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A little over 37,000 voters cast a ballot in the August 4 Williamson County General and State/Federal Primary Election, according to the Williamson County Election Commission. Of those, close to 18,000 visited the polls on Thursday while 19,000 voters cast an early vote or submitted an absen…

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You still have a few days left to experience the 2022 Williamson County Fair! Each day offers both unique and traditional fair experiences for all ages to enjoy.

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Williamson, Inc. is excited to announce they have partnered with several local organizations to launch Williamson Insider, a recurring luncheon on all things Williamson County designed to connect and engage the county’s growing population to help new residents explore ways to give back and p…

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Williamson County Schools’ 2022-23 school year will begin for students in first through twelfth grades this Friday, August 5 with a half-day with the first full day of classes coming up Monday, August 8. The first full day for kindergarten students will be Monday, August 15.

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This Thursday, August 4 is Election Day for several Williamson County offices, school board seats, Fairview city judge, city court clerk and State/Federal primaries.

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The Williamson County School Board recently voted 9-1 to extend Superintendent Jason Golden’s contract. The contract, which was set to end in June 2025, will now continue until June 16, 2026, for the state-allowed maximum of four years.

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Fairview resident and retired physician Dr. Gerald (Gerry) Suchomski is the newest member of the Williamson County Public Library Board of Trustees.

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If you are interested in learning how the county is performing, Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson will have lots of information to share as he presents the annual State of the County Address on Tuesday, July 19.

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Main Street Fairview offers a brief profile for each candidate including city of residence, education, work history, political experience and their campaign website to allow voters to do further research to make an informed vote.

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Williamson County Schools is the top-performing district in the State in grades three through eight. That’s according to preliminary Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) data released by the Tennessee Department of Education today.

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Early voting begins Friday, July 15 for August 4th Republican & Democratic Federal/State Primary and the County General Election which will decide county mayor, county clerk and county commissioner races.

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After months of practices, demonstrated skills, teamwork and coaching, the Fairview Dixie Debs have extended their season by winning the 2022 Dixie Softball Debs State Championship – for the second year in a row!

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Williamson County Schools’ student-athletes walked the red carpet to attend the 8th Annual WILLCO Awards on June 21 at The Factory in Franklin — and one Fairview High finalist brought home the gold!

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It was definitely rockets’ red glare and bombs bursting in the air across the Fairview sky on Sunday night as thousands gathered around Fairview City Hall and spectator beyond to celebrate at the City’s 11th Annual July 3rd Celebration.

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The City of Fairview’s long-awaited scheduled July 2nd ribbon cutting and grand opening of the new Treehouse Playground in Bowie Nature Park has been postponed.

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America’s 246th Independence Day is coming up July 4th, but Fairview area residents will kick off the celebration a day early with the City of Fairview’s 11th Annual Fairview Independence Day Celebration on Sunday, July 3rd on the front lawn of city hall.

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The City of Fairview is finalizing all the details for their 11th Annual Independence Day Celebration, coming up Sunday, July 3 on the front lawn of city hall.

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Fourth of July is less than two weeks away which means it’s time to start thinking about fireworks for your patriotic celebration! Fortunately, Fairview has a local fireworks tent that not only offers a large selection, but will distribute all their proceeds back into the community.

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Fairview High School Yellow Jacket athletics will be well represented at the 8th Annual WILLCO Awards, coming up June 21.

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When a Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officer stops an erratic boater to see if he is under the influence of drugs or alcohol, he’s not doing it for harassment.

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Middle Tennessee Electric members can expect higher than normal bills this summer as the Tennessee Valley Authority’s (TVA) Fuel Cost Adjustment (FCA) charge remains up, primarily to much higher natural gas prices.

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Freed-Hardeman University has announced its intention to auction Dickson's iconic Renaissance Center and has contracted leading luxury real estate auction marketing firm J.P. King to sell the building.

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The Fairview City Commission has a lengthy Thursday night agenda with the highlight being the first reading of the city ordinance adopting the annual budget and tax rate for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2023. The board will also revisit the controversial rezonin…

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According to US News and World Report’s annual Best High Schools list, Fairview High School ranks 34th out of 402 Tennessee high schools.

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Fairview area nonprofits once again received support through the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s annual fundraiser The Big Payback on May 4-5. However, there is still an opportunity to help local nonprofits meet their 2022 fundraising goals.