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Just 20 miles south of Knoxville, the city of Maryville, Tennessee, is the home of over 27,000 people, according to the 2010 census. Down in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Maryville has a sister city called Alcoa. Clayton Homes, Denso and Blount Memorial Hospital are the three largest employers in the city. National championship-winning and former University of Tennessee football head coach Philip Fulmer is a notable resident from Maryville.

Population: 27258
Local Newspapers: Maryville Daily Times
Local Sports Teams: Tennessee Vols
Local Colleges: Maryville College University of Tennessee

Zip Codes associated with maryville, tennessee: 37801 37803 37804
Towns/Cities near maryville, tennessee : Alcoa Eagleton Village Rockford Louisville Friendsville Greenback

Maryville News
When others doubt; Maryville family holds to faith and hope as son recovers

Tim Cummings fist bumps his son Jonathan who doctors said would never be able to move from the neck down after an aneurysm caused him to have a stroke. From left, Timmy Cummings, Tanja Cox, Tim Cummings, Jonathan Cummings and Kelly Cummings with Jonathan who had an aneurysm that caused a stroke.

Pedestrian stable after seven-car crash outside Maryville Walmart

A pedestrian was in stable condition Friday night after being injured in a crash involving seven vehicles Thursday afternoon in the parking lot of the Maryville Walmart. Joe A. Berry, 73, Cabe Road, Greenback, was taken by ambulance to University of Tennessee Medical Center, where hospital staff said he was stable Friday night.

Giving Garden to offer free, fresh produce; Meeting for gardeners set Monday

It won't be long before home gardeners in East Tennessee will be ready to stick their hands in the dirt to grow luscious fruits and vegetables. Jessica Self will be one of them.

KEEPing Blount Beautiful; New committee seeks volunteers each month

Bob Laginess and son Lucas volunteered with Keep Blount Beautiful to pick up trash in Alcoa. The weather wasn't ideal but they pressed on.

Winstead spoke for teachers, Maryville, Tennessee and public...

Although he wasn't named National Superintendent of the Year on Thursday, Dr. Mike Winstead said he appreciated the opportunities he had this week as a finalist to share the successes of Maryville City Schools, Tennessee and public education in America. David R. Schuler, superintendent of Township High School District 214 in Arlington Heights, Ill., was named 2018 AASA National Superintendent of the Year during the school superintendents association's national conference in Nashville.

Maryville settles lawsuit with former wastewater plant superintendent

The city of Maryville has settled a lawsuit with its former wastewater treatment plant superintendent, who alleged he was fired for failing to participate in a cover-up regarding E. coli violations at the plant. Mark Skeen, former superintendent at the Maryville Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant, filed suit against the city on Jan. 31, 2017, stating he was fired eight months earlier after exposing attempts to cover up the amount of E. coli being dumped into nearby Little River and Fort Loudoun Lake during heavy rain events.

Out of Eden launches small engine repair services

Out of Eden Garden Center, 2928 U.S. Highway 411 S., is now offering small engine repair services at the Maryville facility. Lex McCarty, who owns the home and garden center with his wife Sherrie, said the Out of Eden team has been doing their own motor repair work for the past couple years, but now they're expanding the service to both contractors and residential customers.

Guitar teacher, icon Marvin Russell gets a little help from his friends

In his song "The Missing Years," singer-songwriter John Prine imagines Jesus between childhood and adulthood, painting fantastic pictures of a guy trying to find his way in the world. In addition to playing with the Beatles and recording with the Stones, Jesus, Prine sings, once "opened up a three-way package for ol' George Jones."

Maryvillle City Schools expects intermediate schools to hit capacity in three years

Maryville's two intermediate schools could reach their enrollment capacity in 2020-21, a decade earlier than expected, the school board learned Tuesday. "We're close to capacity as it sits right now," Jim Hinton, principal with Cope Architecture, told the Maryville Board of Education at its monthly meeting.

Three crash at 321 intersection

Paramedics check on a woman involved in an accident at the intersection of West Lamar Alexander Parkway and Montvale Road around 3 p.m. Tuesday. Paramedics check on a woman involved in an accident at the intersection of West Lamar Alexander Parkway and Montvale Road around 3 p.m. Tuesday.

Sign language class to start March 1

A beginning American Sign Language class is being offered beginning March 1 at Everett Senior Center, 702 Burchfield St., Maryville. Participants will learn the manual alphabet, conversational signs and develop communication skills.

'Out of the shadows': Indivisible East Tennessee brings together like-minded progressives

April White of Maryville, an Indivisible East Tennessee organizer, leads a protest outside the Howard H. Baker Jr. United States Courthouse in Knoxville on May 19, urging members of Congress to hold town halls about the Affordable Care Act. From left: Laura Lee Thompson of Knoxville; Lisa Misosky of Alcoa; Nathan Higdon, Sarah Herron and Ashley Maynard of Maryville; and Kari Keeling and Charles Smith of Knoxville celebrate Herron , organizer of Indivisible East Tennessee, being recognized by the Knoxville Women's March Coalition as one of the "ReSisters of the Year" on Jan. 21. Members of Indivisible East Tennessee meet each Sunday at Vienna Coffee House in downtown Maryville to write postcards to members of Congress.

Managing Retirement Decisions topic of session

Ken Catledge will present a program on Managing Retirement Decisions from 11 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, March 6, at Everett Senior Center, 702 Burchfield St., Maryville. Catledge, a retired income certified professional, will lead the classes on the second Monday of each month.

What's in store for 2018: Haiti ministry has building project, farming on its agenda

Christmas shoeboxes were distributed to these students in Haiti in December. It is an annual project of God's Planet for Haiti.

Blount escapes worst after weekend rains

While parts of East Tennessee saw significant flooding issues Sunday, Blount County experienced relatively mild consequences as a result of the weekend rains. Local dispatchers reported that problem areas seemed to be concentrated in the expected trouble spots, where road flooding is common in the wake of a good rain - Ellejoy Road in Walland and River Ford Road and Helton Road in Maryville.

Man stabbed in arm during Maryville road rage incident

Police are investigating after a man was stabbed in the arm during a road rage encounter with another driver in Maryville. Authorities were notified at around 7:30 p.m. Friday a man had been stabbed in the area of West Broadway Avenue and Sandy Springs Road.

Maryville retains signage from days past, historical connection

The sign advertising for JK Super Stoes has suffered from grafitti and time at 118 E. Church Ave. in Maryville. While most communities look forward, toward the future, they can also be defined by peering back at their past.

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