Tuesday Digest

An 8-cent property tax increase has been proposed in Oak Ridge. KNS

A new Student Union — replacing the old UC — has opened at the University of Tennessee. KNS

Revenue from Knoxville construction permits and inspection fees is at its highest level since 2008-09. KNS

First Tennessee Bank will pay $212.5 million to the federal government in connection with FHA loans to ineligible borrowers. AP

Cherokee Health is merging with Agape, a drug and alcohol rehab program. KNS

Are booming property values ruining East Nashville? Tennessean

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