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The No. 2-seeded Summit High School Lady Spartans opened the District 11-AAA tournament with a 15-5 win over visiting Ravenwood on Monday, May 10, 2021 in Spring Hill.
BRENTWOOD – After earning a shot at the top-seeded and District 11-AAA regular season champions, the Page High School baseball team didn’t waste the opportunity.
For the first time since 2014, the Centennial High School boys soccer team will host a District 12-AAA quarterfinal match trying to reach the league semifinals for the first time since stringing together three consecutive trips from 2013-15.
Life doesn’t always play by the rules, but only the person living it can choose how to wield the hand they’ve been given. Well, Sylvana Lipe’s hand is tattooed with the signature of her 6-year-old hero, a reminder of a life tragically lost and a life lovingly saved.
More than a dozen Williamson County cheerleading teams finished in the top three places in their respective divisions with nine teams earning National Champion honors recently at the 2021 UCA National High School Cheerleading Championships in Orlando, Florida in late April.
Spring Hill Water Works was recently awarded first place in the Region 6 Best Tasting Water Contest sponsored by the Tennessee Association of Utility Districts (TAUD).
A handful of Williamson County swimmers placed during the 2021 TISCA State High School Swimming and Diving Championships over the weekend.
Ethan McElvain tossed a no-hitter and the Nolensville High School baseball team shutout Giles County on the road Tuesday.
The Well Outreach is partnering with Grammy award-winning contemporary Christian music group Casting Crowns to bring a drive-in concert to Spring Hill’s historic Rippavilla Plantation on May 14 to benefit the food distribution nonprofit.
The Brigadier General Richard Winn Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) recently named its Good Citizen Award and History Essay contest winners, Summit High student Michael White and Grayson Youngblood from Chapman’s Retreat Elementary.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The United Auto Workers union is calling on General Motors to pay full union wages at electric vehicle battery factories, thrusting what had been a festering conflict into the spotlight.
SPRING HILL – Coming off a setback at Franklin High School on Tuesday, the Ravenwood baseball team ignited at the plate to blast Summit Thursday night on the road.
The Page High School softball team plated four runs in the top of the third and went on to pick up a 8-4 District 11-AAA road win at Centennial in Franklin Monday.
Spring Hill has spoken — at least, some of Spring Hill — and a new mayor, three new aldermen and one familiar face will take their official seats at City Hall for the next four years.
A handful of Williamson County wrestlers were recognized by the Middle Tennessee Wrestling Officials Association this week with selection to its annual Dream Team.
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.