Nolensville went to work quickly in the young school's first home playoff contest.
A handful of Williamson County football players were named Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Award semifinalists, as announced by the TSSAA Wednesday.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) is inviting the community to visit the newly renovated Fairview Recreation Complex during an enhanced schedule with new programs.
GraceWorks is expanding its mobile services model in Fairview by adding signups for its Christmas gift program and providing Neighbor Services resources including rent and utility assistance.
Freshman Alyssa Andrea made a splash on the state stage in her first appearance at the TSSAA State Cross Country Championships over the weekend at Percy Warner Park’s Steeplechase Course in Nashville.
Pope John Paul II proved to be too tough of a non-conference opponent for Centennial as the Knights made quick work of the Cougars, winning 41-7 on Friday in Franklin.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation will host Sirens and Sweets at the Fairview Recreation Complex on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 6 to 8 p.m.
The Battle Ground Academy volleyball team advanced to the Division II-A Middle Region Tournament semifinals with a tough three-set win over Davidson Academy Tuesday in Franklin.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) is inviting the public to attend the grand reopening of the Fairview Recreation Complex on Saturday, Oct. 26.
Mary Bradley Myers and Gabby Jones each scored twice to lead the Grace Christian Academy girls soccer team past Battle Ground Academy Thursday.
Despite dropping the opening set, the Brentwood volleyball team rebounded and clinched a 20-25, 25-22, 25-23, 25-20 District 12-AAA victory in Spring Hill.
The Fairview football team, which boasts a 2-2 record overall and 1-0 in Region 6-3A, dives back into region Friday night against Sycamore (2-2, 1-0) in a critical matchup at the midpoint of the season.
A trio of Lady Bruin runners finished in the top of six at the 20th annual Chickasaw Trails Invitational in Oakville, Alabama to give the Brentwood girls cross country team the overall team title on Saturday.
Page junior Leigh Walters claimed the individual girls title to lead a strong Williamson County contingent at the Voyles Classic Saturday at The Hermitage to kick off the cross country season.
With both teams coming off Tuesday ties, it was Franklin that struck first in a non-conference girls soccer meeting at Page High School on Thursday.
Bowie Park’s 700 acres of forests, lakes, parks and trails in Fairview have been taken over by the Fairview Area Chamber of Commerce for the past 34 years to host Nature Fest, a family-friendly event that celebrates the magnificence and conservation of the park.