KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – A Knoxville soup and sandwich shop has the lowest health inspection score of the week, and it’s a failing grade. Tom + Chee, 9159 Kingston Pike – Grade: 66That is a failing grade. A score below 70 is considered unsanitary by the health department. This is one of the lowest scores in Knox County all year. There were six critical violations that must be corrected by the time the restaurant is reinspected.
SEYMOUR, Tenn. (WATE) – A paving contractor hired to put in a driveway scammed a young family in Seymour. The paver never put blacktop down, but was paid for the job. The contractor has a history with several police departments and came up with numerous excuses as to why he delayed paving the driveway. When the Harrises moved into their new home at the edge of the Smoky Mountains, one of the first projects on their list was to pave their dirt driveway.
Related CoverageKNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – The state of Tennessee has taken action against the former owners of a used car lot in Knoxville. The license once held by Knoxville Auto Brokers has been revoked. Knoxville Auto Brokers closed in late April without warning to its customers. The dealership’s lot on Clinton Highway had once been filled with vehicles. The owners of the lot were Brad and Crissy Hensley.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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