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    Cities Temporarily Alter Utility Policies Due to COVID-19

    In anticipation of the growing hardship posed by the economic effects of the COVID-19 Coronavirus, City of Alcoa and City of Maryville electric, water and wastewater utilities suspended cut-offs and new late fees from March 25 until April 23. Read on...
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    City of Alcoa Garbage and Recyclng Pickup

    The City of Alcoa Public Works & Engineering Department in conjunction with Waste Connections of Tennessee are working hard to continue to provide uninterrupted service as we navigate the COVID-19 impacts. Read on...
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    Norfolk Southern Crossing Maintenance Scheduled

    The City of Alcoa announces that weather permitting, Roadsafe Traffic Systems, Inc., a representative of Norfolk Southern, is scheduled to begin railroad repairs and replacement of Norfolk Southern lines and roadway crossings in the City of Alcoa Read on...
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A red and white sign near some bushes. The sign reads, "Hall Community."
The area around the former Charles M. Hall High School and Alcoa Middle School, now the Alcoa City Center, was named for the man, Charles M. Hall, who discovered the secret of smelting aluminum economically which led to the founding of the Alcoa, Inc. The school was located near a number of company houses occupied mostly by African-Americans and also the site of the former Commercial Building.