Carol Birdsong, WCS Executive Director of Communications, notified Williamson County Schools' students, parents, staff and visitors on Saturday morning about a mask mandate policy change taking effect Monday, September 27.
Sixty-three WCS students, representing Fairview High, Independence High, Page High and Ravenwood High, are earning their Advanced Placement (AP) Capstone Diplomas and AP Seminar and Research Certificates, smashing the district’s previous record of 47 in the 2019-20 school year.
Students in Williamson County Schools continue to excel as evidenced by their accomplishments on assessments in the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program, TCAP.
As unemployment continues to creep down since a pandemic high last April, employers are scrambling to find qualified workers to fill nearly half a million open jobs in Tennessee.
The Williamson County School Board voted Monday to extend the temporary mask mandate for students, staff and visitors at all grade levels, inside all buildings and on buses, through January 19, 2022.
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.
A Fairview man was one of two Middle Tennessee men sentenced for their roles in a conspiracy to defraud two hospital management companies, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Mary Jane Stewart for the Middle District of Tennessee.
In celebration of National Voter Registration Month in September, the secretary of state’s office is leading voter registration efforts in Tennessee with college voter registration tailgates, the launch of the Anne Dallas Dudley Award for high schools and by working with businesses and organizations across the state.
The Fairview community is invited to attend “13 for 13 on 13” - a free benefit concert this Monday, September 13 to honor the 13 United States service members who lost their lives in the attack in Kabul.
Fairview’s John and Cindy New traveled to New York City in September 2001 for a fun weeklong getaway - not knowing they would become an up-close witness to one of our nation’s worst days.
On Tuesday September 14, Thrivent Financial will be hosting an action team traveling to Waverly to continue assisting with the flood disaster relief efforts.
Make plans now to participate in Williamson County’s Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event which will be held on Saturday, September 11 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
As of Tuesday, the Williamson County Health Department has moved COVID-19 vaccine and testing operations from the Franklin Clinic to the Williamson County Agricultural Center at 4215 Long Lane. Vaccinations and testing will be available in a drive-through fashion on weekdays. Entrance to the…
The Fairview City Commission unanimously approved MSMU-TCOD, Main Street Mixed Use Town Center Overlay District zoning of 52 acres near city hall for the proposed Fairview Town Center development.
Williamson Medical Center recently released a report on patient counts for COVID-19, and now, they are urging county residents to get the COVID-19 vaccination.
The Fairview City Commission will hold a public hearing at their Thursday night meeting before deciding on the second and final reading on a request to rezone 52 acres for the proposed Fairview Town Center development.
(The Center Square) – Tennessee residents in Hamilton, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson and Wilson counties no longer will have to complete emissions tests on their vehicles, starting Jan. 14.
The Williamson County School Board voted to implement a temporary mask mandate for all grade levels and all schools at a special-called meeting Thursday night due to the increased number of COVID cases in the district.
The Fairview community is stepping up to help some distant neighbors after several counties to the west of Fairview in Middle Tennessee suffered catastrophic flooding over the weekend. Heavy rainfall from Friday night through Saturday morning flooded parts of Dickson, Hickman, Houston and Hu…
The Fairview Board of Commissioners voted to form a citizen committee to draw up an overall plan for Fairview’s Parks System at their August 5 meeting. The idea was first proposed by Commissioner Rod Dawson at the June 17 city commission meeting.
Williamson County Schools notified parents Thursday afternoon that classes at Fairview Middle School will be cancelled on Friday, August 20 due to limited staffing.
The Williamson County Schools board voted to mandate masks for elementary schools in a special-called meeting August 10. However, Governor Bill Lee issued an executive order Monday giving a student’s parent or guardian the right to opt out of a mask mandate for students in kindergarten throu…
It happens every four years. Williamson County completes a county-wide property reappraisal process. And chances are property taxes across the county will increase based off of home value reappraisals.
The City of Fairivew is trying to improve traffic safety conditions and traffic flow along some specific city streets. The first step they will take is to install three-way stops and speed tables at several intersections to better control traffic flow and deter speeding to improve residents’…
“The heart of this city begins with this town center, and I’m really excited about this project!” That was City Commissioner Rod Dawson’s comment regarding a new Town Center development proposed north of the City Center District.
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee unveiled three limited-edition posters highlighting each Tennessee grand division – West, Middle and East – as part of the 225 years of statehood celebration.
Fairview Debs, aka Team Tennessee State Champions, were unable to advance in the Dixie Debs World Series in Louisiana last weekend. However, these ladies earned the chance to do something that not every softball player gets the opportunity to experience, compete in a Softball World Series.
Fairview history was made on July 27th when a team of eight-year-old young ladies won the 2021 Dixie Darlings Softball World Series. It’s the first World Series title captured by any Fairview team in history!
Williamson County Schools’ parents will be happy to learn that students will continue to receive school breakfast and lunch at no cost thanks to a waiver extension from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
The Fairview City Commission recently passed a resolution authorizing the city manager to engage in talks with the Tennessee Army National Guard regarding assistance in constructing a new firearms training facility.
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.