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Annual race honors lives lost in 2012 church van crash

More than 200 runners, along with family and friends, gathered at Cedar Grove Baptist Church Sunday afternoon to honor the lives of the two church members killed in a church van crash two years ago. More>>

Maryville woman faces drunk driving charges after allegedly striking postal carrier

A Maryville driver faces drunk driving charges after investigators said she ran a stop sign and struck a postal worker. More>>

Friendsville elementary students design new city signs

New city limit signs will now welcome visitors to the city of Friendsville, but these aren't your typical green signs. Instead, students from the elementary school were asked to get creative.  More>>

Alcoa High School students learn about sacrifice and devastation on 9/11

Alcoa High School students learned about the devastation and sacrifices Americans made 13 years ago on September 11, 2001. More>>

16 restaurants competing in 13th Annual Taste of Blount Thursday night

The 13th Annual Taste of Blount is being held Thursday night, hosted by the Blount Partnership and the city of Maryville. More>>

New school year, new communication system for Blount County School District

How do you connect with your child's school? One East Tennessee school system is taking control of how students, parents and teachers communicate via the Internet. More>>

Maryville man arrested for breaking into family member's home, punching police officer

A Maryville man was arrested Monday after allegedly breaking into a family member's home, breaking furniture and attacking a police officer. More>>

TDOT changing speed limits on parts of "The Dragon" or U.S. Highway 129

A shake up when it comes to speed limits on a popular road for bikers in Blount County, U.S. Highway 129 better known as The Dragon. More>>

Maryville City Schools finalist in Tennessee SCORE awards

 For the third year in a row Maryville City Schools is a finalist in Tennessee's SCORE awards. More>>

Blount County recovery center celebrates 25 years

An East Tennessee rehabilitation center is celebrating 25 years of helping people get sober. Hundreds of people are gathering at Cornerstone of Recovery in Louisville this weekend for the alumni reunion. More>>

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