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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.
There is one thing all 21 teams, including five from Williamson County, participating in the Mary Vowell Softball Classic at Fly Park Friday and Saturday will have in common.
A handful of former Williamson County standouts were featured in the Division III Southern Athletic Association basketball tournaments.
The Creek Wood High School girls basketball team advanced to the Region 6-AA championship with a 67-34 win over visiting Fairview on Monday, March 1, 2021 in Charlotte, Tennessee.
Centennial High School took home the coveted trophy and won $800 in prize money for their school at the 11th annual Battle of the Minds: Sarah Bayrd American History Bowl on Thursday.
On a night when Brentwood High School’s Amelia Osgood was recognized for being an McDonald’s All-American basketball player, the senior showed why the honor is so fitting.
Battle Ground Academy wrestling coach Robert Jemison is juggling his track and field coaching duties as well as still working on the mats.
For three consecutive years Fairview High School senior Riley Bennett has wrestled for a state championship. After three runner-up finishes, he’s more determined than ever to end his career as a state champion.
The TSSAA State Wrestling Championship scheduled for later this week in Chattanooga has been postponed until next week due to the ongoing rugged weather conditions plaguing most of the state and region.
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.
After a busy week that included the first District 11-AA girls basketball regular season title since 2012 as well as the first team state championship in school history, Fairview High School standouts Kelsey Gossage and Jacob Clevenger collected the latest Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week awards.
As the county health department works to distribute COVID-19 vaccines to residents, independent pharmacies are beginning to receive their own shipments of the vaccine to help with this enormous task.
The Franklin High School girls basketball team shut down visiting Independence in the second quarter and went on to claim a 55-25 District 11-AAA win Tuesday in Franklin.
BRENTWOOD – The Fairview High School wrestling team continued to impress with another strong showing Saturday at the GP West Invitational at Brentwood High.
Griffin Burke scored 13 and the Brentwood High School boys basketball team collected a District 11-AAA victory in a defensive battle Tuesday in Brentwood.
Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson, Fairview City Manager Scott Collins and the leadership team of Vintage Millworks announced Tuesday the company will relocate its headquarters, showroom and manufacturing operations from Nashville to Fairview.