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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.
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
Jaycees Christmas Parade Saturday has over 100 entries
It's time for the Jaycees Christmas Parade. "We have an appropriate theme representing a traditional Classic Christmas with Mother Nature providing us a chilly day for our Christmas parade," said Keenan Sudderth, project co-chairman.Asbury Place gives new memory care household preview
Asbury Place held a holiday-themed party at the new 22-suite Alpine House for memory impaired assisted living residents Wednesday with food, music and a visit from Santa Claus. Asbury Place held a holiday-themed party at the new 22-suite Alpine House for memory impaired assisted living residents Wednesday with food, music and a visit from Santa Claus.Dudley and Friends; Two adopted donkeys put spotlight on joys of animal rescue
Dudley and Charlie became instant friends after meeting in July, as this photo shows. They were both adopted by Elaine Lintner, who lives with her husband in Greenback on about six acres of land.Habitat taking applications at Blount office
Blount County Habitat for Humanity's homeownership program applications are now available. Habitat invites any interested applicant or community member to attend an upcoming homeownership program information meeting.Pet photos with Santa Claws will be Saturday at 4 Chics
The Humane Society of East Tennessee is hosting its annual Santa Claws pet and/or children photos from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9, at 4 Chics and a Cat Resale Shop, located at 1116 E. Broadway Ave., Maryville. The cost of the photos with frame are $6 or $9 for photo with frame and all photos emailed.It all adds up: Parade spectators donate coins, bills during sheet collections for Empty Pantry Fund
Paul Bales and fellow Jaycees carry sheets in which spectators at the annual Jaycees Christmas Parade in the late 1960s/early 1970s could toss pocket change and bills to benefit the Empty Pantry Fund. They didn't realize their signs proclaimed the message, "Give to the Empty 'Panty' Fund" until the parade was over.County-operated recycling center opens in Maryville
Blount County Mayor Ed Mitchell throws the ceremonial first pieces of cardboard into the recycling compactor Wednesday at the new Blount County Recycling Convenience Center on McArthur Road. Blount County Mayor Ed Mitchell throws the ceremonial first pieces of cardboard into the recycling compactor Wednesday at the new Blount County Recycling Convenience Center on McArthur Road.Blount County sheriff asking for help locating man missing since October
Blount County Sheriff James Lee Berrong is asking for the public's help to find a missing man who hasn't been seen since October.Shop until you drop ---- at the library; December sale provides lots of gift ideas
Vinyl records like this can be purchased for only 25 cents at the Blount County Friends of the Library Pre-Owned Book Sale. Books aren't the only things being sold at the Pre-Owned Book Sale Dec. 7-9 at the Blount County Public Library.Grand jury indicts man for sexual battery
A Maryville man accused of sexually assaulting a juvenile family member was indicted on a charge of sexual battery by an authority figure by a Blount County grand jury Monday. Jason Dean Kukla, 35, Deer Run Drive, Maryville, was arrested in September by Blount County Sheriff's Office.Musicians invited to open stage at Everett
Blount Memorial's open stage for musicians will take place from 10-11:30 a.m. on Wednesdays, Dec. 13 and 27, at the Everett Senior Center located at 702 Burchfield St. in Maryville. Performer sign-up begins at 9:30 a.m. The event is an opportunity for musicians who would like to perform and join others in a community of music and fellowship.Maryville corridor annexations up for final vote tonight
No businesses or residences are affected, as the proposed annexations would take only the highways and right of way along those roadways, no adjoining property. The Maryville Regional Planning Commission voted unanimously last month to recommend City Council annex the rights of way along East Lamar Alexander Parkway to Tuckaleechee Pike, U.S. 411 South to 1,500 feet past the intersection with U.S. 129 , Sevierville Road to Nina Delozier Road and Morganton Road from Foothills Mall Drive to just past Worthington Subdivision.Maryville celebrates the season
The City of Maryville held its annual Christmas tree lighting Monday at Pistol Creek Station with singing, hot chocolate and a visit from Santa Claus. Charlotte Croft reads the Christmas story from the Bible with help from Broadway United Methodist Church's Rev.Home invasion involves near miss, leads to arrest
A misfiring handgun was all that saved an Alcoa man from being shot by his cousin during a home invasion-style robbery Saturday evening, according to Blount County Sheriff's Office reports. One man has been arrested in the incident.Bacon family's light display provides holiday cheer
The Bacon family, Mark and Alisha with daughters Mylie and Lila, started stringing the Christmas lights at their house in Maryville on Nov. 5. The Bacon's Christmas display at their home at 924 Montgomery Lane in Maryville has 45,000 lights and nearly 50 trees that are synchronized to pulsate in time to a medley of Christmas carols. The Bacon family, Mark and Alisha with daughters Mylie and Lila, started stringing the Christmas lights at their house in Maryville on Nov. 5. The Bacon's Christmas display at their home at 924 Montgomery Lane in Maryville has 45,000 lights and nearly 50 trees that are synchronized to pulsate in time to a medley of Christmas carols.Maryville police say accused burglar wanted to prove a point
A Knoxville woman told police she was trying to "prove a point" when she broke into a church and poured paint on the floor Saturday afternoon, according to Maryville Police Department reports. Murielle Jose, 22, of Knoxville, was arrested on a charge of burglary in the wake of the incident.Bailey Sellers shares her beautiful gift from her late father
A bouquet of red and purple flowers sat on the front porch when Bailey Sellers got home from lunch with friends. Then came pink flowers for her 18th birthday; red for her 19th; pink and white for her 20th; and finally, different shades of purple for her 21st.
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