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How are you getting in the Halloween spirit this year?

How are you getting in the Halloween spirit this year?

October is finally here, so are you getting your home in the Halloween spirit?  

We would love to see & share your SPOOKTACULAR decorations, creepy crafts, and homemade costumes! Just e-mail them to WhereYouLive@wbir.com.  Don't forget to tell us where you live!

 

Oak Ridge DOE collects food for Second Harvest

Oak Ridge DOE collects food for Second Harvest

Hundreds of East Tennessee families will have food on their tables, thanks to the Oak Ridge office of the Department of Energy. The DOE collected more than 11,000 pounds of food as part of this year's Feds Feed Families campaign.

It's the third year the Oak Ridge office has taken part in the national drive.

DOE employees say they're happy to give back to the community.

Celebrate an Oak Ridge Tradition at Rolling Hills Apartment Homes

Celebrate an Oak Ridge Tradition at Rolling Hills Apartment Homes

Come out and celebrate Oak Ridge and the completion of a renovation at Rolling Hills Apartment Community Thursday evening! 

'Taste of Oak Ridge' takes over Jackson Square

'Taste of Oak Ridge' takes over Jackson Square

People visited the Historic Jackson Square in Oak Ridge to take in the nice fall weather and enjoy a tasty bite or two.

"Taste of Oak Ridge" featured local area restaurants, including the Soup Kitchen and Dean's Restaurant.

Several local bands also played music throughout the evening.

The event had free admission. To sample the food, people had to purchase "tastes" for one to three dollars.

Half of the proceeds will go towards the Free Medical Clinic on Robertsville Road.

Angels of Hope helps cancer patients

Angels of Hope helps cancer patients

Hundreds of East Tennessee cancer patients benefit from a volunteer effort to help them around the holidays.

"This says love is all you need," reads a hand made pillow case.

Love motivated UT Medical Oncologist Dr. Susan Huntsinger to start a program to help the cancer patients she treats.

"To be able to do this for them and give them just that little bit of spark that little bit of hope is just a wonderful thing," she said.

She realized the holidays can be especially difficult for her patients.