]

Feb 5, 2018 News, South Knoxville
Protesters Rally for Face-to-Face Visits

Protesters Rally for Face-to-Face Visits

BY: TANNER HANCOCK HERALD NEWS [email protected] In front of a downtown crowd filled with colorful signs and hopeful faces, Nathan White told a story he’s rarely ever told. Though over a decade has passed, White could recall nearly every vivid detail from the times he visited his father in prison.[Read More…]

Feb 5, 2018 Featured, News, South Knoxville

Marble Springs is Stargazing

Marble Springs State Historic Site will be holding its first 2018 stargazing session on Saturday, Feb. 17 from 6 – 9 p.m. This program is titled New Moon and will be facilitated by Gary Noland, adjunct instructor of Astronomy at the University of Tennessee. Guests will meet at the cottage[Read More…]

Feb 5, 2018 News, South Knoxville
The Busy Women Get Down

The Busy Women Get Down

Originally from Pennsylvania, 20 year dance instructor and lifetime dancer Anna Terlinden noticed that several South Knoxville women would love to dance, but don’t want to travel deeper into Knoxville to participate in classes. Along with Riversong Dance Studio owner Valerie Kelly, Terlinden decided to expand her love for teaching[Read More…]

Feb 5, 2018 News, South Knoxville

City Begins ADA Work

The City of Sevierville is working to make the public facilities, services and programs accessible to all residents and users as outlined in the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). In an effort to determine necessary upgrades and prioritize improvements to fulfill this goal, the City has contracted with DLZ National,[Read More…]

Feb 5, 2018 News, South Knoxville