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City officials announced this week that the greenway project has received almost $1 million from the Tennessee Department of Transportation, which should allow them to build almost half a mile of trail.

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Covenant Health, the area’s most comprehensive healthcare delivery system, and Hicuity Health, the nation’s leading provider of high-acuity telemedicine services, have announced the launch of an innovative virtual health initiative that offers a full complement of telehealth services (“tele-…

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The Cocke County Partnership and the City of Newport will be holding their last Rhythm on the River concert for this year on the Riverwalk behind the Newport City Hall on Thursday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

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Returning after a year’s absence, one of East Tennessee’s largest free festivals returns as the 28th Grainger County Tomato Festival is set this Friday and Saturday at Rutledge Elementary School on U.S. Highway 11W in Rutledge.

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Arts In The Park, “Art In The Heart of Hamblen County,” is a one-day celebration of visual arts—two-dimensional fine art, fine quality crafts, artistic photography, and sculpture. Applications from artists and crafters will be accepted through August 13.

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Encore Theatrical Company will be presenting their New Works Play Reading as part of their ETC Solo Series at Encore on Main at 188 W Main St. on July 24 and 25 at 7 p.m.

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The Morristown Theatre Guild will kick off its 87th season on Friday with a presentation of the Jones Hope Wooten comedy “The Sweet Delilah Swim Club” at College Square Mall at the former Christopher Banks location inside the mall near the movie theater entrance. Performances will be July 16, 17, 23 and 24 at 8 p.m.

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The Morristown Parks and Recreation Department will be presenting “Wonder Woman 1984” as part of their summer Starlite Cinema series at the Morristown Farmers Market.

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In coordination with the Smithsonian Museum on Main Street Stories: YES program, Rose Center will debut the showing of the documentary film Morristown’s Skymart made by students of Girls, Inc.