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To provide teachers time so they can provide the best instruction to students, the Williamson County School Board approved eight Flex Asynchronous Day dates at its October 19 meeting with the first one scheduled on Friday, November 13.

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As is the case all across the country, Williamson County’s Early Voting Centers have also witnessed above normal streams of early voters for the last two weeks.

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A familiar face to Fairview, Payton (Sullivan) Lamar took the stage in part two of the blind auditions on the popular television singing competition show The Voice on Tuesday night – and secured a spot on Team Blake!

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A lot of Fairview residents woke up Sunday morning to low water pressure and several reported no water pressure - and so began another unusual day in 2020.

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Fairview Mayor John Blade has been charged by the Spring Hill Police Department with shoplifting, a misdemeanor criminal offense.

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The City of Fairview recently received a grant from State of Tennessee totaling $236,000.

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Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) is pleased to announce the Wilkins Branch Mountain Bike Park is officially open to the public. The park, named after its location, sits on approximately 156 acres of hilly, wooded land at 5664 Wilkins Branch Road in Franklin, just west of Main St…

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The night of September 17th was a historic moment in the City of Fairview as one native son had the honor of swearing in another native son to serve as city judge.

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The National Weather Service has confirmed a small EF-0 tornado touched down in Williamson County south of Fairview on September 1.

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Area residents are reporting several coyote sightings in recent weeks around Fairview.  Many residents suggest new residential developments are driving them out into more populated areas.

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The Fairview Parks and Landscaping Board presented a proposal to the city commission August 20 for a replacement playground in Bowie Nature Park. The response from the five-member board and those in attendance was favorable.

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Fairview area residents are happy to see new pavement along some streets around Fairview – but there’s a lot more areas where new asphalt is needed.