Tornado sirens. Alarm clocks. Doorbells. Even her name.
If you have visited Jingo Java in September, then you know there is so much more than just coffee being served up. They are also offering a taste of community spirit!
Nearly 1,000 motorcycles made the trek from Clarksville Speedway to Governor’s Square Mall on Saturday, Sept. 17, each carrying a toy or toys that will be donated to local kids in need this Christmas, all part of the 41st Annual Leslie W. Watson Memorial Toy Run.
Most people don’t get messed up on their own, nor do they get well on their own. Ashland City Celebrate Recovery Ministry leader Caralee Richardson wants those struggling to know they don’t have to attempt recovery on their own.
For Tinnie Mendenhall, more than four decades of employment with the Springfield Parks & Recreation Department has been more than a job to her.
Cora’s Crafts owner Cora Clemons believes it’s important to let the community know someone cares about it, and the Dickson Cumberland Presbyterian Church’s Women’s Ministry likes to do that in a big way.
Ed Kelly doesn’t mind at all the catchy moniker “The Singing Plumber” because it sums up his two careers quite well.
Kevin Armstrong is on a mission to make sure some of those who sacrificed themselves for our freedom are not forgotten.
Former Clarksville City Councilman Richard Garrett pled guilty to voter registration fraud in Montgomery County Circuit Court on Thursday, Sept. 15.
The Quintenn Clark Foundation President and co-founder Anthony “AC” Clark said most people don’t think addiction will affect them. He never imagined his All-American son Quintenn would struggle, let alone lose his life, to it. AC said the morning of his son’s death due to accidental overdose, he read that Cheatham County led the state for drug overdose deaths per capita.
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.
DICKSON – Before interstate highways and franchise motels were at practically every interchange, railroads were how people moved about the country, and railroad hotels were where they often stayed.
Families are excited and proud when one of their members becomes an Eagle Scout.
The 74th annual Ashland City Lions Club Turtle Derby weathered rain and transportation delays to raise roughly $5,200 for eye care last Tuesday.
Tennessee has the most secure elections in the nation, according to a recent election integrity scorecard from The Heritage Foundation.
Dozens of friends, colleagues and family members of newly appointed General Sessions Judge Kee Bryant-McCormick filed into Courtroom B last week to congratulate and celebrate Sumner County’s first judge of color.
When Kaitlyn Stake was in the sixth grade, she took a military history class and found out something that reinforced her curiosity about military aviation.
A newly elected constable in Maury County was arrested last Thursday during his swearing-in ceremony at the Maury County Courthouse.
Julie Hibbs has two great passions: God’s law and God’s love, and those passions permeate the legacy she leaves behind.