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.
After decades of ministry in a large, barnlike building in Leiper’s Fork, Grace Chapel is preparing to expand its church beyond the Franklin area and into Fairview.
More than a dozen boys high school soccer players from the Williamson County area were named Tennessee High School Soccer Coaches Association All-State members, the THSSCA announced last week.
After leading Fairview to the Class AA state semifinals in back-to-back seasons, Brandon Parrish added the Gatorade Tennessee Boys Soccer Player of the Year honor to his growing accolades.
Fairview High School is looking for a new direction on the baseball field and the Yellow Jackets turned to Dominic “Nico” Gregali to lead the way. Gregali was officially introduced as the new baseball coach at Fairview on Friday morning.
For the second season in a row, Fairview High School head football coach Chris Hughes has guided his flag football team into the money rounds of the American Flag Football League.
It’s been years since Jamesetta Cleveland figured out the best way to purchase cleats and pads for her son, Ronald. She still remembers being overwhelmed by all the equipment for him to play football.
Several hundred men, women and children braved the heat Monday morning and filled Veterans Park at Five Points to recognize, remember and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms.
The faces change every year, but the excitement of recognizing student athletes never gets old for John Maher, whose business, John Maher Builders, has sponsored a countywide scholar-athlete program for 13 years.
For the second season in a row the same five Williamson County-area teams advanced to the boys state soccer championships this week during Spring Fling in Murfreesboro.
Avery McMullen picked up three individual titles, McKenzie Williamson won both the 100- and 200-meter runs and the Centennial girls cruised to the Williamson County Track and Field Championships team title this week.
The threat of rain and already soaked fields prompted the Williamson County Parks & Recreation to reschedule local Easter egg hunts. However, when Tuesday evening came around, children in Fairview attended the annual Easter egg hunt with unspoiled excitement.