Mckendree Towers was built in 1978 and it still holds a pretty cool distinction, at least for our Big Joe, who gets easily amused but we agree, this story is very cool.
It is time for some Motivation Monday with our own Big Joe. This time, he is trying to make it through a workout at F45 Training in Mt. Juliet. Does he do it? Let's find out.
If your child is four to nine years old, Ukulele Sprouts is offering a seven-week class that introduces all of the fundamentals of playing the stringed instruments with original songs that were created to add skills seamlessly, one by one.
CENTERVILLE, Tenn. — "The Grinders Switch Hour" on Centerville radio station WNKX-FM won’t ever compete with Nashville’s "Grand Ole Opry" on powerhouse WSM-AM, but this loosey-goosey program every Saturday morning is cut from the same bolt of cloth.
The inaugural After Hours in the Barnyard event at Lolly Bee Bayou attracted lots of local residents Saturday night. Located on Cumberland Drive, Lolly Bee Bayou is a barnyard in Fairview that makes a home for donkeys, chickens and lots of happy hours for owner Tara Jo Kirk, who also served …
We are all taught to respect the American Flag, and that includes proper disposal when they become worn and tattered. To assist the community in properly disposing of old American flags in a respectful manner, local teen Brooke Lindsey chose to construct a Flag Drop Box for her Girl Scout Si…
The community is invited to bring their furry friends and attend the Fairview Furry 5K this Saturday, October 23 in Bowie Nature Park. Along with promoting exercise in the great outdoors, the Furry 5K will serve as a fundraiser for two great causes – the Bowie Playground Build Project and th…
October is Family History Month in the United States. No one seems to know exactly how or when October was chosen to recognize family history, or if it is known, it hasn’t made Wikipedia yet, but that’s what it is. So how can you celebrate your family’s history?
Our Big Joe stopped by Metro Animal Care & Control where unfortunately, the shelter is full and he shows us two beautiful dogs looking for their fur ever homes.
This Saturday, October 16, the City of Fairview is making Bowie Nature Park the place to be for family fun, arts, crafts, shopping and entertainment.
The Fairview community is invited to After Hours in the Barnyard this Saturday night, October 16 to enjoy Honky Tonk, Country and Cajun bands. Hosted by Tara Jo Kirk, the event venue is Lolly Bee Bayou, located at 7209 Cumberland Drive in Fairview.
First Baptist Church Fairview has a new, but familiar, face leading the congregation with Dr. DeWayne Goodgine appointed as pastor. Goodgine is actually from Fairview!
There are many reasons that middle Tennessee is an amazing place to live and with amazing people. This story exemplifies that 100 percent. After a tornado destroys their office, what the staff of Family Voices of Tennessee did next, will not only inspire, but you will see that their cause is…
After an 18-month delay due to COVID, the Friends of the Fairview Public Library (FOFL) welcomed friends old and new at its August Book Sale. It was a huge win-win for both, the Friends and local readers.
If you are eager to enjoy a fun outdoor activity, the Fairview Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the return of Fairview’s Furry 5K on Saturday, October 23 from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. in Bowie Nature Park.
On Thursday, the community of Franklin and Williamson County came together to host a blood drive for the wife of a beloved Williamson County Sheriff Detective. Thanks to the great folks at Blood Assurance for their help in telling this positive story. Our Big Joe has more
Our Big Joe takes us to the Cheatham County Animal Control and shows us a new program that is changing the lives of the pets there and those that volunteer. Thank you to Hunter Briley and Regal Realty Group for loving these pets as much as we do
The Williamson County Marching Band Exhibition made a triumphant return September 27 after a rain delay last month and a cancellation due to COVID last year.
If you happen to catch the Fairview Middle School Falcons on the football field this season, you may have noticed a long ponytail protruding from the back of one of the junior varsity helmets. It belongs to Caylee Anne Ray.
In celebration of National Newspaper Week, Main Street Fairview wants to reach out to the community to find out how we’re doing – and ask what more do you need from your community newspaper?
Our Big Joe visited the Humane Society of Sumner County for our Pet of the Week. Along with our proud sponsor Regal Realty Group, we want you to meet "Addie" and once you hear her story, you will fall in love
It was not the usual half-time break at the Fairview Middle School’s football game September 14. On that night, the Fairview High School JROTC joined FMS in honor the memory of the 13 United States service members killed in the attack in Kabul.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) is excited to once again partner with Chicago Kite Company to host their Second Annual Kite Festival. This year’s two-day festival will be Saturday, October 9 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, October 10, 2021 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Frankl…
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPR) will partner with the Williamson County Animal Center to host the Third Annual Bark ‘n Splash Bash this Saturday, October 2 at the Longview Recreation Center at Spring Hill, 2909 Commonwealth Dr. from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
It is another wonderful opportunity to bring you our pet of the week, as Main Street Nashville has teamed with Regal Realty Group to show you lovely pets looking for their Fur-ever homes. Meet Lucille!
24th Annual Williamson County Marching Band Exhibition has been rescheduled for Monday, September 27. The Expo will begin at 7 p.m. at Independence High school, and the Fairview High Sound O' Gold Marching Band will perform at 7:12 p.m.
A nationwide social media trend has led some Williamson County School students to vandalize and destroy school property, and those students will be facing criminal charges.
How one family's passion for their beautiful special needs daughter has helped raise over a million dollars for middle Tennessee charities and shows no sign of slowing down. Our Big Joe on the Go has the story from Old Hickory Country Club
Fairview Middle School and Fairview High School students are organizing a 2021 See You At The Pole (SYATP) student prayer event this Wednesday, September 22 prior to the start of the school day.
The first meeting of a church of Christ in the Liberty Hill Community took place as a “brush arbor meeting” near the Liberty Hill School in the early 1940s.
The Fairview community united to support a “13 for 13 on 13” free benefit concert on Monday to honor the 13 United States service members who lost their lives in the attack in Kabul.