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Local residents turned out Nov. 16 for another meeting on what Loudon County should do with planned unit development regulations.
A 15-year-old who went missing last month has been located.
Quilts of Valor were presented Nov. 7 to 11 veterans who are residents of River Oaks Place in Lenoir City.
Lenoir City High School students and staff took last week to appreciate education.
With members of the community in attendance, Loudon County Habitat for Humanity recently dedicated its 122nd home to a local family.
A Knoxville man was arrested Nov. 15 after law enforcement responded to a report of indecent exposure.
What started with hopes of funding one well for those less fortunate across the globe has blossomed into something more for Shepherd of the La…
Thousands of shoeboxes packed with various gifts were loaded on a truck Monday at Calvary Baptist Church to be taken to Maryville and beyond.
With December nearly here, local Toys for Tots volunteers will soon ramp up shopping for children just in time for Christmas.
Before getting underway Saturday in the St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church parking lot in Lenoir City, Good Samaritan Center of Loudon Cou…
The annual Santa’s Helper program is underway and so far this year has seen reduced need.
Dogs in a variety of shapes and sizes paraded down Depot Street with owners in tow Saturday.
Lenoir City Board of Education approved funding Thursday to get copier service back at Lenoir City High School.
Loudon County Board of Education member Brian Brown plans to step down at the end of the year.
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