This past week-end the outdoor sportsmen and women visited the 2016 Fishing Show. Thousand of visitors, hundreds of vendors, boat dealers, sporting good and tackle were on display. Knoxville is in the center of seven […]
HonorAir Flight 19 will leaves for D.C with 125 of East Tennessee’s WWII, Korean and Vietnam veterans the morning of October 7th. After a day of touring the various veteran sites in Washington, Flight 19 […]
Ready for the fall colors in the Great Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee. The biggest question is “when is the best time to visit”. This year, the Department of Biology at Appalachian State University published […]
Grainger’s Landing on Cherokee Lake Executive Lake front and lake access lots in this private gated lake front neighborhood, wide streets with rolled curbs, underground utilities including internet, architecturally controlled for your protection, wooded and […]
Oak Ridge Marina on Melton Lake Drive Beginning Friday at 6 PM The fund raiser will feature 32 teams competing for the title while helping Rotary Clubs fund programs for children and education. Organizations benefiting […]
Each fall a rainbow of colors surrounds the Knoxville Area… The Great Smoky Mountains to our East and Big South Fork National Park to the Northwest.
The “Freedom” heads south on Fort Loudoun Lake in Knoxville. The 141′ Christensen Yacht was in Knoxville for the week-end of the University of Tennessee / Alabama football game in 2012. Seen here on the […]