After County Music Hall of Fame member and Southern rock legend Charlie Daniels died Monday morning, the news spread across Mt. Juliet and Wilson County as fast as his famous fiddling.
The small city of Fairview, Tennessee is becoming known the world over as a great place to live thanks to a multitude of generous local families stepping up to host foreign exchange students.
Williamson County Schools recently hosted a virtual ceremony recognizing military-bound graduates from all county high schools – and thanking them for choosing to serve our country after high school.
Some Dickson County residents are opposing plans presented for the construction of a fuel terminal used to fill up scores of tanker trucks that deliver to gas stations – and Fairview residents could be impacted.
Gov. Bill Lee and his health commissioner touted a plan last week to allow people to visit loved ones in long-term care facilities, but just how easy will that be to accomplish?
Williamson County Animal Center (WCAC) in Franklin has resumed its regular public hours with the adoption center open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Visitors will be asked to wear face protection and maintain social distancing as outline…
This is a summary of a press conference streamed live Wednesday by Gov. Bill Lee on COVID-19 and race relations. Nursing homes will open to visitors on Monday.
The Williamson County Election Commission is announcing a county-wide effort to recruit poll officials for the upcoming August 6th and November 3rd elections.
Memorial Day Weekend came and went with no word, but now, the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPR) has officially announced plans to open the Fairview Recreation Center’s outdoor pool today, Wednesday, June 3.
Fairview is home to Bowie Nature Park which offers visitors over 700 acres of forest, lakes and of trails to explore the great outdoors. With the current COVID-19 pandemic, all park events including Camp Bowie have been canceled for the summer of 2020.
Williamson County residents with motor vehicle registrations that expired between March 12 and May 31 should proceed to register their vehicle with their county clerk without an emissions certificate by June 15. Registrations completed after June 15 will require an emissions certificate.
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.
After two months of modified services to low-income families, GraceWorks Ministries will expand hours, revamp food distribution and open its thrift store today, May 27.
US News and World Report magazine recently published its annual Best High School Rankings and Fairview High School made the top 30 for the State of Tennessee.
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.
As state leaders continue to evaluate conditions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tennessee Supreme Court recently asked each judicial district in Tennessee to develop a comprehensive re-entry plan for reinstating all in-person court proceedings.
Governor Bill Lee is encouraging all Tennesseans to take advantage of the free COVID-19 test and get tested.
In the wake of recent deadly tornadoes and catastrophic winds and amid a worldwide pandemic and economic collapse, generosity continues to help define Middle Tennessee. The Big Payback’s seventh annual 24-hour online giving event raised more than $4.3 million in funds for participating area …
Just when local residents did not think their stay-at-home situation could get worse – several thousand discovered a new appreciation for electricity after a storm system generating strong wind gusts left them powerless.
This is a summary of a phone call Gov. Bill Lee had on Wednesday with reporters from various community newspapers. The call is one of several that has been organized by the Tennessee Press Association.
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.
During these times of COVID-19 uncertainty, more than a few Fairview residents are stepping up to make sure some things in life are not totally ruined by social distancing restrictions – like Fairview High School’s Prom Night 2020.
This is a summary of Gov. Bill Lee’s COVID-19 briefing from Thursday, April 23. Restaurants will reopen Monday with 50 percent capacity of customers. Retail stores will reopen with 50 percent capacity Wednesday. Some businesses will have to wait to reopen. More details, including requirements for masks and temperature checks, will be given Friday morning.
Tennessee is looking at a variety of business reopenings on different dates, locations and by type of operation, much like a patchwork quilt, as some could open on Monday, April 27, many on May 1, but others in the largest cities depending on what local leaders allow.
At a time when all our lives have been turned upset down by the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, many local residents are looking for ways to help others while still remaining safe and sheltering in place.
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.
This is a summary of Gov. Bill Lee’s COVID-19 press conference from Wednesday, April 8. The news includes the growing access of rapid-result tests at a chain of urgent-care clinics.
A COVID-19 computer model that the president and Tennessee governor are following suggests the state will hit the peak demand for hospital resources on Wednesday, April 15 and will experience 587 deaths by Aug. 4, about 2,600 fewer than originally predicted.
Small business loans and record unemployment claims are being processed, and a listing of the ethnicity of COVID-19 patients becoming available were among the highlights of Gov. Bill Lee’s press conference on Tuesday, April 7.