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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
Spooktacular Extravaganza for families and pets

A Spooktacular Extravaganza for families and their pets will take place from 5-8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27, on West Broadway in downtown Maryville.

Lawson appointed to Great Smoky Mountains Park Commission

The Maryville resident was one of 217 Tennesseans selected to serve on boards or commissions across the state. Gov. Bill Haslam announced the appointments earlier this week.

Russell to speak in celebration of Archives Month

In celebration of Archives Month, Blount County Records Management and Archives Department will host a presentation from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, at the Blount County Public Library in the Dorothy Herron meeting room. This year's presentation is about William B. Scott, former Mayor of Maryville and it is entitled, "Putting the Puzzle Pieces Together with the Help of the Archives and Other Resources," by speaker, Elaine Russell.

Proposed annexations would require Maryville hire additional codes inspector

Properties on Morganton Road and Old Niles Ferry Road could be annexed into the city of Maryville in December, paving the way for two new residential developments, but either annexation would require the city to hire an additional codes enforcement inspector. The Maryville Regional Planning Commission voted unanimously Monday to recommend Maryville City Council annex 7 acres at 1910 Morganton Road and 6 acres at 2415 Old Niles Ferry Road.

Overbey receives Senate approval for U.S. Attorney of East TN Overbey ...

The Senate Judiciary Committee approved the nomination for a Maryville man to serve as the next United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee. President Donald Trump nominated Overbey, of Maryville, in July.

2 years after major jobs announcement, ammo company fails to break...

An Arizona-based ammunition company with plans to build a new headquarters and manufacturing plant in East Tennessee has missed its deadline to build in Blount County. Advanced Munitions International, also known as AMI, had until Oct. 19, 2017 to break ground and begin construction, according to the Blount Partnership.

Two arrested in strange public intoxication incidents in Alcoa, Maryville

Joseph Burl Russell, 46, Samuel Circle, Maryville, was arrested by Maryville Police officers on charges of public intoxication, violation of probation, possession of a Schedule II controlled substance and two counts of possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance . Joseph Burl Russell, 46, Samuel Circle, Maryville, was arrested by Maryville Police officers on charges of public intoxication, violation of probation, possession of a Schedule II controlled substance and two counts of possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance .

The Amazing Rhythm Aces return to familiar territory this weekend

A lot of water has passed beneath the bridge of his life, and a lot of his old friends are gone, but Russell Smith is returning to familiar territory on Friday night. It's appropriate, almost, that Miser Station - where Smith and his peers will perform on Friday - is between Maryville and Knoxville, because both towns played a big role in the development of Smith's band, the Amazing Rhythm Aces.

Maryville Uncorked to be held Oct. 26 at. Vienna Coffee House

The Downtown Maryville Association announces the eighth annual "Maryville Uncorked" Wine & Silent Auction event to be held from 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, at Vienna Coffee House, 212 College St., Maryville. The event includes a trademark sample of sparkling wine in a signature commemorative glass, music by Cindi Alpert, a broad sampling of heavy hors d'oeuvres from local restaurants, a unique assortment of wines , and the introduction of selections from local wineries, Cades Cove Cellars & Pleasant Hill Vineyards.

Blount Records for Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017

He was being held without bond pending a hearing, to be determined. a Natasha Ann Cable, 37, New Blockhouse Road, Maryville, was arrested Oct. 17 by Blount County Sheriff's Office on a charge of felony violation of probation.

Music on the porch Saturday at museum

The Cades Cove Museum will present live music on the porch from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21 featuring Earl Layhue and Jim Motter. They will perform old time rock 'n' roll music and also take requests.

Homemade tamales available from local church

Homemade tamales are available again this year from the Alzheimer's Tennessee Foothills Walk team at Logan's Chapel United Methodist Church in Maryville. The tamales are $20 per dozen and available by calling Shirley Collins at 865-379-8026 or Willie Burnette at 865-982-6496.

Maryville school board taking broader view of capacity issues

Maryville school board members made one decision Tuesday night about how to deal with the district's coming enrollment crunch: They won't annex Fairview Elementary School. During a work session before the Board of Education's meeting, they agreed without a formal vote that they will take the option of annexing Fairview from the county off the table.

Beginner tai chi classes start Oct. 24

Beginner tai chi classes will start Oct. 24, at Clear's Silat, Street Kung Fu and Tai Chi, located at 113 E. Broadway Ave., Maryville. Participants can choose from morning or evening classes.

Leon Williams Contractors completes Maryville Sleep Outfitters

Leon Williams Contractors recently completed the construction of the new Sleep Outfitters building, located at the former site of Dubb's Restaurant at 1100 Foch St. in Maryville. Leon Williams Contractors recently completed the construction of the new Sleep Outfitters building, located at the former site of Dubb's Restaurant at 1100 Foch St. in Maryville.

Ruby Tuesday Chain to be Taken Private in $146 Million Deal

Ruby Tuesday is being acquired for about $146 million in a deal that will take the struggling chain private. Like other sit-down restaurant chains, the Maryville, Tennessee-based chain has lost customers to cheaper, faster and more casual places.

St. Paul Lutheran sets Octoberfest

St. Paul Lutheran Church, 429 Sandy Springs Road, Maryville, will hold its Oktoberfest celebration from 5-7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $15. There will be German food and music by Heinz Lips.

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