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About: maryville, tennessee

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
PHOTOS: Signal Mountain Girls Top Tyner 57-42.

Emma Grimes led three players in double figure scoring for the Covenant women's basketball team, but the Scots suffered a 79-61 loss to USA South foe Maryville on Thursday night inside Barnes PE Center.

The Shed Smokehouse and Juke Joint

Parked motorcycles line both sides of Broadway Avenue through downtown Maryville during the state Harley Owners Group Rally in 2013. A regional rally will return to Maryville the first weekend of June.

Man charge with assault after party

A Walland man was arrested Tuesday after assaulting two guests at a party, beating up his girlfriend, and then struggling with deputies who responded to the disturbance, according to Blount County Sheriff's Office reports. Gerald A. Johnson, 25, Cold Springs Road, Walland, was charged with domestic assault, two counts of simple assault, resisting arrest and vandalism.

BOMA votes 4-1 for hotel/motel tax; awaits state exemption

Farragut Board of Mayor and Aldermen is seeking state authorization to enact a hotel/motel tax to fund a tourism program. The Board voted 4-1 during its meeting Thursday, Jan. 12, to approve a resolution requesting Tennessee General Assembly exempt the Town from the state's law prohibiting municipalities from enacting the hotel/motel tax and allow the Town to levy the tax.

Maryville planning commissioners don't back down to combative developer

Scott Davis, who identified himself as a former county commissioner , requested approval of the final plat for Brentwood Subdivision on County Farm Road, which is in Maryville's planning region. The 86-lot subdivision on 20.5 acres was titled Lail Property when it received preliminary plat approval from the Maryville Regional Planning Commission on Feb. 20, 2017, and revised preliminary plat approval on April 20, 2017.

Blount County blanketed with over inch of snow, no major problems reported

Over an inch of snow has fallen across Blount County since Tuesday afternoon, but apart from some treacherous back roads, officials report no major issues. Roads through Maryville and Alcoa are reported to be mostly clear.

Blount County man arrested after attack

A Maryville man is facing assault charges after law enforcement learned he tried to attack two individuals with a butcher knife. Responding to a fight in progress on Poplar Street, Loudon Police Officer Jonathan Yates saw three people running down the street.

Blount County firefighters battle blaze as snow falls

As the snow began to fall Tuesday afternoon, the Blount County Fire Department responded to a fire at a house at 2601 Blount Ave. As the snow began to fall in Blount County Tuesday afternoon, the Blount County Fire Department responded to a fire at 2601 Blount Ave. As the snow began to fall Tuesday afternoon, the Blount County Fire Department responded to a fire at a house at 2601 Blount Ave. As the snow began to fall in Blount County Tuesday afternoon, the Blount County Fire Department responded to a fire at 2601 Blount Ave. Not long after snow began falling Tuesday afternoon, Blount County firefighters were dispatched to a house fire on Blount Avenue.

Open stage for musicians takes place Jan. 24

Blount Memorial's open stage for musicians will take place from 10-11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24, 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.

Blount County Schools Art Show set for March 27

Blount County Schools will present its annual Elementary Art Show from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, March 27, at Central Office, located at 831Grandview Drive, Maryville. Each of the students having art presented at this show is a winner.

Exiting the program; Other churches step up as two suddenly leave Family Promise

Kathi Parkins, executive director of Family Promise, checks on progress at the new home of Family Promise, Bungalow United Methodist Church in Maryville back in April. It has since opened.

Domestic fight involves choking, knife

A Maryville man was arrested Friday after threatening to kill himself with a knife and then choking her nearly unconscious, according to Blount County Sheriff's Office reports. Davin W. Risher, 40, Jeania Lane, Maryville, was arrested Jan. 12 by Blount County Sheriff's Office on a charge of aggravated domestic assault.

Ronnie Lucas Wilson, 31, of Knoxville, was captured Saturday morning...

KNOXVILLE Ronnie Lucas Wilson, 31, of Knoxville, was arrested Saturday, just one day after he was added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's top 10 most wanted list. Wilson was wanted by the Knoxville Police Department and the TBI to face a charge of attempted first-degree murder of a police officer.

Clayton Homes Announces 'Raise the Refund' Sales Promotion

MARYVILLE, Tenn: Clayton Homes, one of America's largest homebuilders, announces the start of its 'Raise the Refund' tax season promotion. Beginning today, Clayton Homes retailers are offering new Energy Smart homes starting at just $60,000* plus delivery and installation.

Man Accused of Shooting Knoxville Officer Captured Early Saturday, Jan. 13

A man who was added to the TBI's 'Top 10 Most Wanted' list Friday is now in custody. Ronnie Lucas Wilson was captured early Saturday, Jan. 13. Wilson.

Swann appointed to three new Senate committees

State Sen. Art Swann, R-Maryville, has been appointed to first vice chairman of the Senate Transportation and Safety Committee. In addition to the leadership role, Lt.

Lecture topic will be 'Grandparents raising Grandkids'

Blount Memorial Senior Services will continue its ongoing "Lifelong Learning Lecture Series" on Thursday, Jan. 25 from 1:30-3 p.m. at the Vienna Coffee House, located at 212 College St. in Maryville. This month, attorneys Kevin Shepherd and Elizabeth Maxey Long will present "Grandparents Raising Grandkids - The Invisible Caregivers."

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