An animal rehabilitation organization asking for help after storms went through East Tennessee.
Jesse Teaster’s arrest comes almost a year after being charged in a nearly identical scheme. He was out of jail on bond at the time.
Seven hundred runners trekked through the woods of Camp Montvale in Maryville Saturday morning.
A neighbor reported Mary Ruth Walker, 69, missing on Thursday. She hasn’t been seen since May 1.
An unidentified man stole around $250 from an Alcoa gas station market early Wednesday morning.
One month ago, then-nine-year-old Andrew Borden, who was legally blind, was in need of a special kind of electronic eyewear that could final…
Maryville College received their largest gift in the college’s history.
A Blount County man claimed to have Hepatitis-C after spitting on a police officer in April.
A man charged with first degree murder of an East Tennessee officer pleaded guilty Monday.
Instead of just encouraging students to take American Sign Language, they will now be able to get credit for it in school.
A Blount County mom is calling for change at her son’s middle school, saying bullying has gotten out of control. Kelly Hill has started an o…
A Maryville man has been indicted in connection with the 2015 murder of a woman whose body was found in a creek in Vonore.
East Tennessee berry farmers say the season is in full swing, but they admit they could do without all this heavy rain.
The 16 mile stretch of the Foothills Parkway, known as the “Missing Link” is set to be completed in 2018.
A Maryville woman, who is the daughter of a fallen soldier, is grateful to a city in Mississippi. The city of Pascagoula named a street afte…
Remote Area Medical is looking for volunteers for its clinic in Maryville later this month.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam announced Tuesday that a firearms manufacturer is establishing a production facility and headquarters in Mary…
The Harmony Family Center in Maryville will be hosting an eclipse viewing party.
Gloria Davis went on a run and decided to take two loops around the block. That second look made for a quite a story.
The Blount County Sheriff’s Office teamed up with local high schoolers on Monday to help them take the pledge against texting and driving.