• The Night We Locked Our Door

    The night we first locked our door I knew the world had changed… never to be the same again.  And I was right. Life on Cherry Street in Knoxville was peaceful and placid… no two ways about it. Oc... Continue →

  • Lest We Forget…2011

    Two years ago this week I was kept spellbound by a small cadre of airmen from the 381st Bomb Group of the Mighty Eighth Air Force who served our nation with incredible heroism during WWII.  The occas... Continue →

  • Bob Polston. . . .Builder of Men!

    I first met Bob Polston in 1955.  He was 21, but seemed much older.  I was 14, and felt much younger. Bob was coaching a Little League baseball team from the Boy’s Club that played games at the Ch... Continue →

  • Knoxville Heritage in the News

        The launch of Knoxville Heritage was recently covered on the Knoxville News Sentinel. We thought you might be interested in reading a little bit more on why this site was created. CLICK... Continue →