Sixty-six people have become official candidates for the Aug. 2, 2018 Robertson County General, City of Greenbrier and State of Tennessee Primary election, according to Cathy Hamsley, administrator of elections for Robertson County.
Sixty-eight people have qualified as candidates for the Aug. 2 Robertson County General, City of Greenbrier and State of Tennessee Primary Election, according to Cathy Hamsley, administrator of elections for Robertson County.
With President Donald Trump designating March 29 as National Vietnam War Veterans Day, Robertson County Mayor Howard Bradley has proclaimed the day as a time to remember the county’s Vietnam Veterans.
On March 20, 2018 Margot Fosnes officially submitted her petition and was approved as a candidate for the office of Robertson County Mayor in the August 2, 2018 election.
Developer Brandon Frank is asking the Greenbrier Board of Mayor and Aldermen to reconsider a rezone request of the 157-acre Mayes Farm, where he wants to build his proposed Hoyte Heights development, so he can move forward to the planning and zoning stages of the project.
Is investment in public infrastructure important? And should Tennessee have more dedicated revenue sources to pay for construction and maintenance of infrastructure across the state, or is the existing tax structure – primarily the state tax on fuel, and wheel taxes – sufficient to pay for w…
The annual state audit for Robertson County Fiscal Year 2017 shows one finding in that, on one occasion, “payroll taxes were not reported timely to the Internal Revenue Service,” costing the county $11,076 in fees.
Fellow citizens of Robertson County, I would like to formally announce as of today, I have filed a petition with the Robertson County Election Office to seek the office of Sheriff of Robertson County. The election will be held in Aug. 2, 2018, and I would greatly appreciate your vote and you…
Nearly 80 area business leaders, elected officials, employees and citizens attended the Thursday, Feb. 8 Lunch & Learn offered by the Robertson County Chamber of Commerce.
Coopertown Mayor Glen Guyor swore in Michael L. Jones as the town’s newest alderman during the Jan. 23 board meeting — filling the Ward 1 seat vacant since the passing of alderman Mike Owens in December.
A zoning change request for a planned 169-unit residential subdivision to be built in White House was voted down on Monday, Jan. 8, by the White House Planning Commission.
With a winter weather advisory in effect for Monday and Tuesday of this week, Robertson County is headed for an overall repeat of ice and snow-covered roads, coupled with low temperatures found all over middle Tennessee towards the close of last week.
The Greenbrier Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved a site plan Monday, Dec. 4, for TLC Mortuary Services — which will later expand to include a crematorium — at the location of the former Potting Shed flower shop, 2560 Highway 41S, along the main road through town.
The Robertson County 911 Board recently voted that only one residence in Westbrook Place subdivision in Greenbrier will have to undergo an address change, while the rest of the existing homes will remain unaffected by readdressing efforts across the county.