Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) is pleased to announce the Wilkins Branch Mountain Bike Park is officially open to the public. The park, named after its location, sits on approximately 156 acres of hilly, wooded land at 5664 Wilkins Branch Road in Franklin, just west of Main St…
Williamson County Parks and Recreation’s (WCPR) dance program, Rhythm and Spirit, offers fun and affordable dance classes for youth ages 3 and up. Rhythm & Spirit is a wonderful opportunity for kids to dance in a non-competitive environment, full of students who are eager to learn and ha…
After missing two weeks of varsity football competition due to a school closure resulting from COVID-19 concerns, the Fairview High School Yellow Jacket Football Team is ready to take the field this Saturday.
Hey, Fairview Jacket fans! This Friday, September 25 is your last chance to show your school spirit and win some money at the same time!
Columbia State Community College has received a $200,000 grant from Tennessee Board of Regents to support the Middle College Mechatronics program for the 2020-2021 academic year.
The Williamson County School System operates 10 high schools across the county – but only one, Fairview High School, has cancelled all in-person classes and extracurricular activities due to COVID-19 concerns.
The Friends of Bowie Nature Park will be collecting worn, torn, faded or badly soiled American flags during the month of October at the Bowie Nature Center located at Bowie Nature Park in Fairview.
When the idea of creating the Fairview Arts Council (FAC) first arose in the summer of 2018, it was just a few of local artists getting to know each other in hopes of promoting the arts in the community.
Fairview High School parents were alerted around 3 p.m. Friday afternoon that classes and sporting events have been cancelled due to increased absences related to the COVID-19 virus.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPR) is offering several nature programs at Timberland Park in September! All programs are open to the public, and free of charge. Program participation is limited to meet social distancing requirements. A maximum of ten (10) individual…
Williamson County Schools are seeking substitute teachers. The district is looking to hire substitute teachers around the county. Substitute teaching can be a great job for those wanting something that fits their schedules.
For the first time ever, the Friends of the Williamson County Public Library are holding a Friends-Members-Only Book Sale.
Friday night was a big night for Fairview High Yellow Jacket football. It was not just another exciting victory on the gridiron and Senior Night – it was also the 100th varsity win for head football coach Chris Hughes.
Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens, Funeral Home & Cremation Center recently announced plans to host a special “Day of Remembrance” event on Friday, September 11, 2020 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. in honor of the victims of 9/11 as well as the first responders who so bravely and selflessly protect an…
The Fairview community once again demonstrated how they can quickly pull together when a need arises. Recently, it came to the attention of city leaders that there was a need for ear buds due to more students learning virtually on their laptops.
The Fairview Yellow Jackets were hoping to battle Hickman County on the gridiron last Friday night for their first home game of the season. That didn’t happen after Hickman County High announced they were unable to participate after some of their players were being quarantined due to COVID-1…
If you are looking to escape to the great outdoors, find something productive to do, maintain social distancing and make new friends, Randy Smith has the answer – Fairview's Operation Vacuum 100 resumes this Saturday.
Four Fairview High School graduates were among more than a dozen Williamson County high school students earning Advanced Placement (AP) Capstone Diplomas or Certificates for exemplary work in their AP Research and AP Seminar classes.
Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson allowed the order mandating face coverings across the county to expire as of Saturday. His decision followed “lengthy deliberation and consideration of extensive input,” according to a statement released by his office.
The Fairview High School Band offeres a unique opportunity for local residents and businesses to show their patriotism while supporting the music program.
The Fairview Parks and Landscaping Board presented a proposal to the city commission August 20 for a replacement playground in Bowie Nature Park. The response from the five-member board and those in attendance was favorable.
Lees-McRae College Head Men’s Soccer Coach Shane Calvert announced the addition of 15 newcomers to his 2020 recruiting class – including Fairview High School’s Andrew Gillette and Nate Phillips.
Just when you think 2020 could not get any stranger, Fairview city voters may need some help deciphering the November municipal election ballot.
Main Street Media of Tennessee, the premier provider of local news and information in Middle Tennessee, has expanded its portfolio with the launch of a daily high school sports e-newsletter.
Lee Crow may be from Petal, Mississippi, but she and her family have called Fairview home since 2006. She currently serves as director and instructor in ballet, tap and ballroom for Crosswinds Academy of the Arts.
If you're looking for a great way to enjoy the outdoors, the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPR) is offering nature programs at Timberland Park this Friday and Saturday.
If you have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be able to apply for emergency cash assistance – but the deadline to apply is Saturday, August 29, 2020.
The wait is over! Dollar Tree, Inc., North America’s leading operator of discount variety stores, opened its new Dollar Tree store in Fairview Thursday, August 27.
The Fairview Lady Yellow Jackets hit the volleyball court this week to jump start their 2020 season. After falling short in their season opener at Harpeth, the Lady Jackets celebrated a big district win on the road at Cheatham! 3-0.
The Fairview High School Yellow Jacket Football Team is excited to take the field this Friday night for the annual Battle of 840 against cross county rival the Page High Patriots. The game signifies the start of the 2020 varsity football season – a night many Yellow Jacket fans have been eagerly anticipating and feared would not happen amid the concerns raised by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Williamson County Schools just announced Friday afternoon they will be using a phased-in approach in their return to campus plan for traditional, on-campus students and staff beginning Monday, August 24.
To assist local residents in adhering to the current Williamson County mask mandate in effect until August 29, the City of Fairview is offering a free mask giveaway this Friday, August 14.
The Williamson County Public Library System is adapting their services due to the COVID-19 pandemic including Story Times, digital access and their popular summer reading program.
If books were among your essential items to pass time during the past few months, your bookshelf may now be overflowing. The Friends of the Fairview Public Library is hosting a book Donation Day on Saturday, August 22 in the library parking lot.
June Lusty is returning to the Fairview Recreation Center with her Teen and Adult Pottery program on Tuesdays from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon or 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. for individuals ages 13 and up. No experience is necessary!
Williamson, Inc. has been charged with leading a taskforce for the purpose of evaluating a possible revision of the official Williamson County seal. Residents of the county are being invited to share their views on the Williamson County seal by visiting williamsonchamber.com/countyseal.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPR) is offering several nature programs at Timberland Park in August! All programs are open to the public, and the majority are free. Program participation is limited to meet social distancing requirements. A maximum of ten (10) indivi…
For 2020 only, the Tennessee General Assembly approved two sales tax holiday weekends to help Tennesseans save money and support the economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic.