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Review for Woods & Water Realty by judy
Rating: 11111
Stay far away from this company. They are not trustworthy.Once Jason Benton gets your money, he is no where to be found. I would never recommend him or Tiffany Mays ..
Review for KaTom Restaurant Supply, Inc. by Robert
Rating: Half Rating1111
Preface: I'm a homeowner who's tired of buying cheap plumbing supplies from Home Depot and Lowe's. Also, I don't like supporting Amazon and will buy from the little guy even ..
Review for Jack's Market by Tammy
Rating: Half Rating1111
We came into the store to buy wood for our fireplace , snacks and whatever else we needed. My son ask the woman running the cashier if he could use ..
Pros: Nothing
Cons: Rude and Unprofessional person running front of store.
Review for Cerren Ered by Anonymous
Rating: Half Rating1111
Currently the property has a Sexual Predator residing here.
Cons: A haven for criminals and sexual predators connected to the owner
Review for Southbound Knoxville by Jenine
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Awesome party place.
Review for Kitchen Sales and Kitchen Sales Gallery by Katie
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I just completed a second kitchen remodel with Tina Holland at Kitchen Sales. The first kitchen was at a previous home, which we sold about a year after renovating the ..
Pros: Best customer service, quality product, helpful & kind associates, work with budgets, quick & careful product delivery, stunning end result
Cons: absolutely none

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Maryville, Tennessee is located 20 miles south of Knoxville. Maryville College is located inside town. There are many historical events that have impacted the town of Maryville. The Great Indian Warpath passes through Maryville. Fort Craig was formed here by John Craig in 1785. The fort was built to provide defence against Native American tribes for the settlers. In 1795 Maryville was incorporated. Sam Houston moved to the town in 1808. He taught school while he was living there in a one room school. The school building is still intact. The Society of Friends had a large presence in Maryville and the surrounding areas. This included anti-slavery advocate Isaac Anderson who founded Maryville College. Maryville was pro-Union through out the war, causing a raid by the Confederate calvary in 1864. The court house was attacked during the raid and set on fire. Polly Tool, who was an African American slave saved most of the town's records and now has a statue in town that was placed in her honour. Maryville is located in the foothills of the Great Smokey Mountains. The eastern flank of the Chilhowee Mountain, which is known as the three sisters due to the shape of the rock formations, can be seen from nearly anywhere in town. There are around 25,000 people who reside in Maryville, Tennessee. This is a relatively well populated, yet still small, town and a very desireable area that is close to the much larger city of Knoxville, giving all of the conveniences of a large city and still keeping the small town feel.

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