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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.
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 'pill mill' doctor sentenced to 10 years in prison
Deborah Gayle Thomas, 65, was sentenced to 10 years in prison. The former doctor worked at Breakthrough Pain Therapy Center in Maryville for the entire 17 months it was open.Annexation, rezoning needed for Robert C. Jackson Drive extension clear Maryville planning commission
This map shows a proposed route for an extension of Robert C. Jackson Drive from U.S. 321 to Morganton Road in Maryville. This map shows a proposed route for an extension of Robert C. Jackson Drive from U.S. 321 to Morganton Road in Maryville.Home Depot filling 175 openings at Knoxville area stores
The stores include its North Knoxville, Centerline and Maryville stores. The hiring event is part of a national hiring effort as Home Depot gears up for spring, it's busiest season.Maryville family upset postal worker sprayed fenced-in dog
Victoria Alexander says her dog "Bumper" is fine now, but Tuesday the two-year-old boxer struggled to breathe after he was sprayed in the face by a postal worker with what she believes was bear spray. Victoria Alexander said she let her dog out inside her fence.'One-woman looping band' Kristen Ford brings her wild energy to East Tennessee
After all, as the self-styled "one-woman looping band," she cuts a frenetic figure on stage, her and a guitar and a pedal board that allows her to flesh out her sound with a starting rhythm that repeats endlessly while she fleshes out a song's guts. There's a lot of nuance and complicated beauty to what she does, but in the end, less-than-keen observers still lump her in with so many other girls-with-guitars acts that proliferate the stages of places like Barley's Maryville, where she'll perform on Friday.Washington's Farewell Address A Caution To The Nation
Editor's Note: This editorial originally appeared in the Monday edition of sister paper The Daily Times, of Maryville, Tenn. Since today marks George Washington's actual birthday it seemed appropriate as a guest op-ed for today as well.Geneva Williams Harrison delivers Black History Month lesson at Montvale Elementary
Geneva Williams Harrison shows students at Montvale Elementary School a photo taken of her with President George W. Bush at McGhee Tyson Airport. Speaking Tuesday, just after Presidents Day, she told the students that she has met four U.S. presidents.Blount County firefighters keep brush fire from overtaking homes
A Blount County firefighter battles a brush fire Tuesday afternoon off Sam James Road. Several houses were in the vicinity of the fire, but firefighters were able to control the blaze before any structures were damaged.Healthy Lifestyle Supper Club continues March 2
The Healthy Lifestyle Supper Club will meet at 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 2 at Maryville Seventh-day Adventist Church, 2921 Sevierville Road, Maryville.Crime 9 mins ago 4:40 p.m.Blount Co. Sheriff: An attack like this 'could happen again'
In less than one minute, the life of a Blount County Juvenile Corrections Officer changed when she became the victim of a gruesome attack by a 16-year-old boy inside an unsecured portion of the Blount County Juvenile Detention Facility. In a video of the incident on Feb. 19, 2016, Joseph Dylan French comes at Corrections Officer Sheila Fortner with the porcelain lid of a toilet.Old Knoxville Highway crash ends with car fire
Officers evaluate the damage to a Ford Bronco that caught fire after it collided with a car Monday at the intersection of Old Knoxville Highway and Clayton Road. Officers evaluate the damage to a Ford Bronco that caught fire after it collided with a car Monday at the intersection of Old Knoxville Highway and Clayton Road.In the name of equality
The Rev. Dr. Willa Estell talks about Blount County United as it moves forward, at her church, St. Paul A.M.E. Zion church in Maryville.Mid-week music continues Wednesday at senior center
Blount Memorial's open stage for musicians will take place from 10-11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 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.Maryville teachers shaking up expectations for polished students
Maryville High School student Olivia Lazar shakes hands with Maryville City Council Member Fred Metz during the first round of the Amazing MHS Shake competition held Feb. 2 at New Providence Presbyterian Church. Pictured during the Amazing MHS Shake competition final rounds in Nashville this month are Maryville High School teacher Dr. Penny Ferguson, Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett, students Jacob Wall, Krista Nolan, Marissa Hastings and Madison Moore, state Sen. Doug Overbey and teacher Mark White.Royal Oaks owner seeks rezoning along U.S. 411 South
This map provided by Maryville's Department of Development Services shows the 5.2 acres along U.S. 411 South that Royal Oaks Golf Course owner Tinker Richmond has requested be rezoned from Residential to Neighborhood. Residential is indicated with yellow, Business and Transportation is indicated with blue, and the proposed Neighborhood zone is indicated by lines over the yellow.Shopping At The Dollar General
Della Phillips shops Saturday morning during the grand opening of the Dollar General at 3613 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway in Maryville. Mark Large is an award-winning multimedia specialist with photography and video.Maryville man jailed after eluding authorities
Brandon Lee Schuiten, 30, Wooddale Street, Maryville, was arrested on charges of theft, violation of probation, evading arrest and resisting arrest. Brandon Lee Schuiten, 30, Wooddale Street, Maryville, was arrested on charges of theft, violation of probation, evading arrest and resisting arrest.
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