Police ask for help identifying suspect

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — West Precinct detectives are working to identify the woman believed to have stolen a purse from an unlocked car parked outside Franklin Road Academy at 4700 Franklin Pike on December 17. The victim left her purse in the vehicle when she went inside the school to pick up her children at 11:35Continue reading “Police ask for help identifying suspect”

Knoxville reciclaría mucho más en el 2010

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. –El alcalde Bill Haslam anima a los residentes de la ciudad a reciclar sus guías telefónicas viejas. Los niños de las escuelas en la ciudad participan en una competencia por la escuela que recolecta más guias telefónicas desde ahora y hasta el 31 de enero de 2010. Las escuelas ganadoras recibirán incentivos enContinue reading “Knoxville reciclaría mucho más en el 2010”

Knoxville reciclaría mucho más en el 2010

Bajo la administración del alcalde de Knoxville, Bill Haslam la compañía DSM Servicios Ambientales ha terminado un estudio de un año y lo ha presentado a los oficiales de la ciudad para su revisión. El Estudio se enfoca en la implementación de un sistema de recolección de basura reciclables a lo largo de una rutaContinue reading “Knoxville reciclaría mucho más en el 2010”

America can become energy independent

Purchase, NY – Amid mounting agreement that future clean, “carbon-neutral”, energy will rely on efficient conversion of the sun’s light energy into fuels and electric power, http://www.ethanol-bio-fuel.com group of researchers is focusing on one of the most ancient groups of organism, the cyanobacteria. Dramatic progress has been made over the last decade understanding the fundamentalContinue reading “America can become energy independent”

11,000 Documents SharesTennessee History

Evidence of Tennessee’s rich history — pictures of schoolchildren from the Depression, police notes on the 1968 assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., sheet music poking fun at the teaching of evolution from the time of the 1925 Scopes monkey trial, and documents from Civil War battles — have been gathered together forContinue reading “11,000 Documents SharesTennessee History”

Ahorre en su proxima visita al mercado

Pequeños cortes de gastos suman cantidades significativas de ahorro. KNOXVILLE, Tenn.— Los consumidores están gastando más que nunca antes en sus compras en el mercado, según los expertos en presupuesto familiar del Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS) del Este de Tennessee. Los expertos señalan que en promedio las familias gastaron $356 en enero 2009, comparadoContinue reading “Ahorre en su proxima visita al mercado”


By Carlos Nicho nicho@mundohispanotn.com NASHVILLE, Tenn.– Music City is no more that one where people use to leave doors unlocked or purses misplaced while nobody would mind it. A review of stolen vehicle reports in Nashville from Sunday, December 13, through Saturday, December 19, shows that 37.5% of the automobiles taken (nine out of 24)Continue reading “NASHVILLE POLICE URGES PEOPLE TO BE SMART”

Knoxville Elementary Children Chorus Sing Tomorrow

Knoxville, Tenn.– The Spring Hill Elementary school chorus will be on an all day field trip singing holiday music on Thursday, Dec. 17. The following list shows the locations where the Chorus will be performing. 10:00 Knoxville Center Mall in front of JC Penney’s 11:45 Market Square Mall in front of pavillion 12:30 City CountyContinue reading “Knoxville Elementary Children Chorus Sing Tomorrow”

Joven Conductor Muere en Antioch

Antioch, Tenn. — Un trágico domingo reporta la Policía de Nashville, un joven identificado como Selvin Roberto Ramos Castro, de 16 años murió después de perder el control de su vehículo y chocar contra un edificio. El reporte policial añade que a Castro quien murió en el lugar del accidente venía acompañado de dos pasajerosContinue reading “Joven Conductor Muere en Antioch”

Direct Auto Helps Children Have a Special Christmas Time

KNOXVILLE, Tenn.– This holiday season, as many people continue to struggle financially, help can be found locally in Knoxville, TN from Direct Auto, the insurance provider whose promise is all about doing right by its customers. Direct is taking this commitment to the local Knoxville community as part of its “We’ll Do Right by You”Continue reading “Direct Auto Helps Children Have a Special Christmas Time”

Sammy & Robert Discover the Ocean

Children books writer Darcie Mae bring up her third book, an 8 ½ x 11in., 39 pages, full color production ISBN# 978-1-61546-827-0. Author’s website: http://sammyandrobert.tripod.com In this third book in the Sammy and Robert series of fun, rhyming, and educational children’s stories, there are three full length stories. Every page in the book is fullContinue reading “Sammy & Robert Discover the Ocean”

Get the Shot at Hickory Hollow Mall December 12th and 19th

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Metro Public Health Department will hold H1N1 vaccination clinics on Saturday, December 12th, and 19th, offering H1N1 flu shots to anyone seeking the shot. The walk in clinics will be held at Hickory Hollow Mall. Health Department nurses will offer 750 H1N1 flu shots and 250 doses of the H1N1 nasalContinue reading “Get the Shot at Hickory Hollow Mall December 12th and 19th”


Helpful Tips to Protect Your Skin During the Winter Months New York, NY – Although the temperature may be frigid and sunlight less intense, the amount of the sun’s damaging ultraviolet (UV) rays reaching the surface of the earth remains very strong throughout the year, especially ultraviolet A (UVA). While ultraviolet B (UVB) rays (theContinue reading “SUN PROTECTION NEEDED ALL YEAR LONG”

Episcopal School Hosts January Open House

Contributed by Kelly Norrell, Communications Director The Episcopal School of Knoxville The Episcopal School of Knoxville will host an Open House for all grades on Sunday, Jan. 10, from 2-4 p.m. Parents may bring children or come alone. No reservations are required. The school is located at 950 Episcopal School Way off Lovell Road inContinue reading “Episcopal School Hosts January Open House”

Department of Education Announces $1M for Two Knox County Schools

Nashville, TN – Members of the Knox County Legislative Delegation and Education Commissioner Timothy Webb are proud to announce two Knox County Schools have been awarded $500,000 Title I School Improvement High School Redesign Grant to improve student achievement. “We are excited that each of these schools and district’s decided to embark on a newContinue reading “Department of Education Announces $1M for Two Knox County Schools”