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Thought for the week: The best rule for making and keeping friends is, not surprisingly, the golden rule. To have good friends, be a good friend.
Anyone looking for last-minute Christmas meal additions are in luck, as numerous area restaurants and bakeries will be open for a limited time today — yes, on Christmas Eve.
Thought for the week: Throughout this day, pause and say silent prayers of thanks. When you do, you’ll discover that a grateful heart reaps countless blessings that a hardened heart will never know.
Can it really be November? With unseasonably high temperatures, a presidential election and the ongoing COVID-19 situation, there has been plenty to help us lose track of time this year.
Not much can draw a crowd these days, but dozens of county residents gathered outside the Williamson County Administrative Complex Thursday evening before a planning commission meeting to share their opinions on zoning and development.
During a trap shooting clinic for youth, members of the nonprofit Harpeth Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation unveiled a recently completed addition to its shooting complex in College Grove.
Thought for the week: The Bible warns that bitterness is dangerous and self-destructive. So, today, make a list of the people you need to forgive and the things you need to forget, and then ask God to give you the strength to forgive and move on.
Thought for the week: The ultimate choice, the most important decision you will make in this lifetime, is the choice to invite God’s son into your heart. Please choose wisely — and immediately.
Seven Williamson County natives were among 73 University of Tennessee graduates this year who completed more than 225 hours each of community service, earning the gold service medallion awarded by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Jones Center for Leadership and Service.
Thought for the week: God has given you more blessings than you can possibly count, but it doesn’t hurt to begin counting them. While you are at it, don’t forget to praise the giver of these wonderful gifts.
David Crockett lived in West Tennessee, in what is now Gibson County, in 1825. His favorite thing to do was to hunt, sometimes for a few hours and sometimes for a few days.
May 1 was May Day, an international day in celebration of spring. The day is often celebrated with dancing around the maypole, parades and family outings, but at Traditions of Spring Hill senior living facility, the beautiful day was perfect to host a parade for the residents.
Valencia Breckenridge, the president and CEO of GraceWorks Ministries, and her staff were surprised Monday when four pickup trucks, several vans, a Jeep and a couple SUVs pulled into the parking lot filled with bags of donated food and groceries totaling 4,049 pounds — the same parking lot t…
Never did I ever think I would revert to hiding in the bathroom to take a break from my family. The nest is empty no more, and while I’m loving my young adult children being home, it does get crazy sometimes.
Mother’s Day 2020 may look different for a lot of moms this year. However, there are many ways families can honor mom in thoughtful ways to make her day.
Update: As of 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, power has been restored to the Peytonsville area. No storm-related outages remain in the Middle Tennessee Electric service area in Williamson County.
After shutting down for several weeks, the Williamson County Public Library is once again launching its Library 2 Go service on Monday, which will allow members to call orders in ahead of time and pick up their books, videos and more for rental.