Alcoa, Greenback, Heritage, Maryville and William Blount wrapped up their preseason schedule in the Blount County Jamboree on ...
If you want to start a family feud, just bring up religion or politics — which is why so many people set those topics as off-limits at holidays and other gatherings. But the nonprofit Braver ...
COVID-19 infections in Blount County have risen over the spring and summer, according to data from the Tennessee Department of Health, but show signs of decline as the season starts to turn.
When House Speaker Nancy Pelosi defied White House signals that she not stop in Taiwan on her valedictory tour of Asian capitals, she ignited the worst diplomatic U.S.-China row in decades.
Despite Washington, D.C.’s August heat and humidity — perfect vacation weather — the nation’s capital is immersed in politics. A thorny two-part question consumes political insiders.
East Texas is hot, and not in the way you compliment your wife when she’s mad at you for performing an epic cannonball while she’s lounging by the pool with her laptop. For the past few weeks ...
The Maryville College football team opened fall camp Thursday with an energy that was not present a year ago. In a span of six months, the Scots hired Ben Fox as the 30th head coach in program ...
Jerome Moon, the Maryville state representative for District 8, received an award from the National Federation of Independent Business at Boruff’s Auto Body Inc. in Maryville Wednesday, Aug. 10.
Nick Talley feels like one shot cost him an opportunity to compete in the Class AA state golf tournament a year ago. The then-Maryville junior was 80 yards from the pin with an opportunity for ...
Alcoa Fire Captain Richie Storie was recognized at an Alcoa Commission meeting Tuesday, Aug. 9 for being one of 660 firefighters worldwide to receive the designation of Fire Officer. The ...
More than 10% of the water fountains and sinks Blount County Schools tested this year showed high levels of lead in the water, with results from one school still pending. Of the 925 sources of ...
Pellissippi State Community College is moving and expanding its culinary arts program, with the opening this month of the Ruth and Steve West Workforce Development Center on the Friendsville campus.