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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.
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…
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.
Belmont University men's basketball was recognized as part of the 2019-20 Ohio Valley Conference Men's Basketball Honors, the league office announced Tuesday.
It’s more common in America to be born with 11 fingers than to be born on Feb. 29. How many fingers would you need to match the odds of being a leap day twin?
Russell Ford was all business in his state wrestling debut Thursday at the Williamson County Ag Expo Center in Franklin.
After a noteworthy regular season, the Fairview girls basketball team seems intent on having a memorable postseason, too.
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.
Independence senior Spencer Jyawook posted the only championship swim for Williamson County competitors at the Tennessee Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association State High School Swimming and Diving Championships in Knoxville over the weekend.
The Centennial wrestling team matched the school's highest finish at the TSSAA State Dual Wrestling championships last year by finishing fourth. The Cougars mission to better that placing fell short Saturday at the Williamson County Ag Expo Center despite advancing to the Class AAA semifinals.
A seemingly insurmountable deficit was anything but for the Independence Lady Eagles Friday night, as they rallied to force overtime and eventually beat Summit 67-64.
The Centennial and Independence wrestling teams will return to the Class AAA state dual championships this weekend at the Williamson County Ag Expo Center in Franklin.
Tuesday’s District 11-AAA girls basketball clash at Brentwood High School featured the No. 4-ranked Lady Bruins and the 10th-ranked Page girls.