Former TN Legislator Calls Health Insurance Audit “Waste” of Taxpayer Money

A Former Tennessee Legislator Says The State Is Wasting More Taxpayer Money In Their Attempt To Recoup Overages From Payments For State Employee Health Insurance.

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Knoxville Welcomes Medal Of Honor Recipients For Annual Celebration

Nearly Half Of The 65 Living Medal Of Honor Recipients And Their Families Will Travel To Knoxville, Sept. 6-10 For The Medal Of Honor Celebration, A Week Of Activities Focused On Reuniting The Recipients Of The United States’ Highest Military Award For Valor.

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TN Tourism Teams Up With Armchair Productions For “Tennessee Music Pathways” Podcast

The Tennessee Department Of Tourist Development And Armchair Productions Teamed Up To Launch A Six-Episode Podcast Series Titled “Tennessee Music Pathways.” Presenter And Award-Winning Journalist Aaron Millar Traveled Across The State To Capture Unique Musical Stories, Performances And Interviews With Musicians, Historians And Fans, Highlighting Each Distinct Region’s Musical Heritage.

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More Pride Festivals On The Calendar In Tennessee

Downtown Bristol, Which Spans Both Virginia And Tennessee, Is The Next Location On The Calendar Hosting A Pride Festival At The End Of August. Murfreesboro Follows Suit In The Middle Of September, Followed By Chattanooga And Knoxville That Have Multi-Day Events At The End Of September That Run Into The Beginning Of October.

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7 Tennessee Community & Technical Colleges Awarded Grants For Career & Technical Education

Seven Tennessee Community And Technical Colleges Are Receiving Grants Totaling Just Over $5.7 Million To Boost Career And Technical Education Programs, Through The Federal Perkins Grant Program.

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Home Ownership In These 4 Tennessee Cities May Be Too Expensive In Next Few Years

According To A New Study, Several Tennessee Cities And Towns May Become Unaffordable Places To Own A Home In The Near Future. Coming At No Surprise, Tennessee’s Third Largest Population Center, Knoxville, Makes The List But A Few Others May Come As A Surprise To Many.

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Knoxville Experiencing Continued Increase in Homelessness

Knoxville’s Annual Point-In-Time (PIT) Count Shows A Continued Increase In Homelessness Throughout The City. The Report Shows That Roughly 1,178 People Report That They Are Currently Experiencing Homelessness. This Number Is Up Approximately 50% Over Last Year’s Number.

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