The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPR) hosts a variety of programs at recreation centers across Williamson County for seniors of all ages and activity levels including art, fitness, nature and sport programs.
Fairview High football fans, get ready for some Saturday night excitement as a swarm of former Yellow Jacket football players will return to East Hickman High School to compete in the Third Annual Alumni Football Game.
The Friends of Bowie Nature Park will host their Annual Plant Swap at Bowie Park Nature Center parking lot on Saturday, April 24 at 9 a.m. Anyone wishing to participate in the swap can start setting up at 8:30 a.m.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPR) offers an assortment of summer programs for kids and teens. Make your summer plans now and don’t miss out on any of the fun! Highlights include art, dance, enrichment, nature, technology and theatre programs. Camps and activities w…
Keep Fairview Beautiful, a new volunteer group organized this spring via Facebook, is ready to sweep our community free of litter this Saturday, April 10 with your help.
High school students looking for college information have one more virtual college fair opportunity from the Tennessee Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (TACRAO) before the semester ends.
“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” has been selected as the spring play at Fairview High School. The dates will be April 8-10. The times are Thursday and Friday (April 8-9) at 7 p.m. and Saturday (April 10) at 2 p.m. for the matinee and 7 p.m. for final evening performance.
Fairview High School senior Lexie Statton has signed with Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia, Kentucky to extend her education and her competitive archery career.
If your family is looking for something fun to do this weekend, make plans to visit Bowie Nature Park and participate in the Bowie 5K or Bowie 1-Mile Fun Run.
Mary Hance, better known to Middle Tennesseans as Ms. Cheap, has joined Main Street Media of Tennessee to write a weekly column for its 13 newspapers. Hance retired in January after a 45-year career with The Tennessean and the Nashville Banner. For 27 of those years, she shared her dollar-stretching savvy to the delight of readers. In her new column, Hance will highlight Ms. Cheap’s weekly pick, as well as share her money-saving strategies.
Goodlark Pharmacy administered their 1,000th dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on March 23 as Williamson County moved to booking appointments for individuals aged 16 and older who wish to receive a vaccination.
Habitat for Humanity and Lowe’s kicked off their Third Annual Habitat for Humanity International Women Build Week March 8-15 by emphasizing the global need for women’s access to safe and affordable housing.
The show must go on! Teacher Lauren Knoop’s theater students are thankfully going to be putting on Fairview High School’s annual spring musical. The first production for 2021 will be “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.”
Shelby Caitlyn Midgett and Daniel Jacob Davis, both formerly of Fairview, were united in marriage on December 20, 2020. The couple exchanged their vows, each personally written, at Whistle Hollow in Ardmore, Tennessee.
The City of Fairview recently announced they will host a work session on Monday, March 22. The city has invited all city commissioners, County Commissioner Dwight Jones, County Commissioner Ricky Jones, School Board Representative Angela Durham, and other elected officials representing the F…
Fairview area Girls Scouts recently joined other Girl Scouts across 150 countries in celebrating World Thinking Day. Locally held on March 7, the event is designed to allow the scouts a fun way to study and appreciate other countries and cultures.
As warmer weather arrives, more people are enjoying the outdoors and spring offers lots of opportunity for yard maintenance. That’s why it is important to remember Tennessee requires a burn permit from October 15 through May 15.
This year’s Tennessee Department of Tourist Development’s 2021 Vacation Guide highlights some of the state’s best chefs and their signature dishes. Tennessee-based food critic Chris Chamberlain wrote the guide.
In the early morning hours of Thanksgiving Day 2020, the Fairview community suffered the loss of 21-year-old Eli Sullivan as a result of a UTV accident. He was survived by his father Bo, mother Heather, sisters Kelsey and Addie, a large extended family and many friends.
A group of concerned Fairview area citizens are making a difference – and they invite more local families, businesses, churches and civic groups to join them!
Fairview area residents are reminded to not let their guard down when it comes to the possibility of crime in our community. While statistics reflect Fairview as a low-crime community, crime still exist and can happen anywhere.
February was American Heart Month, as declared by President Lyndon Johnson in 1964, but heart health is something we all need to practice every month.
More than a few local residents have taken notice and are taking action in the ongoing battle to rid Fairview of roadside litter.
Everyone wants to feel better, to feel healthier. Sometimes, that can be achieved by losing weight and other times it’s more about getting physically fit. The first step is to make a personal decision, and then comes the follow through — which can be the toughest part.
Williamson County Schools recently honored the district’s Teachers of the Year. Fairview area teachers recognized include Fairview Elementary’s Bonita Smith, Westwood Elementary’s Frances McClanahan, Fairview Middle’s Joe Sulateskee and Fairview High’s Laura Lowry.
Tennessee’s Severe Weather Awareness Week runs Feb. 28 through March 6. It serves as an opportunity to become more informed about the possibilities of severe weather across our state and how you can best be prepared.
Williamson County Schools recently celebrated its hardworking staff members by honoring the WCS Classified Employees of the Year — and one Fairview area name was tops on the list.
For the third consecutive year, Williamson County students are among the nation’s academic elite after being named National Merit Finalists — — including Fairview High School’s Ryan Kilgore.
GraceWorks Minisitries Mobile Food Pantry with support from the Second Harvest Food Bank and GenOne will return to Fairview Middle School this Saturday, February 27 from 8 a.m. until all the food is distributed.