LEBANON – The Class 3A Fairview Yellow Jackets were knocked from the ranks of the undefeated on Saturday by the Class 6A Lebanon Blue Devils at sun-splashed Clifton Tribble Field / Danny Watkins Stadium.
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…
After missing two weeks of varsity football competition due to a school closure resulting from COVID-19 concerns, the Fairview High School Yellow Jacket Football Team is ready to take the field this Saturday.
Hey, Fairview Jacket fans! This Friday, September 25 is your last chance to show your school spirit and win some money at the same time!
Fairview High School parents were alerted around 3 p.m. Friday afternoon that classes and sporting events have been cancelled due to increased absences related to the COVID-19 virus.
The Fairview Yellow Jackets were hoping to battle Hickman County on the gridiron last Friday night for their first home game of the season. That didn’t happen after Hickman County High announced they were unable to participate after some of their players were being quarantined due to COVID-1…
Lees-McRae College Head Men’s Soccer Coach Shane Calvert announced the addition of 15 newcomers to his 2020 recruiting class – including Fairview High School’s Andrew Gillette and Nate Phillips.
Main Street Media of Tennessee, the premier provider of local news and information in Middle Tennessee, has expanded its portfolio with the launch of a daily high school sports e-newsletter.
COVID requirements, fan seating restrictions and a stormy weather delay did not waver the Fairview Yellow Jackets in their quest to win their 2020 football season opener Friday night on the road.
The Fairview Lady Yellow Jackets hit the volleyball court this week to jump start their 2020 season. After falling short in their season opener at Harpeth, the Lady Jackets celebrated a big district win on the road at Cheatham! 3-0.
The Fairview High School Yellow Jacket Football Team is excited to take the field this Friday night for the annual Battle of 840 against cross county rival the Page High Patriots. The game signifies the start of the 2020 varsity football season – a night many Yellow Jacket fans have been eagerly anticipating and feared would not happen amid the concerns raised by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Registration for the Fairview Recreation Association’s Fall Instructional League Baseball and Softball is underway – and ends August 14. The FRA’s plan is to play an extended 18-game season that will tentatively begin in late August and run through late October.
COVID-19 may have cut his senior year at Fairview High School short, but Locke Hord is looking to the future which includes plans to play college basketball.
As the traditional school calendar came to an unceremonious end a couple weeks ago, the finality of lost senior athletic seasons set in for thousands of senior athletes and their parents. It's over, forever.
Tomorrow is my birthday and I don’t know about you, but birthdays always make me kind of introspective. Like my own little personal New Year’s Eve, I find myself reflecting on not just the last year, but all the years before it. I think about the hard-learned lessons, who I’ve been and the r…
I think a lot about wildflowers. We have these gorgeous white ones that grow in various parts of our yard and every time my husband mows our grass, I gently remind him to leave them standing. Leave them until they’re ready to go.
The Williamson County Schools Sports Conference announced the 2020 WILLCO Awards Finalists on Friday with five Fairview High School athletes among the more than 70 Williamson County student-athletes to receive the prestigious virtual Golden Ticket.
Main Street Fairview continues to shine the spotlight on Fairview High School’s senior athletes who watched as their final sports season as a Yellow Jacket was cut short due to the coronavirus COVID-19.
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.
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.
The local racing action heated up recently as Fairview Cub Scout Pack 309 held its annual Pinewood Derby.
Some familiar - and slightly older - faces from Fairview High School’s football past will soon be suiting up for the Third Annual Alumni Football Game.
The Harlem Wizards’ action-packed team of basketball players is returning to Fairview High School on Sunday, April 5. The event is hosted by the Fairview High School PTO with the game set to begin at 2:30 p.m. and the doors will open at 1:30 p.m.
The Fairview Sharknados know how to kick off a new season of basketball. The team scored a bronze medal in their first game to the delight of the players, coaches and fans.
On Valentine’s Day, Fairview High Wrestling Coach Bubba Derrick had a date with 13 of his top wrestlers, and their destination was Cheatham County Central for the TSSAA Region 4 Individual Championships.
Fairview area youth are invited to swing into spring with the help of the Fairview Recreation Association (FRA). The FRA Spring Baseball and Softball registration is officially underway with online applications being accepted until Wednesday, Feb. 26. The 2020 FRA spring baseball and softbal…
The Fairview Middle School Lady Falcons are hosting a co-ed softball tournament this Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Fairview Ball Park.
The Fairview Middle School Falcons know how to generate excitement in a basketball season. Just go 21-0, and those Falcon fans will scream.
There’s a TSSAA State Team Wrestling Championship up for grabs this weekend – and the Fairview Jackets are in the running for what would be their first team State title.
The Yellow Jackets and Lady Yellow Jackets took care of business last Thursday evening as Fairview defeated Harpeth in both the girls’ game 55-44 and boys’ game 47-32 to earn the sweep over Harpeth.