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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
4 Chics to celebrate '50s with half price sale

A celebration of the 1950s will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 23, at 4 Chics and a Cat Resale Shop, 1116 E. Broadway Ave., Maryville. Store employees wear poodle skirts and rockin' around the clock as shoppers take advantage of 50 percent off prices.

Amvets Post 22 will hold spring yard sale

Amvets Post 22 will hold a spring yard sale from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, April 20, and Saturday, April 21, at the Post home, 3705 Legends Way, Maryville, at the entrance to Royal Oaks Community on Highway 411 South. The sale will include toys, children's name brand clothing, household items, furniture and accessories from a Knoxville furniture store.

Fundraiser for Community Food Connection will be April 26

Condredge Holloway will be the guest speaker at The Community Food Connection fundraising dinner furnished by Olive Garden. Pictured are Carmen Cannon , Kathy Cook, Bob Harralson, Linda Wells and Tyler Grizzell.

Tennessee Chamber stops in Maryville for Statewide Manufacturing Tour

Robert Fisher with RELETECH talks with Kate Oliver about the use of 3-D printers for use in manufacturing during a tour by the TMA Statewide Manufacturing Tour to Blount County on Tuesday at the Blount Partnership. Denise Rice talks about manufacturing in Tennessee as part of the TMA Statewide Manufacturing Tour visiting 13 cities in the state to promote manufacturing.

Spring has surely sprung; it's time for Maryville Farmers Market to showcase its bounty

People shop for herbs, flowers, vines and vegetables on April 7 at Honey Rock Herb Farm in Louisville during Spring Fever Day. Michal Bradsher flips through a scrapbook at Honey Rock Herb Farm in Louisville.

Maryville High School Scholars Banquet honors 46

Maryville High School scholar Henley Sartin receives her stole from Assistant Principal Donna Wortham on Wednesday during the Maryville Scholars Banquet held at the Airport Hilton. Aaron Klingensmith receives a plaque recognizing him as a Senior Scholar from Maryville High School Principal Greg Roach and physical education teacher Suzanne Singleton, a member of the Maryville Scholars Committee.

Jeff Barbra and Sarah Pirkle

Jeff Barbra and Sarah Pirkle will be the hosts and featured performers for tonight's WFIV-FM "Behind the Barn" radio show, broadcast live from Barley's Maryville. Jeff Barbra and Sarah Pirkle will be the hosts and featured performers for tonight's WFIV-FM "Behind the Barn" radio show, broadcast live from Barley's Maryville.

Bliuesman Walter Trout shares memories of Maryville

Award-winning blues singer and guitarist Walter Trout has had any number of high-profile associations over the course of his nearly 50 year career - among them, such legendary artists and ensembles as John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Canned Heat, John Lee Hooker, Percy Mayfield, Big Mama Thornton, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vincent," and Joe Tex, to name a relative few. However, it's his unlikely connection to Maryville that makes his appearance here next Wednesday something of a wistful return."

Maryville College partners with Tennessee Wesleyan University for nursing program

Future nurses can earn two degrees in four years, under a partnership that begins this fall between Maryville College and Tennessee Wesleyan University. Students will begin with two years at Maryville College and complete their education at the TWU site in Knoxville, with the option to continue living on the Maryville campus.

Spring rabies clinic set May 3 and May 5

The Blount County Health Department, in cooperation with the Rabies Control Division, Tennessee Department of Health and local veterinarian clinics has scheduled an annual Rabies Vaccination Community Clinic. The cost is $10 per animal and all pets must be on leashes or in carriers.

Free diabetes program begins May 2

The Blount County Health Department and University of Tennessee Extension will be offering a free Take Charge of Your Diabetes Program workshop. The six-week program is designed for people with diabetes and caregivers to learn basic skills necessary to self-manage their diabetes and work effectively with their health care professionals.

Couple killed in Alcoa Highway crash from Maryville

A couple who died from injuries sustained in an April 8 crash on Alcoa Highway have been identified as Maryville residents. Gary P. Bonner, 84, Dunkirk Drive, died a day after the crash, while his wife, Carol E. Bonner, 81, died at the scene, police said.

Amvets Post 22 provides flagpole to Clover Hill Senior Living

William Blount High School's AFJRROTC Honor Guard Alex Taluc, Shannon Martin, Kayla Faircloth and Annie Brown unfold the flag to raise it on the flagpole Saturday during Amvets Post 22 flag dedication at Clover Hill Senior Living. An honor guard from William Blount High School's AFJROTC raises the flag during a dedication ceremony Saturday at Clover Hill Senior Living.

Maryville grandmother has found 'true love' with 19-year-old husband

EXCLUSIVE: 'We went at it like she just didn't exist.' Former Playmate reveals she had sex with Donald Trump in front of her friend during a steamy six-month affair while his then-fiancA©e Marla Maples was pregnant with Tiffany Grandmother, 72, insists she has found 'true love' with her NINETEEN-year-old husband - who says he's 'really mature for his age' and 'has never been attracted to younger women' A 72-year-old grandmother insists she has found 'true love' with her 19-year-old husband - who says he has 'never seen attracted to younger women'.

Guns, vodka lead to Maryville man's arrest

A Maryville man was arrested Saturday after he allegedly fired off weapons on his property during a drinking binge, then struggled with deputies who came to arrest him, according to a Blount County Sheriff's Office report. Bobby Gene Walker Jr., 50, Jeania Lane, Maryville, was charged with resisting arrest, reckless endangerment involving a weapon and possession of a weapon where alcohol is involved.

Give 'em 6 (square feet): Maryville planning commissioners opt for larger signs in residential zones

This property at 310 Sanderson St. is listed for sale by Dan Monat, who serves on the Maryville Regional Planning Commission. The wishes of local real estate professionals prevailed Monday, as Maryville planning commissioners opted to allow 6 square feet of signage in residential districts, an increase from the proposed 4-square-foot limit.

18 grams of marijuana found in traffic stop

Arriving to the scene of a traffic stop initiated by LCPD, 9th Judicial Drug Task Force agents found a rental vehicle driven by Victor Laron Brown was stopped and was subsequently given a probable cause search due to a strong odor of marijuana coming from inside. "Agents also observed a plastic bag containing a large amount of counterfeit $100 ... bills that was found in the glove compartment of the rental car," Brendan DeBoer, DTF agent, wrote in a report.

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