A collaboration of festivities is bringing St. Patrick’s Day to life in Knoxville. Shamrock Fest organizers aim for this two-day event to pr…
If your New Year’s resolution was to get in shape or if you’re just an avid runner, the Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon is just over two …
The March of Dimes kicked off its “March for Babies” campaign Thursday at Zoo Knoxville.
Across the nation, communities are celebrating Black History Month and recognizing the achievements and contributions of African-Americans.
The Tennessee Theatre will be attracting crowds of all kinds this month.
They’re your neighbors, friends or colleagues and they are heroes. Each person shows how one person can truly make a difference.
Can your organization use some help? WATE 6 On Your Side would like to offer a helping hand.
Knoxville’s newest hotel, The Tennessean, is hosting a job fair just in time for its April opening.
Hundreds of models are getting ready to hit the runway for Knoxville Fashion week.
With entertainment, food, craft vendors and activities from all over the world, the Children’s Museum of Oak Ridge has a little something fo…
Hollywood’s biggest night out is coming to Knoxville with the help of a local children’s charity.
Young-Williams Animal Center is ready to celebrate…Mardi Growl that is!
An Old City mural will be restored after it was painted over due to vandalism.
It isn’t always easy getting in shape, especially if you are a busy mom. Oftentimes, it starts with setting a goal, like running a 5K.
The Big Ears Festival has announced its 2017 lineup.
Remote Area Medical offered free veterinary services Tuesday for some of their own medical patients’ pets.
Around 950 people in Tennessee die by suicide each year. According to the Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network, more people die by suicide t…
Prom season is around the corner. However, for some teens, it is hard to find the right dress at a price their families can afford.
Remote Area Medical and the Young-Williams Animal Center are helping some East Tennessee pets Tuesday.
The Knoxville Police Department is working with families to help keep their children safe in the car.
Some of bluegrass music’s finest will be at a two-night concert this weekend to help families affected by the November wildfires.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is seeking volunteers to adopt a tree monitoring plot.
This month we celebrate Black History Month by taking a look at the contributions of African-Americans in East Tennessee.
Craft beer fans are encouraged to come to the sixth annual Tennessee Winter Beer Fest in Townsend later this month where they can help a goo…
The Sevierville Police Department is hosting a self-defense workshop for women in March.
American Heart Association springs into February with the Go Red for Women movement, beginning with National Wear Red Day.
Families can meet representatives from East Tennessee preschools on Saturday.
Young-Williams Animal Center is helping pet owners prepare for warmer temperatures.
Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero proclaimed February 21 as Holocaust Education Day.
The weekend is filled with many creative and fitness opportunities. Whether you are looking for ideas for the home to art lessons to races, …