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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
Women's March in Knoxville draws 14K protesters - and 20 white supremacists

There was a heavy police presence and counter-protesters on hand Sunday at the scene of the Knoxville Women's March downtown there were no early signs of the white separatists who vowed to protest the event. Jacqueline Hill, of Alcoa leads attendees of the Knoxville Women's March in a chant at Krutch park in downtown Knoxville Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 .

Maryville department heads ask for 12 new positions in Fiscal Year 2019

Repairs to the John Sevier tennis courts in Maryville are among the budget requests Maryville City Council saw Friday at the end of a two-day retreat. This long rip in the court surface is one reason Maryville staff have requested $762,000 be budgeted in Fiscal Year 2019 for repairs to the John Sevier tennis courts.

Tennessee Legislature kicks off Second Half of 110th General Assembly

The Second Regular Session of the 110th Tennessee General Assembly officially convened this week in Nashville, with lawmakers gathering to continue the work they were elected to perform by the people of Tennessee. This kick off by the state legislature marks the 26th time that the General Assembly has met in a Second Regular Session, the first time being 1968 with the 85th General Assembly.

Church team selling tamales as fundraiser for Alzheimer's Tennessee

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.

Dr. Keri Prigmore confirmed as new Parks and Rec commissioner

Dr. Keri Prigmore, newly appointed at-large commissioner on the Maryville-Alcoa-Blount County Parks and Recreation Commission, sings before leading people in prayer during a Stand Against Racism rally. Dr. Keri Prigmore, newly appointed at-large commissioner on the Maryville-Alcoa-Blount County Parks and Recreation Commission, sings before leading people in prayer during a Stand Against Racism rally.

Seeing a need; Broadway, Salvation Army band together to feed hungry

Dianne Scent and Lisa Sumpter prepare soup for the Salvation Army's free lunch at Broadway United Methodist Church on Friday. Anyone is welcome to come for a hot meal.

DENSO president delivers lesson in leadership at Maryville High School

Jack Helmboldt, president of DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee Inc., tells Maryville High School students Friday that manufacturing will increase with changes in U.S. tax law. DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee President Jack Helmboldt talks Friday morning to Maryville High School students about leadership and opportunities in manufacturing.

Maryville woman charged with 19 counts of aggravated animal cruelty

Blount County Sheriff's Office Deputy Austin Kirkland, Deputy Christina Wallen, Chief Deputy Jeff French, Deputy Joey Maus and Blount County Animal Center Director Jim Naelitz talk Friday about several deceased and emaciated animals found this week at a residence on Highway 72. Amy Renea Robertson, 43, Highway 72, Maryville, was charged with 19 counts of aggravated animal cruelty. Her bond and court date had not immediately been set.

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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.

An evening of ballroom dancing takes place at Everett

The Everett Senior Dancers invite the community to a ballroom dance to be held from 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20, at Everett Senior Center, 702 Burchfield St., Maryville. David Correll's Band will provide the music.

One Book Blitz students search businesses for golden tickets during scavenger hunt

Montvale Elementary student Brasco Cox, 9, shows off the stamps he collected at Foothills Mall during the One Book Blitz Scavenger Hunt. Julianna Hebert, 9, laughs after she sees where the golden ticket was hidden in Horn of Plenty Marketplace during the One Book Blitz Scavenger Hunt.

Maryville woman takes folding chair to boyfriend's head, sharp objects to self

Haley Kimberly Lynn Wood, 20, Deltas Way, Maryville, was arrested by Blount County Sheriff's Office deputies Sunday morning on a charge of domestic assault. Haley Kimberly Lynn Wood, 20, Deltas Way, Maryville, was arrested by Blount County Sheriff's Office deputies Sunday morning on a charge of domestic assault.

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.

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