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It is with great sadness that it is announced the peaceful passing of Robert Lawrence Yates on Friday, March 27, 2020 at his home in Chapel Hill, Tennessee at the age of 84.
The sound of John Deere tractors and tunes such as “Pickup Man” and “John Deere Green” were all part of a special processionorganized by a Nolensville neighborhood Monday evening to remember country star Joe Diffie.
As grocery stores face a shortage of meat, eggs, bread, jarred and canned goods, produce and more, some Williamson County farmers markets are hoping to produce a steadier flow of food for shoppers while continuing to support local food vendors.
As the coronavirus has struck Tennessee in the middle of its legislative session, several adjustments have come about as a result, and Gov. Bill Lee has been giving regular updates on the changing state of the state, including amendments to his proposed budget and relief efforts during the p…
Nolensville senior Grace Baird and Ravenwood junior Ben Severance were selected as the Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for the week ending March 15.
When the Nolensville girls basketball players met for wings last week – one last team gathering, for now – they were scheduled to still be playing on the court.
The Centennial baseball team bounced back from a season-opening loss against Brentwood by tipping the Bruins in Brentwood Wednesday in District 11-AAA play.
Some nonprofit organizations give food. Some give money. Some give expertise. Art Helps Cancer is in the business of giving peace of mind.
Williamson County Extension recently sent 4-H member Rebekah Jones, of Nolensville, to attend the 2020 4-H National Summit on Healthy Living in Chevy Chase, Maryland from Feb. 13-16.
Fairview senior Bill Eads scored 17 points to lead a balanced attack and the Yellow Jackets pushed into the Region 6-AA semifinals with a 57-43 victory over Forrest on Saturday at home.
The Brentwood Academy girls basketball team is headed back to the Division II-AA state semifinals and they’ll get a boost on the state stage.
Three years ago the Fairview wrestling blasted onto the state stage to take third in the Class A-AA Duals tournament in their first showing in school history on the state stage. The following year, the Yellow Jackets produced the first school wrestling champion since 2004.
The Fairview boys basketball advanced to a third consecutive District 11-AA championship game by up-ending top-seeded Creek Wood 60-56 Friday night in Fairview.
Fairview junior Riley Bennett has advanced to three state tournaments in three different weights. On Friday, he wrestled into his third final as well.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s third annual Cornhole Tournament, produced by Next Gen Heritage Foundation, will be held on April 4 at Mill Creek Brewery in Nolensville.
After getting blown out twice by Middle Tennessee Christian School during the regular season, the Grace Christian Academy girls basketball team battled MTCS to the end before falling short Tuesday 48-43 in Murfreesboro.
Inside a house on the west side of Nolensville lies an office that looks something like a small Amazon warehouse, but a bit cozier, packed with fuzzy socks, blankets, candies and lotions. Out of this little workshop, Shannon Helfenberger has packed hundreds of caddy bags with comforting item…
With the postseason looming, the Fairview wrestling team picked up three wins Tuesday at Nolensville, including taking down Class A-AA rival and host Knights as well as Class AAA Brentwood.