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A 41-year-old Maryville woman who told Blount County Sheriff's deputies that her son punched her in the head Tuesday afternoon is in more legal trouble than he is.

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An AARP driver safety class will be held from 1-5 p.m. May 2 and 3, at East Tennessee Medical Group, 266 Joule St., Alcoa. To register for the class, call Francis Gross at 865-984-8911.

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A proposal for the Smoky Mountain Small Bore Rally permit has been delayed once again.

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The county’s ongoing efforts to improve its criminal corrections system were highlighted at a county committee meeting Tuesday.

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Maryville College takes education outside for Earth Week

Maryville College began Earth Week activities with some lessons about environmental impact and sustainability on Wednesday.

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park has announced its opening schedule for spring.

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Two photo captions Wednesday in the story headlined “Dispatch center honors top employees” listed incorrect awards. March’s Employee of the Month was Mark “Bubba” Ownsby, and David Burton was April’s Employee of the Month.

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Maryville’s water and sewer department will conduct annual inspections of residential lawn irrigation system backflow preventers in several areas beginning the first week of May, the city said in a press release.

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A Maryville physician is one of 60 people charged nationwide for illegal prescribing and distributing of opioids and other dangerous narcotics and for health care fraud schemes.

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Maryville College will observe Earth Day 2019 with events over the next week that include cleaning up litter, an organic ice cream social, outdoor fitness opportunities and environmental sustainability activities.

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Dispatch center honors top employees

Kyla Ledford enjoyed her brief tenure as a Blount County emergency dispatcher so much 20 years ago that she came back in 2017.

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The school news from Maryville Junior High in the Tuesday, April 16, edition of The Daily Times had the incorrect author listed. Student George Terry was the author.

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Maryville resident Eric W. Barton has pledged $1 million to the University of Tennessee for scholarships for children of law enforcement officers in the Knoxville area.

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The Blount County Commission will convene for its April meeting this Thursday to discuss a resolution to make Blount County a “sanctuary” for the Second Amendment, the appropriations of state funds for a wheelchair-accessible playground, several grant applications and more.

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A day worth remembering; Blount couple spots bald eagle in neighborhood

A routine walk through a Blount County neighborhood was anything but on Saturday evening for one couple.

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Maryville resident Eric W. Barton has pledged $1 million to the University of Tennessee for scholarships for children of law enforcement officers in the Knoxville area.

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An AARP driver safety class will be held from 1-5 p.m. May 2 and 3 at East Tennessee Medical Group, 266 Joule St., Alcoa. To register for the class, call Francis Gross at 865-984-8911.

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Conservancy shares vision of preserving Foothills Parkway views

The view from the newly completed 16-mile section of Foothills Parkway is worth saving. So said the Foothills Land Conservancy to a group of interested parties at a Tuesday night meeting.

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