St. Peter's Episcopal School experienced some water damage due to clogged roof drains. Pre-school, kindergarten, and first grade classes were dismissed and are expected to resume on Wednesday. "Of course, this is an inconvenient situation for our families and for the school, but in the St. Peter's spirit, we are counting our many blessings. We have a wonderful school and church family who pitched in to help, and we are excited about ... (click for more)
Last year Bonny Oaks School established the last Saturday of every April as the annual date to “Gather at the Statue” for all alumni, friends, staff, and families. "The gathering is a celebration of life for those we lost the year(s) before," officials said. The Statue, ... (click for more)
Lee University hosted Lee Day 2017, an annual 30-hour event geared toward prospective students and their families. To wrap up the Lee Day festivities, seven students were awarded scholarships from the annual scholarship drawing. Rachel Stock from Knoxville received a $5,000 scholarship. ... (click for more)
April 24, 2017
Spring City native Rebecca Hilleary is a 2014 graduate of the Early College program at ChattState and has gone on to major in clinical research at Campbell University in North Carolina. She ... (click for more)
Lee University’s Department of Language & Literature hosted its sixth annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Latin American and Iberian Studies. The purpose of the conference is to promote ... (click for more)
Lee University hosts a variety of summer camps each year staffed by Lee personnel in which community youth can participate. Individual directors handle each Lee camp. Specific ... (click for more)
Should the city change its elections so they are in line with those of the county and state to save election expense?