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DICKSON – Both Ravenwood High School golf teams overcame the rugged weather conditions Monday to capture the Large Schools Region 6 team titles and earn state tournament berths during a long day at GreyStone Golf Club.
The Nolensville High School volleyball team stretched their District 9-AA win streak over the past two seasons to 26 consecutive matches after a sweep of Murfreesboro Central Magnet Thursday.
Destiny Cherry recorded a match-best 19 kills and four Lady Spartans reached double-figures in digs as the Summit High School volleyball team captured a five-set District 12-AAA win at Ravenwood Tuesday.
For the past several years the state’s top volleyball teams and those from surrounding states have descended upon Franklin for a massive tournament at the TOA Sports Performance Center, formerly known as the A-Game Sportsplex.
The Well Outreach, Inc. and John Maher Builders recently announced plans for a community drive-in concert featuring four-time Grammy Award-winning duo for KING & COUNTRY.
Kennedy Price recorded four goals and the Battle Ground Academy girls soccer team raced past Providence Christian Academy 7-0 in a Division II-A Middle Region District 3 win on the road Tuesday in Murfreesboro.
The Battle of Franklin Trust recently announced the Spring Hill to Franklin Tour, a detailed field tour that explores the Civil War battles at Spring Hill and Franklin.
The Brentwood volleyball team improved to 3-0 playing without reigning Tennessee Gatorade Player of the Year Shaye Eggleston with a four-set District 12-AAA win over Independence Thursday 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.
Living615, a locally owned furniture, decor and design shop in Spring Hill, is having a Labor Day tent sale on Saturday, Sept. 5 and Sunday, Sept. 6 to make way for fall inventory.
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.
Williamson County legislators announced a combined total of $2,775 will be awarded to the Spring Hill Public Library and Williamson County Public Library to assist in meeting increased demand for access to technology during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Just in time for back-to-school-season, the Spring Hill Public Library has announced the launch of its new Tutor.com program, connecting students at their time of need to one of over 3,000 highly vetted expert tutors.
Ravenwood High School football coach Matt Daniels and his Raptors begin a September run unlike any other at Region 6-6A rival Franklin on Friday.
After enduring a delay because of a tornado warning from a strong storm cell Tuesday night in Williamson County, the Summit volleyball team posted a 3-1 District 12-AAA victory on senior night against Ravenwood in Spring Hill.
With seven seniors returning, the Summit High School volleyball team displayed some of that added experience in a District 12-AAA sweep at Franklin Thursday night. They showcased their size, too.
Chalk up the high school football battle between Christ Presbyterian Academy and Independence in Thompson's Station as one more 2020 victim. After extensive lightning in the Midstate delayed the start of the contest for more than an hour-and-a-half, officials decided to pull the plug completely.
Residents at The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer's Center of Excellence in Spring Hill are showing their appreciation for first responders with small tokens to thank them for their service.
THOMPSON'S STATION — With just two minutes to go in the game, Summit quarterback Destin Wade put the finishing touches on a brilliant performance, leading his team 59 yards for a go-ahead touchdown with just 22 seconds left in the game to give his team a 40-34 win over rival Independence.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has brought many disappointments, one Middle Tennessee nonprofit wanted to be a light during this time for five high school seniors from across the South by providing a memorable experience in lieu of a graduation ceremony, including one graduate from Summit High …