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Altar’d State opens new, expanded store at West Town Mall

KNOXVILLE – Simon, a global leader in premier shopping, dining, entertainment and mixed-use destinations, announced today the addition of even more retail options at West Town Mall, just in time for holiday gift giving!
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2018 Holiday Guide to Volunteering launches
Volunteer East Tennessee’s 2018 Holiday Guide to Volunteering is live on the organization’s website.
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home aliveER Doctor’s ‘Home Alive: 11 MUST Steps for Surviving Encounters with the Police’ book second edition released
Washington, D.C. – Imagine this: your 16-year-old son asks to borrow the family car for an evening out with his friends. You hand him the keys, reminding him not to speed and about his curfew before midnight. 12:15 comes and goes … 12:30 passes also … 1:00 a.m. arrives and still no word from him.
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Tennessee state parks offer
after-Thanksgiving hikes
toto villa
Villa where Totò often stayed
is for sale in Capri
holiday heroes
Save the day for a child in need by
becoming a Holiday Hero
ut gardens
UT Gardens’ November 2018
Plant of the Month
Tremont Institute needs volunteers
December 1, 2018
zigzagzurich blankets
Zigzagzurich launches new
Artist Wool Blankets Collection
ut libraries
UT Libraries exhibit features
travel and voyages

12 Step programs freed me from addiction
By Paul Emile

Like all human beings, I’ve experienced my share of pain, and suffered considerably. I was born into a violent, alcoholic home. When the clock struck six, and my father wasn’t home yet, I knew there was going to be hell to pay that night.
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Perfect farm activities for your next Fall outing

NASHVILLE – As the fall weather approaches and Tennessee’s agritourism season is in full swing, a visit to the farm brings smiling faces, family fun, and unforgettable memories.

“We have 12 acres of pumpkins that look amazing,” Robertson County’s Honeysuckle Hill Farm owner Jeff Alsup said. “With more than 25 attractions, there are activities for all ages.”
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Make A Difference Day for Sevier County teens
Make a Difference Day assists teens with basic hygiene items for the Teen Christmas Project. The event is sponsored by Sevier County Family Resource Center and Sevier County’s Promise Besides helping Sevier County teens with necessary personal care products.
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Registration now open for 2019 Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon
Registration has opened for the Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon events taking place March 30-31, 2019. For the upcoming 15th annual race event, participants will enjoy a new finish-line experience in World’s Fair Park.
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Abingdon Vineyards opens with new management, new vision
ABINGDON, VA – Abingdon Vineyards is entering the fall season with new owners along with a new vision for creating a hub of community events and activities. Elizabeth and Loren Gardner purchased the winery recently after relocating from Point Reyes, California.
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Madison County farmer named Tennessee Farmer of the Year
KNOXVILLE — A third-generation farmer from Jackson who manages more than 5,000 acres of row crops has been named the Tennessee Farmer of the Year by University of Tennessee Extension. Johnny Verell, who farms in partnership with his father and grandfather, John Verell, Jr. and John Verell, Sr., rose to the top of the competition because of his business savvy, his land stewardship and his devotion to community service.
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Pumpkin farmer helps out after Hurricane Florence

NASHVILLE, TN – Year after year, pumpkins have made perfect fall decorations and delectable treats for many Tennesseans. This year, however, one farmer is using his pumpkins for a greater cause.
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Making Memories to Last a Lifetime
By Army 2nd Lt. Angela DiMattia
2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division

FORT CARSON, Colo. — Soldiers from the 4th Infantry Division here recently made a big difference in the life of a young boy who is losing his eyesight.

Carson Raulerson, an 11 year old from DeLand, Florida, was born with Knobloch Syndrome, a rare progressive degenerative disease that causes most people with it to lose their eyesight before they turn 20. Carson is severely nearsighted in his right eye and nearly blind in his left.

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