Fun Things To Do in Knoxville

Knoxville Race for the Cure 2012

The Sixteenth Annual Knoxville Race for the Cure 2012 drew over 10,000 Knoxville residents in support of the Susan G. Komen Foundation, which raises money for the fight against breast cancer. Walkers and runners flooded the […]

Cheesecake Factory Considers West Knoxville Location

West Knoxville and Farragut have seen many new restaurants and businesses open in recent months. And now, it seems, Cheesecake Factory many be joining the already long list of businesses and restaurants opening or adding additional […]

Tennessee Named A Top Destination State For Jobs

Tennessee has been named one of the top destination states for jobs, according to recent report from CNBC. The report lists the top ten states for jobs over the past twenty years, from 1990 to 2010. […]

Knoxville Named One Of The Top 10 U.S. Travel Destinations for October

Knoxville was named among the Top 10 U.S. Travel Destinations  for October, according to a recent Reuters report. On the list, Knoxville was ranked #5. Data for the list was based on the top destination searches […]

New Businesses Coming To Farragut And West Knoxville This Fall

The West Knoxville and Farragut area will see many new businesses and restaurants opening over the next few months. Here is a list of new businesses and restaurants opening in Farragut and West Knoxville over the […]

Knoxville Events This Fall

One of the great things about living in Knoxville is that you get the change of seasons without the horribly long winter. Warm weather in Knoxville tends to last well into the fall and the weather […]

Trader Joe’s Opens West Knoxville Location

Trader Joe’s has finally opened in West Knoxville, after many months of anticipation and rumors about when and where it would be opening. The store will be located in West Knoxville off of Kingston Pike in […]

Tennessee Tax Free Weekend 2012: Great For Knoxville Residents, Local Businesses

The Tennessee Tax Free Weekend 2012 is upon us. Beginning Friday, August 3rd and running through Sunday, August 5th, the Tax Free Holiday allows consumers to buy school supplies and clothing without the 9.25% sales tax. […]

West Knoxville Homeowners: How To Keep The Bugs Out

Spring and summer bring beautiful weather in Knoxville. But, with the warm weather comes a whole slew of bugs and insects. And, if no action is taken to keep them out of your West Knoxville home, […]