It takes a lot of determination to earn a high school diploma and even more commitment to earn a college degree. Just imagine earning both at the same time.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency (TWRA) has decided to cancel Fairview’s annual Fishing Rodeo which was scheduled for Saturday, June 6, Tennessee's Free Fishing Day.
After an eight-week hiatus due to COVID-19, the Williamson County Animal Center (WCAC) is pleased to announce the resumption of its Community Cat program, designed to address the population of unaltered cats in the county.
Fairview High School juniors and seniors were pleasantly surprised when school administrators and teachers refused to let COVID-19 destroy their prom night 2020.
Fairview High’s Vincent Caccese was one of two Williamson County seniors to be a recipient of a new scholarship aimed at encouraging students to pursue a career in education.
The Big Payback returns on May 6 and Fairview’s Friends of Bowie Nature Park are inviting those able to give to support a special project this year.
The Tennessee Sports Writers Association recently announced the wrestling all-state teams for the 2019-20 season. The all-state accolades are based solely from results of the TSSAA state individual championships.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPR) has announced they will gradually reopen a number of facilities with modified schedules, amenities and limited occupant capacities that meet social distancing requirements beginning Monday, May 4.
James Pruitt Byram celebrated his eighth birthday with family at home on April 14. The son of Amber and Josh Byram, he loves reading, science and riding his bike. Grandparents are Sonny Jones, Darlene Pruitt-Jones, Patricia and Dean Parker, and Jeff Byram and Cindy Patterson.
Brady Sullivan never imagined celebrating his 14th birthday with a drive-by party, but then he never thought a virus would nearly shut down the nation either.
Mary Kinley Jones turned eight years old on March 26. She had to cancel her birthday party because of the coronavirus outbreak and everyone self isolating at home, but she will enjoy a smaller celebration with her family with a party planned for her half-birthday in September.
With each passing day, local government and school officials are adjusting policy and procedure in an effort to curb the COVID-19 virus in our community.
As the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, Fairview city officials are following leaders at the county, state and national levels with the steps they believe are necessary to keep the health and safety of our community as their highest priority.
Fairview Mayor John Blade announced Monday afternoon the City of Fairview was joining the nation, state and county in declaring a state of emergency as a result of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
Williamson County Emergency Management Agency (WCEMA) announced Thursday the afternoon theh Williamson County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) a move to a Level 3: Partial Activation due to the advancing COVID-19 situation and based on the the Williamson County Emergency Operations Plan.
Fairview families in need of food due to the closing of schools amid the COVID-19 crisis will receive some help this Friday and Saturday.
The Tennessee Department of Health has announced the COVID-19 Remote Assessment Site Locations across the state established to substantially increase the capacity to test for the virus causing COVID-19.
Williamson County Public Library Closed until further notice. The main priority of the Williamson County Public Library System is the health and well-being of our employees and customers.
On Tuesday, Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) will close all Recreation Centers until further notice.
The City of Fairview issued a public notice Tuesday afternoon to update citizens on matters related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Williamson Inc. invites the community to join them for their monthly Policy Talks, which will be held on Friday, March 27 from 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. at Columbia State Community College’s Community Room - Building A at 1228 Liberty Pike in Franklin.
Williamson County Schools have opened registration for their School Age Child Care (SACC) summer camp, and this year everyone is a winner.
After announcing Williamson County Schools would close for the remainder of last week, Superintendent Jason Golden was joined by Communications Director Carol Birdsong March 12 for a special Facebook Live addressing the COVID-19 outbreak in the county and answering questions submitted via so…
The Fairview Community Theater group will be holding auditions this weekend for their upcoming ‘Noises Off’ production. They are looking for talented actors age 18 and older who are able to move to audition for the four starring roles.
Fairview area children ages five to twelve can experience nature, science and fun at Bowie Nature Park’s Summer Camps! Registration is now open for Bowie Nature Park’s half-day camps for ages 5-7 and full-day camps for ages 8-12.
Fairview’s very own Jeff Allen is described as the best at what he does – making people laugh as hard as humanly possible. Now, Allen is bringing his show home to Fairview on the second Wednesday of each month, hosting Comedy Lab at Harvest Lab Canna.
The Harlem Wizards’ action-packed team of basketball players is returning to Fairview High School on Sunday, April 5. The event is hosted by the Fairview High School PTO with the game set to begin at 2:30 p.m. and the doors will open at 1:30 p.m.