The high school football schedule for Week 6 includes three Williamson County schools hosting Friday night.
FRANKLIN – Brentwood High School junior Dylan Sulcer and Fairview High School senior Kennedy Pendergrass were both named the Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for the week ending Sept. 19.
Kennedy Pendergrass threw for five touchdowns and the Fairview High School football team cruised to a 41-6 road win over Cheatham County in a Region 6-3A contest Friday.
The Brentwood High School girls soccer team needed a late rally and found it Tuesday in a non-conference matchup against visiting Father Ryan.
FAIRVIEW – Chris Hughes had one of those head-scratching starts Friday in Fairview High School’s first football game on their finally-completed glistening turf field.
There are many changes for Williamson County high school football in 2021. New classifications, new regions, new head coaches, new turf fields. But one that hasn’t changed is the top game of the opening week: the annual Battle of 840, pitting cross-county rivals Page and Fairview.
Living in an ever-growing county, sometimes staying in touch with nature can be difficult, but one retired school teacher has made it his mission to help children grow alongside the local flora and fauna.
Robert Frost may have avoided some traffic, but state Rep. Sam Whitson had a different objective: to take the roads most traveled by and fix them.
Cancer not only puts a strain on the body but on the emotions, the family and the wallet as well. Unfortunately, one Fairview resident has seen that strain up close and is asking the community for help. In turn, he plans to continue to help others.
Franklin Tomorrow will return to in-person meetings with its July 27 Breakfast with the Mayors event, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners.
After three seasons leading the Fairview High School baseball team, Nico Gregali is returning to Ravenwood to take over the Raptors head coaching position.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County announced this week the properties it considers the most at risk in the county and efforts to help preserve them.
The seventh annual WILLCO Awards celebrating Williamson County Schools athletics makes its return to The Factory at Franklin for a red carpet showcase on June 15.
This May will include two graduations for some Fairview High School seniors, thanks to a big community effort, government funding and students’ dedication since eighth grade.
The Friends of Bowie Park has announced it will dedicate all proceeds from this year’s The Big Payback toward building a new treehouse playground at the Fairview park.
A handful of Williamson County wrestlers were recognized by the Middle Tennessee Wrestling Officials Association this week with selection to its annual Dream Team.
The Williamson County Animal Center’s (WCAC) Snip ‘n Tip taxi will offer free rides to free spay/neuter surgeries for outdoor cats from Fairview on April 8 and 15.
Two organizations are rallying the community to help clean up local areas following the recent flooding in Williamson County and in anticipation of lots of sunshine and outdoor fun to come.
Although Fairview’s population isn’t growing as fast as other areas of the county, developers are still showing an interest in large tracts of land still available within the city limits.