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High school football coaches across Williamson County have pointed to Week 5 of the season fearfully all year, estimating Sept. 18 as the time when COVID-19 related issues could most likely create problems.
The Franklin High School volleyball team posted a four-set win at Centennial on Tuesday night.
COLUMBIA – Destin Wade scored four touchdowns and guided the Summit High School football team to a Region 5-5A shutout at Columbia Central Friday night.
After a series of canceled matches and practices because of weather troubles, the Independence High School girls soccer team finally was able to find a groove on a humid, rain-free Thursday night in Franklin.
The Brentwood High School volleyball team continued its distant rivalry with Siegel Thursday and posted a four-game win, 25-21, 25-19, 20-25, 25-8 against the visiting Lady Stars.
Community Housing Partnership of Williamson County (CHP), a not-for-profit housing provider in Williamson County, held a groundbreaking for their new 14-home subdivision called Whispering Winds and located off Cumberland Drive in Fairview.
In observance of Independence Day, the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department will follow an amended operating schedule July 3 and 4.
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.
For the second consecutive season, Fairview soccer standout Brandon Parrish earned the Gatorade Tennessee Boys Soccer Player of the Year honor.
Servant Fire Protection, a Nashville-based business that serves communities throughout Middle Tennessee, celebrated its membership with Williamson, Inc., the chamber of commerce for Williamson County, on Thursday with a virtual ribbon-cutting ceremony, where he shared one tool that could be …
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPR) will begin a limited list of programming opportunities, and it will open additional indoor facilities and amenities beginning Monday and all outdoor pools and the Franklin Splash Park on Wednesday.
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.
An educational leader who has spent her entire career and the past 48 years in Williamson County Schools has been named an executive director of secondary schools for the Williamson County School District.
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.
Amid an economic downturn for many in the COVID-19 pandemic, the Middle Tennessee community still prioritized giving to their nonprofit neighbors through The Big Payback.