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Officials break ground on corporate headquarters for Summit

KNOXVILLE -- Summit Medical Group and Summit Strategic Solutions officials recently broke ground on a new facility at the Middlebrook Pike medical corridor in Knoxville.

The two-story, 50,000-square-foot building project is being constructed on an 8-acre site and is slated to be completed by December 2018.
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Grainger Foundation supports Ijams Nature Center
KNOXVILLE – The Grainger Foundation has donated $10,000 to Ijams Nature Center, Inc., in support of the nonprofit nature center’s new Nature Preschool. The Nature Preschool is scheduled to open August 2018. It will focus on helping children to develop a solid foundation for lifelong learning, while cultivating a love of nature that will serve as the basis for a conservation ethic later in life.
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Helen Ross McNabb Center brings new healing space to Tennessee
KNOXVILLE -- The Helen Ross McNabb Center has opened the Living Room. The Living Room is a peer-driven recovery- and resiliency-based alternative model to inpatient hospitalization for behavioral care.
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SOLitude supports 260 families at Thanksgiving
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Park Rangers need volunteers for
Smokies Service Days
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Get outdoors after Thanksgiving Day in
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
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Trying To Make Sense of ‘The Great War’
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UT Gardens hosting amazing azalea symposium, exclusive azalea sale
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Harvey, Irma damage, destroy more than
63,000 recreational boats
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Summit Medical Group names director of operations

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Mayor Rogero appoints Knoxville architect to
KCDC board
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KCDC executive earns prestigious national award

Tennessee joins 24 other states to dissolve deceptive veterans charity
NASHVILLE – Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery, III and law enforcement partners in 24 states announced a settlement with a nonprofit corporation that claimed to help veterans, resulting in the organization’s termination.
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What You Need to Know About PBMs: The Patient Advocate for High Quality, Affordable Prescription Drugs
There is so much rancor and finger pointing these days over prescription drug prices that consumers are often left to wonder: who is fighting on their behalf? The answer...
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Park Rangers need volunteers for Smokies Service Days
GATLINBURG, TN -- Great Smoky Mountains National Park has extended the “Smokies Service Days” program into December with the addition of four new opportunities.
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Closed door can save lives, property during an emergency says State Fire Marshal
NASHVILLE – As peak fire season approaches, the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) urges Tennesseans to remember that a closed door is one of the fastest ways to stop the spread of fire during an emergency.
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