Submitted by Anonymous on Thursday, January 2nd, 8:14 pm
By Eleanor Beck, WBIR
It's been eight years since Knox County and the City of Knoxville released what became a controversial, and ultimately shelved, plan to tackle issues surrounding homelessness. Now a new proposal is on the table.
Submitted by WBIR Web Staff on Tuesday, January 8th, 5:36 pm
The man who designed some of Knoxville's most visible buildings has died. Modern architect and World War II Air Force veteran Bruce McCarty passed away Saturday.
During his long career in Knoxville, he worked on designs for several notable buildings including the City-County building, Knoxville Civic Auditorium and Coliseum, the Bank of America building, UT's Hodges Library and Humanities Complex, and the Knoxville waterfront.
Following the acquisition of a new 22-acre property, Ijams Nature Center is expanding to 300 acres and further enhancing the South Loop on Knoxville's Urban Wilderness. The new property, which lies between Sevierville Pike and Ijams' Quarries, is a critically important wooded ridge top in South Knoxville.
Walking is a great form of exercise. Anyone, regardless of age and fitness level, can start a walking routine. All you need are a sturdy pair of walking shoes and you are ready to go. The question is where to walk? Knoxville has a Walk Score of 40 and is labeled car-dependent which means most of us have to drive to work, errands, and for entertainment. However, there are still fabulous places in Knoxville to walk. Here are my Top 10 suggestions: