Monday Digest

The City of Knoxville may purchase the former South High School building, on Moody Avenue. News Sentinel

A landfill for federal cleanup waste, under consideration at a site on Bear Creek Road in Oak Ridge, could cost $1 billion. Oak Ridge Today

City issues third request for bids on Cumberland Avenue infrastructure project. News Sentinel

Interest in Chattanooga’s North Shore is providing a boost to the Red Bank community, including a new Bojangle’s. Times Free Press

Tom+Chee, a grilled-cheese-and-tomato-soup restaurant that has a new store in Cedar Bluff, has signed its first Nashville lease. Tennessean

Church buildings in Nashville are drawing interest from developers. Tennessean

Editor’s note: The pictures in the archive below are not necessarily related to the stories above.

 

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