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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
Crime 22 mins ago 11:37 p.m.Blount sheriff: Fleeing driver, passenger treated after pursuit, crash

A man and his female passenger were taken to the hospital Friday night after authorities say they fled through Sevier and Blount counties. The man allegedly assaulted a Pigeon Forge police officer.

'Summer on Broadway' to FreedomFest

Jennifer Davis' dog Ka Ching dives into the water diving for distance in the DockDogs competition Friday at the Theater in the Park on the Greenbelt. Scott Goins and James Jones with Pyro Shows set up fireworks Friday for tonight's FreedomFest fireworks show at the Duck Pond in Alcoa.

The next chapter; Shelton retiring as director of children's ministries at Alcoa First UMC

Sherry Shelton is surrounded by Vacation Bible School students and staff as she is retiring from Alcoa First United Methodist Church. Sherry Shelton, who is retiring after 18 years, talks about working with the children at Alcoa First United Methodist Church.

Suspect arrested in downtown Maryville after 20-mile chase from Townsend

A man who led Blount County deputies on a chase from Townsend to Maryville this evening is in custody after being captured in downtown Maryville. Blount County Sheriff's Office spokesperson Marian O'Briant said the suspect, who had not yet been identified, was the same man wanted for dragging a Pigeon Forge Police officer earlier today following a traffic stop.

Round table discussion addresses manufacturing concerns

Director of the Tennessee Manufacturing Association Denise Rice talks about manufacturing concerns in Tennessee at the Manufacturing Road Show stop Thursday at the Blount County Chamber. Director of the Tennessee Manufacturing Association Denise Rice talks about manufacturing concerns in Tennessee at the Manufacturing Road Show stop Thursday at the Blount County Chamber.

Bridging generations; Experienced quilters share knowledge with eager youth

Celeste Meunier and Jessica Waters show a quilt 4-H students made in class at First Baptist Church of Maryville. Celeste Meunier and Jessica Waters show a quilt 4-H students made in class at First Baptist Church of Maryville.

Local quilters take honors at quilt show

Tone Haugen-Cogburn of Maryville with her quilt named "Black and White Zig Zag," which won third place in the Group category at the recent Smoky Mountain Quilters of Tennessee show. Tone Haugen-Cogburn of Maryville stands with her quilt named "Renley Bear," which won third place in the Small Bed Quilts category at the recent Smoky Mountain Quilters of Tennessee show.

Officers converge on Maryville home following suicide threat

Police converged on a Maryville residence last week after an elderly man was threatening to kill himself with a knife, authorities said. Maryville Police Chief Tony Crisp said officers responded to a home on Cochran Road at around 2 p.m. last Friday after one of the residents began threatening to kill himself.

Maryville, Alcoa pass budgets on final readings

A 10-cent property tax for the city of Maryville was approved on final reading Thursday, in a brief and uneventful called meeting that no citizens attended. Mayor Tom Taylor told The Daily Times after the meeting that he had gotten only one phone call regarding the property tax increase and the caller was not angry.

Maryville approves subdivision with variance for longer cul-de-sac

A subdivision off Morganton Road got the go-ahead from Maryville planning commissioners although the cul-de-sac is longer than usually allowed. The Maryville Regional Planning Commission approved the preliminary plat Monday for Phase 5 of the Worthington Subdivision for applicant Derick Jones of Sterling Engineering.

Summer on Broadway: Fala the German Shepherd

Lisa William with her 6-year-old German shepherd name Fala jumps during qualifications in Smoky Mountain Dock Dogs competition at Greenbelt Park Theater during the 2016 "Summer on Broadway" event in downtown Maryville. People check out the cars in Napa Classic Car Show in the parking lot beside the Blount County Courthouse during 2016's "Summer on Broadway" festivities.

Rockers in Black Stone Cherry brings some 'Kentucky' sounds to The Shed

John Fred Young , Ben Wells, Chris Robertson and Jon Lawhon - will rock The Shed in Maryville on Saturday. Black Stone Cherry - John Fred Young , Ben Wells, Chris Robertson and Jon Lawhon - will rock The Shed in Maryville on Saturday.

Fire damages Family Brands plant

Lenoir City Police Chief Don White, who serves as the city's director of public safety, said the 911 call came in at about 7:15 a.m. "The fire department responded and realized that they had a fire that was contained between the interior ceiling and the roof line of the building," White said. "Once they entered the building to assess what they had and fight the fire, they realized that it had spread rapidly throughout the center section of the main plant.

Summer on Broadway festival closes roads, parking lots this weekend

Several downtown Maryville streets and parking lots will be closed starting Thursday for this weekend's Summer on Broadway festival. a The top level deck of the municipal parking garage will close at midnight Thursday/12:01 a.m. Friday.

Yard sale Friday-Saturday to benefit Haiti

Monte Vista Baptist Church, 1735 Old Niles Ferry Road, Maryville, will hold a two-day yard sale in the church's parking lot.

Watching grass grow: Maryville cracks down on resident who does not mow lawn

The city of Maryville is taking action against a man who doesn't mow his yard - but the process is moving too slowly for his neighbors. Gary Boling of David Lane owes Maryville $1,526 in fines, court costs and litigation taxes for City Court citations where he was found guilty for having inoperable vehicles on his property in 2016, said city attorney Melanie Davis.

Death by vehicle charged in fatal in 2015 crash

A man is scheduled to appear in court June 27 after being charged earlier this year with felony death by vehicle stemming from a fatal 2015 crash, according to court documents. Following the accident, a sample of the driver's blood was submitted to the North Carolina State Crime Laboratory in April 2015.

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