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.
On Nov. 11, 2022, Mr. Henry John (Hank) Allers will turn 96-years-old.
Portland Community Education Foundation held “The Event,” its annual fundraiser Tues., Nov. 1 at Southern Occasions Event Center.
Denise Haley of Cedar Hill admits she likely has a problem.
The Portland Public Library held a presentation ceremony to Robertson County home school student Tallen Haag for winning the Tennesseans for Student Success’ (TSS) Tristar Reads contest for the middle school division (5-8 grades).
One person is dead after a plane crash in Brentwood on Tuesday morning.
A recently published list in the well-known golf magazine Golf Digest includes Springfield’s very own Legacy Golf Course as one of the best public golf courses to play in Tennessee.
After a 14-year hiatus, this year’s Bell Witch Fall Festival will see the return of a familiar and influential face. David Alford, the playwright behind two of the festival’s stage productions has returned to direct “Spirit: The Authentic Story of the Bell Witch of Tennessee” in the 20th anniversary of the show.
A Springfield native’s television pilot script has been recognized as a finalist for an upcoming content festival this week.
Robert Wilkerson, a longtime Robertson County resident, is still on the search for a kidney donor after having both of his kidneys removed.
For Tinnie Mendenhall, more than four decades of employment with the Springfield Parks & Recreation Department has been more than a job to her.
This year on Sept. 11, as many firefighters and first responders around the country gathered to remember those that perished 21 years ago, a special 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb took place at the William R. Snodgrass Tennessee Tower in Nashville.
After two decades on the bench, longtime General Sessions Judge I Jim Hunter is officially hanging up his robe this week.
This is part of an ongoing series highlighting non-profits in Robertson County.
Portland High School 2007 graduate Claudia Garcia is featured in a recent book published for young people covering 34 women who have excelled in the energy field.
James F. Wren, a 98-year-old Orlinda resident and World War II veteran was met with a pleasant surprise during a routine visit to Thomas Drugs in Cross Plains earlier this month.
Phaedra Creed, a resident of Springfield, was crowned the new Ms. Wheelchair International on July 15 in front of a live theatre and television audience at the 2022 Ms. Wheelchair USA pageant in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
The annual Decoration Day service was held at Ebenezer Church at Mitchellville the first Saturday in August.
ADAMS – Treasures are just hanging around in plain sight for you to latch onto this time of year in rural Robertson County. All you have to do is stretch just a little bit.
The Historic Parker’s Chapel Baptist Church held its 152nd Church Anniversary and Homecoming on July 10.
Earlier this month the White House Area Chamber of Commerce, along with the White House City Fire Department unveiled a brand-new mural on the side of the department’s Station No. 1.
A new hearing date of Oct. 28 has been set for the case of James Jackson Conn, the man charged in the murder of Robertson County Sheriff Deputy Savanna Puckett in January.