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A Knoxville woman was arrested Friday after providing drugs to minors.
A Lenoir City teen has put in hundreds of hours of work to be awarded a gold medal in the Congressional Award program.
Loudon’s Tina Brunetti is using art to spread awareness of endangered animal species and Native American culture.
Loudon United Methodist Church is offering residents outdoor access to books after a Little Free Library was installed.
Gospel music echoed Sunday morning in Lenoir City Park as North Lenoir Church held its annual picnic for fellowship and fun.
The fifth annual Banking on Education has started in Loudon County as a way to help raise funds for the new school year.
Crowds gathered on a sunny, hot Saturday in Lenoir City Park for fun and fireworks during the 20th annual Rockin’ the Docks.
In the garden, July is very much a month of ripeness as all the promise of May and June comes to fruition.
As restaurants and other retailers begin reopening, the number of weekly certification claims for unemployment has gone down.
The March death of a 3-year-old Lenoir City boy was officially ruled a homicide.
Two local men are hoping to bring the historic Carmichael Inn back to life in downtown Loudon.
Loudon County residents were given plenty of opportunity to celebrate the Fourth of July on Saturday as parades went off without a hitch in Le…
Lenoir City Schools is ramping up its iLearn Institute in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nonprofits in the area are resuming services after coronavirus concerns forced them to halt fundraising efforts and other aspects of business.
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Loudon County News-Herald