At this time of the year when so many are expressing thanks for our blessings, there is a unique opportunity for local residents to be a blessing to others in our community all year long. It’s called the Fairview Blessing Box, and it is located at Westview United Methodist Church.
The young sharpshooters harvested 70 bucks and 11 does during the weekend of hunting. The heaviest buck harvested weighed 179 pounds and the heaviest doe weighed 107 pounds. Weights were taken from field dressed deer. The harvested buck with the most impressive rack had 14 points.
Dickson County natives Damion Christy, Josh Barber and Richard Keith Bellar grew up together and bonded over a love of pursuing truth and making the unknown known. The three would explore abandoned houses and document what they saw. It was something the trio often talked about doing on a grander scale as adults. When Bellar was killed in 2011, Christy felt the urgency to do what his departed comrade couldn’t.
The Southern Automotive Women’s Forum (SAWF)’s outreach program, “All Girls Auto Know,” was held last Tuesday, Nov. 15, at Battle Creek Middle School in Spring Hill.
Ashland City resident and former teacher and attorney Jane Crisp is passionate about helping children and ensuring they have a bright future. A big concern of hers for the next generation is climate change, so she wanted to do what she can to help those who come after her care for the environment in clean and responsible ways.
Despite Saturday morning’s bitingly cold weather, James Corlew Chevrolet’s annual Turkeys for Troops was back and bigger than ever.
“The Greatest Generation” is generally defined as Americans born from 1901-1927, who lived through the Great Depression and later either fought or were involved in the war industry. It is estimated that only around 300,000 persons of that generation are alive today.
Clarksville Parks and Recreation recently hosted its annual Handmade Holidays, a craft fair that features one-of-a-kind handcrafted goods made by local artisans.
On April 18, 1942, a covert band of 80 American servicemen led by Lt. Col. James H. Doolittle successfully completed the first bombing of the Japanese mainland during World War II. Those 80 men would be memorialized as The Doolittle Raiders, and it was their segment of pivotal American military history which was the focus of the 2022 Cheatham County Veterans Day Service held Friday.
Despite cold and gloomy weather, the annual Gallatin Veterans Day Parade was held before a large crowd on Saturday morning, Nov. 6.
Another quick service chicken restaurant has announced plans to open along Hendersonville’s East Main Street right next to Slim Chickens.
Four veterans with ties to Fort Campbell were inducted into the Austin Peay State University Governors Military Hall of Fame’s inaugural class Nov. 4 during a ceremony at the Morgan University Center, which recognized 13 entrants in total.
Multiple law enforcement agencies were involved in a four-day manhunt after a suspect managed to escape following a traffic stop on I-65 North in Robertson County last Sunday, Nov. 6. Although he was handcuffed with his hands behind his back, the suspect still managed to run away.
The Portland Chamber of Commerce honored local veterans with the annual Veterans Breakfast on Veterans Day at Portland First Baptist Church.
With weathered hands once strong enough to bear the weight of a rifle and slabs of steel from deep in the quarries of Chicago, Rito Rodriguez rummaged through a lockbox of his treasured mementos searching for a faded newspaper article.
Did you know Tennesseans produce 32% more trash than the average American?
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) confirmed last week that the Aug. 7 fire atop the new Sumner County courthouse under construction in downtown Gallatin was intentionally set.
Frank and Sasa Georgalos are getting ready for their fifth annual Thanksgiving meal giveaway on Thanksgiving Day by preparing more than 1,200 traditional meals for anyone who is in need of a meal for the day.