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Even though the historic Nolensville Buttercup Festival had to be postponed from Saturday to Sunday, April 11, it was worth the wait — the 21-year-old event had a great turnout and beautiful spring weather.
FRANKLIN — With 24 games being played in the span of about seven hours, the opening day of the Raptor Classic felt a lot like the state tournament.
With growth and development continuing all around Middle Tennessee, Nolensville is doing its best to get ahead of the curve by updating many of its town planning documents and working with experts to prepare for the future.
This spring, Nolensville community members interested in historic preservation will have multiple opportunities to help with the restoration efforts of the historic Morton-Brittain House.
Will Tobin tossed a no-hitter Tuesday and the Independence High School baseball team posted a 1-0 District 11-AAA win over Dickson County in Thompson’s Station.
Brentwood High School senior Hollan Powers and Nolensville sophomore Ethan McElvain were tabbed the latest Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for the week ending April 4.
Shelby Buffington allowed just one hit over four innings and Josey Polk led the Page High School softball team at the plate on Friday at Nolensville High School during the Brentwood Invitational.
BRENTWOOD – Early during the Scott Hartman Relays at Brentwood High School on Tuesday, competitors and fans paused to remember the annual meet’s namesake – a former Bruin who set a state record in winning the decathlon in 1986.
The Summit High School baseball team capped a busy day Friday with an 11-5 win over Nolensville in Spring Hill during the Jim Painter Classic.
The Village Church in Nolensville always boasts a festive and joyful Easter service, but this year’s worship services will be particularly special, providing a unique experience for all in attendance.
Nolensville’s E&B Coffee Roasters recently rebranded as Narrow Gate Coffee Co., taking on a new mission of life transformation, but not just through the flavor of its coffee, though product quality is certainly a major focus.
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.
NOLENSVILLE – Will Tobin didn’t waste his first opportunity on the mound in more than a year for Independence High School. The senior tossed nine strike-outs, allowed one hit and walked one in five innings of work to lead the Eagles to a season-opening 10-0 shutout at Nolensville on Monday.
With St. Patrick’s Day coming up on Wednesday, local businesses will celebrate with specials this weekend and then again on the actual holiday.
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.
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.
While Winter Storm Uri brought sleet, ice and snow to the area during the past few days, the freezing temperatures didn’t stop families, especially those with children, from heading outside to enjoy the snow days.