The city of Knoxville is celebrating the end of summer with a watermelon crawl through Downtown Knoxville.
Mobile Meals provides nourishing meals and vital companionship each Monday through Friday to more than 900 homebound older residents of Kno…
Miracle Treat Day is here and East Tennesseans can help raise money for the East Tennessee Children’s Hospital.
There are many great ways to start the day. One thing that always helps is coffee.
Shoney’s Restaurants and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) are partnering to help families in East Tennessee.
Grammy winner Peter Cetera is coming to East Tennessee.
A big part of the school year is figuring out what your child will eat for lunch.
The United Way of Blount County says one in three Blount County residents are helped through their supported programs.
Jack and Jules is hosting its annual consignment sale in July.
Mission of Hope will be hosting an event to help children in rural Appalachia during Tax-Free Weekend.
Ijams is a place where everyone can come and find a way to connect with nature.
MEDIC Regional Blood Center and Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies are teaming up to save lives.
For the last few months, school zones have been quiet and buses have sat idle. However, preparations to keep you and your kids safe during t…
Film and music fans will be heading to Scruffy City Hall in Downtown Knoxville.
Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee is celebrating its 35th anniversary with a benefit concert by rock legend Peter Cetera.
On the top of Lookout Mountain in Georgia, you’ll find the iconic landmark, Rock City. It’s a 14-acre property that has massive, ancient roc…
They’re known as feral cats, the offspring of cats who’ve not been spayed or neutered, and the population is growing out of control.
Fisherman, boaters and wildlife and environmental groups are working together to spruce up the Big Clinch River and its banks.
A Knoxville organization is offering classes for adults and children who want to learn how to ride a bike.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park created a program to encourage volunteer work in the East Tennessee treasure.