A group of concerned Fairview citizens has formed an alliance and filed a lawsuit in hopes of giving a voice to citizen concerns about residential developments and their impact on the community, local parks and the natural environment.
The Fairview City Commission has approved a resolution to annex 114 acres on Northwest Highway which comes into the city with an R-40 single family residential low-density zoning.
With the peak summer boating season underway, and amid an increase in boating accidents across the state, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency continues its crackdown on violations, especially Boating Under the Influence (BUI).
Williamson County Schools’ employees will receive a four percent raise as part of the budgets approved by the Williamson County Commission July 12.
(The Center Square) – When the promotions featuring Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and country music star Brad Paisley began for the new “Tennessee on Me” tourism initiative, it took many of Lee’s Republican colleagues by surprise.
Many volunteers with Fairview’s Bowie Playground Build Committee felt like it was Christmas in May when City Manager Scott Collins announced he had found a way to finance most of the Treehouse Playground project from a bond issue. The good news came at the May 20 City Commission meeting.
As Tennessee ushers in a new fiscal year on July 1, several new laws protecting and benefitting Tennessee’s first responders, active military service members and veterans will take effect.
The City of Fairview will host the 10th Annual Fairview Independence Day Celebration this Saturday, July 3rd on the front lawn of city hall — and everyone is invited to attend!
Main Street Fairview is offering a three-part series to cover all the valuable information shared during the recent 2021 Outlook Williamson event. Here is Part 3.
Several new laws protecting children are set to take effect on July 1 in Tennessee. This includes major Truth in Sentencing legislation ensuring parole and probation are not options for those found guilty of certain violent crimes that historically target women and children. These crimes inc…
Main Street Fairview is offering a three-part series to cover all the valuable information shared during the recent 2021 Outlook Williamson event. Here is Part 2.
To serve the growing demand for large-scale rehearsal spaces and production facilities, Elevation Studios plans to break ground on a new campus in Fairview.
Fourth of July is ten days away, but the sale of fireworks had sparks flying at last Thursday’s city commission meeting. The discussion arose after TNT Fireworks, out of Alabama, set up tents at Walmart and Flying J.
Williamson County Schools continually explores new and innovative ways to educate the county’s youth and prepare them, not just for continuing their education in college, but also for real world life. One such opportunity being offered to WCS students is the Entrepreneurship and Innovation C…
Main Street Fairview is publishing a three-part series to cover all the valuable information shared during the recent 2021 Outlook Williamson event. Here is Part 1.
The Williamson County School Board approved a revised 2021-22 General Purpose Budget of $414,579,134 at their May 17 meeting. The revised budget will be submitted to the County Commission committees for approval.
The Fairview City Commission and the Fairview Municipal Planning Commission will hold a joint work session on Tuesday, June 8 at 6 p.m. to discuss the Master Development Plan for Fairview Town Center.
The Bowie Playground Build Committee is excited to announce they will be hosting Super Sign Saturday this Saturday, June 5 to raise funds needed to start construction on the future Treehouse Playground in Bowie Nature Park.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation recently launched TN KidKit, a resource to help parents and guardians document key details about the children in their care, just in case an emergency should arise.
Construction on the future Treehouse Playground in Bowie Nature Park could start as early as the spring of 2022 thanks to a recent funding proposal offered to the City Commission by Fairview City Manager Scott Collins.
Over 45 Williamson County Schools’ students earned the Advanced Placement (AP) Capstone Diplomas last week — and 10 of those students were enrolled at Fairview High School.
Williamson County will receive federal recovery assistance under a Major Disaster Declaration as a result of the severe weather and flooding that occurred across the state from March 25 through April 3, 2021.
After months of discussion on citizen concerns, the Fairview City Commission approved the rezoning of the Groves property located north of Bowie Park and south of Cox Run Subdivision between Wayne’s Lane and Mangrum Lane.
Fairview High School was buzzing with excitement last Friday morning as Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and a host of other dignitaries visited the campus to tour the state-of-the-art mechatronics program and congratulate a special group of students.
The Tennessee House recently voted to add a right-to-work amendment to the state constitution, giving voters the chance to decide its fate.
Fairview Police responded to a report of a bank robbery at 5/3 Bank on Fairview Boulevard around 10:30 a.m. last Tuesday morning.
The City of Fairview will offer all citizens an opportunity to get better informed about the operations of municipal government by attending their annual Focus on Fairview, two public information events scheduled for mid May.
(The Center Square)—Net liabilities in Tennessee for other post-employment benefits, which consist mainly of health care obligations to retired public employees, stood at about $10.2 billion in 2019, according to a new analysis from the Reason Foundation.
After a 2-2 split vote, the Fairview Board of Commissioners took no action at their April meeting on two separate requests to annex property on Northwest Highway.
(The Center Square) – Gov. Bill Lee has promised criminal justice reform in Tennessee, and several of his proposed bills that are set to move forward in coming weeks could have a significant effect on those in the state’s prison system.
The Fairview City Commission will hold two public hearing on Thursday night before casting a final vote on a request to rezone approximately 40 acres off Highway 96 North near its intersection with Crow Cut Road for the purpose of building Highbury Pointe, a multi-family residential development.
Carrying a handgun without a permit in Tennessee is now law after Gov. Bill Lee signed legislation Thursday to allow it. Lee announced on social media he had signed Senate Bill 765.
You may have seen the Fairview Police Department escorting two runners down Fairview Boulevard last Thursday, April 1 around lunch time, and it was no April Fool’s joke. It was actually a serious attempt to raise funds for the Special Olympics.
The Tennessee Housing Development Agency opened an online portal that will allow renters and landlords to apply for up to 12 months of cumulative rent and/or utility payments through its new COVID-19 rent relief program.