Time is running short for Tennesseans who want to cast a ballot in the Aug. 4 State and Federal Primary and State and County General Election. Anyone wishing to vote in this election must register or update their voter registration by Tuesday, July 5.
From an early age, sisters Amelia and Reagan Brown fell in love with bluegrass music. As early as age 5 both girls started trying their hand at various instruments.
CLARKSVILLE — Members of Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation should expect higher energy bills this summer as a result of extreme summer temperatures, coupled with an increase in the Tennessee Valley Authority’s Fuel Cost Adjustment.
A 2019 trip to Peru for a time of “self-healing” — albeit unintentional — inspired Eden Faulkner to open one of Springfield’s newest small businesses.
Last Thursday, state and local officials, and other members of the White House community gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony for the grand opening of the Billy S. Hobbs Community Center.
Last month, the Springfield Board of Mayor and Aldermen passed the first reading of an impact development fee.
Last Wednesday, the White House Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed one of its newest members, The Meat Sweats BBQ, with a ribbon cutting at the restaurant’s brand-new White House location.
After a 26-year career of naval service, Senior Chief Musician Courtney Williams, a native of Greenbrier, officially retired from the Navy last month following a retirement ceremony on May 24 at the National Museum of the U.S. Navy in Washington, D.C.
The city of Springfield’s annual Youth Fishing Rodeo was held last Saturday morning at J. Travis Price Park. Beginning at 6:30 am, more than 300 participants, all ages 14 and under, registered for a beautiful day of fishing.
On the evening of May 23, members of the Greenbrier High School Class of 2022 were the 100th Senior Class to graduate from Greenbrier High School.
With the opening of the new Billy S. Hobbs Community Center this week, residents of White House will have a final opportunity to pay tribute to the old city hall with an “If These Walls Could Talk” event.
Twelve years ago, Janice Thompson was teaching eighth grade math at Springfield Middle School when she attempted to break up a physically violent fight between two students in her class.
In May, Megan Powell of Cottontown was chosen by the Elizabeth Dole Foundation for its 2022 class of Dole Caregiver Fellows, a highly selective, national program for military and veteran caregivers who volunteer to represent the 5.5 million Americans caring for a wounded, ill, or injured ser…
Robertson County Schools held graduation ceremonies for all six high schools in the county recently with approximately 900 young men and women receiving their diplomas for completing high school. Ceremonies were held at Springfield, East Robertson, Greenbrier, Jo Byrns, White House Heritage …
The annual Kilgore Station Bluegrass Festival was held May 20-21 at Kilgore Park in Cross Plains. There was lots of fun, fellowship and of course, bluegrass music at the event. Here are some photos from this year’s festival.
In celebration of National Fishing Month, each June, the Springfield Parks and Recreation Department in partnership with Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) hosts a Free Fishing Rodeo for children 14 years of age and under at J. Travis Price Park.