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Camp: June 3-6 for Hardin Valley Academy Elite Instructional Camp for rising sixth- through ninth-graders from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. firstname.lastname@example.org . Tryout: June 6 for Hardin Valley Middle School for rising sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders, 2 p.m. at Hardin Valley. Comment?
Stinnett and his company specialize in restoration of antique pianos. His family's $25 piano didn't sound right. Comment?
The Knoxville Children's Theatre presents a stage version of the story "Sarah, Plain and Tall" at its 800 Tyson St. Comment?
J. MILES CARY/NEWS SENTINEL Russell Jones, a driver for Tennessee Collision and Repair, shovels topsoil that spilled and closed both northbound lanes of Alcoa Highway in front of Rusty Wallace KIA when the truck carrying the soil overturned on Friday. Comment?
Hardin Valley Academy, through an improbable turn of events, scored two goals in rapid-fire order in the final seven minutes to rally for a 3-2 soccer win over favored Maryville on Thursday night. Comment?
This story is contributed by a member of the Knoxville community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with Knoxville News Sentinel Originally created for the love of Brently Mancini and his battle with Sarcoma in 2010, Boogie on the River continues every year in his memory. Comment?
The BelkGives on the Go Mobile Mammography Center, a 39-foot-long screening center on wheels, will stop at Belk stores in the Knoxville region in April and early May to offer free mammogram screenings. Comment?
Sierra Sims had a good feeling on the bus ride to Everett Park on Tuesday, and the day got even better once she took the softball field. Comment?
Area high-school track teams and individuals performed well Saturday at the concluding day of the 50th Annual Volunteer Track Classic at Tom Black Track. Comment?
A Friendsville woman was killed this morning when her vehicle crashed into a stopped car and caused a chain-reaction pile up at a traffic light, Maryville police said. Comment?
The following area companies have been named Blue Ribbon Small Business Award winners by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce: Always Moore Janitorial Service, Analysis Measurement Services Corp., Knoxville Comprehensive Breast Center, Partners Development, Prestige Cleaners and The Trust Company. Comment?
Blount County voters will get a chance in 61 days to decide whether they will pay a wheel tax to help pay for their schools. Comment?
Kemery and Hendrix, owner of Hendrix Engineering, will present a workshop, "Home Solar Energy Systems: Reliable and Affordable" at 7 p.m. April 29 at the Blount County Public Library, located at 508 N. Cusick Street, Maryville. Comment?
Blount County jurors were asked Tuesday to decide whether Edward Irwin accidentally shot Darrell Young in the head, and then stole his money or if he intentionally shot him and then profited from his friend's death. Comment?
Boston Marathon runner Jim Stringham of Knoxville photographed damage from his hotel room Monday after the race was hit by two bomb blasts. Comment?
A Greenback man who officers suspect was trying to commit suicide by twice aiming a gun at Maryville police Friday night was shot three times before he threw down his weapon, authorities said. Comment?
The Maryville College Theatre Department will perform Lisa Soland's "Waiting" at 8 p.m. May 2-4 and at 2 p.m. May 5 in the Clayton Center for the Arts' Haslam Family Flex Theatre. Comment?
This story is contributed by a member of the Knoxville community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with Knoxville News Sentinel The Maryville College-Community Concert Band, under the direction of Tom Delozier, will present a "Sousa Style" spring concert at 7:30 p.m. April 18 in the Clayton Center for the Arts' Ronald and Lynda Nutt Theatre. Comment?
This story is contributed by a member of the Knoxville community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with Knoxville News Sentinel The Clayton Center for the Arts in Maryville will present an opportunity for the public to engage in a live-recording of Gatlinburg-based band Tuatha Dea who will be joined by Australian recording artist Wendy Rule in ... (more) Comment?
About 25 people were in attendance Wednesday night at the Townsend Visitors Center where representatives of the Knoxville Regional Transportation Planning Organization and consultants on the environment and economics offered a vision for a seamless greenway that is years, possibly decades, in the future. Comment?