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Four cancer charities charged by FTC, all 50 states, and D.C. with bilking over $187 million from consumers
KNOXVILLE — Four sham cancer charities and their operators have been charged with bilking more than $187 million from consumers. Charges were brought by the Federal Trade Commission and 58 law enforcement partners from every state and the District of Columbia.
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Maryville native serves aboard USS Charlotte
PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii – A 2011 Maryville High School graduate and Maryville, Tenn. native is part of a select crew, protecting and defending America aboard the U.S. Navy’s nuclear-powered attack submarine USS Charlotte.

Charlotte, commissioned in 1994, is longer than a football field at 362 feet and can sail under the waves at nearly 30 mph.

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Urban forestry project proposals being accepted
KNOXVILLE — Urban forestry project proposals are now being accepted by the Tennessee Department of Agriculture Division of Forestry. This is being done through the Tennessee Agricultural Enhancement Program (TAEP) and the Urban & Community Forestry (U&CF) Program.
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Knoxville native and University of Tennessee alumnus, John Cullum, will be awarded the CBT Artistic Excellence Award at the Clarence Brown Theatre’s annual Gala to be held June 7, 2015 from 6:30 - 10:00 pm at RT Lodge, 1406 Wilkinson Pike in Maryville, TN.

Understanding Car Recalls: Better Safe Than Sorry
KNOXVILLE – With nearly one in five cars recalled by manufacturers last year, local Knoxville residents would be well advised to pay attention and quickly take action, according to a local insurance authority
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Black male students to benefit from Pellissippi State program
KNOXVILLE -- Pellissippi State Community College has received a $10,000 grant to improve the retention rates for black male students at the Magnolia Avenue Campus.
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15 new reasons to visit Pigeon Forge this summer
Pigeon Forge, with more than 15 new or expanded attractions in 2015, is more fun than most any vacation spot in the Southeastern United States. With the Great Smoky Mountains rising majestically beyond Pigeon Forge, visitors can expect to enjoy the best of both worlds — entertainment and the great outdoors.

From some perspectives, Pigeon Forge has the appearance of another typical oversized, tourist trap, but its many nuggets make it a top tourist destination.
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Blount Mansion Statehood Day set for May 29, 2015
KNOXVILLE - The Blount Mansion Association is hosting its annual S​tatehood​ Day on Friday, May 29, 2015 from. The celebration will include food, drink, and merriment to commemorate the creation of the state of Tennessee here in Knoxville in 1796.
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After they’ve Seen Paree: Tennesseans and the First World War
“After They’ve Seen Paree: Tennesseans and the First World War” will be the topic of Dr. Michael E. Birdwell’s address at the annual meeting of the East Tennessee Historical Society on Thursday, June 4
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