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Make Way For Meow Manor Project Means No-Fee Adoptions
[ 0 ] August 20, 2015

Make Way For Meow Manor Project Means No-Fee Adoptions

Make Way For Meow Manor Construction Project Means No-Fee Adoptions August 21 & 22 A new free roaming cat room called Meow Manor

Goodwill Job Fair Listings for the Week of Aug. 17-21
[ 0 ] August 17, 2015

Goodwill Job Fair Listings for the Week of Aug. 17-21

Goodwill Career Solution’s job fair listings for the week of Aug. 17-21. Activities are occurring at all of our Goodwill Career Solutions Centers across Middle and West Tennessee, but highlighted are: LAWRENCE, GILES, DAVIDSON, RUTHERFORD, WILLIAMSON, MAURY, WILSON, MARSHALL, SUMNER, MONTGOMERY, MADISON, CHESTER, HAYWOOD, ROBERTSON AND BEDFORD COUNTIES.

Spring Hill Police Department Asking for Public’s Help for Fatality Accident
[ 0 ] August 14, 2015

Spring Hill Police Department Asking for Public’s Help for Fatality Accident

Officers with the Spring Hill Police Department on Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015, responded to a traffic accident with injuries on Interstate 65 South at about 1:36 p.m.

Entertainment, Arts & Recreation

The 2015 Maury County Fair Set For August 18-22nd
[ 0 ] August 19, 2015

The 2015 Maury County Fair Set For August 18-22nd

The Maury County Fair began in 1950, as a civic project of the Columbia Jaycees and has continued, uninterrupted for more than 60 years!

Heritage Ball Silent Auction Includes Commissioned Portraits By World-Renowned Maestro
[ 0 ] August 18, 2015

Heritage Ball Silent Auction Includes Commissioned Portraits By World-Renowned Maestro

HERITAGE BALL SILENT AUCTION INCLUDES COMMISSIONED PORTRAITS BY WORLD-RENOWNED MAESTRO Igor Babailov, Deemed ‘Living Master,’ Offers Two Oil Portraits To Benefit Preservation Society

Excel Masters Swim Program Offered at Longview Rec Center
[ 0 ] August 17, 2015

Excel Masters Swim Program Offered at Longview Rec Center

Longview Recreation Center at Spring Hill

Local School News

Listen to the Music: Spring Hill Day School’s Music Program
[ 0 ] September 1, 2015

Listen to the Music: Spring Hill Day School’s Music Program

Most preschoolers love music. You can sing in the car, listen to music at home and without much prodding

Columbia State Kicks Off 50th Anniversary With Red Carpet Event & Documentary Film
[ 0 ] August 17, 2015

Columbia State Kicks Off 50th Anniversary With Red Carpet Event & Documentary Film

Dr. Rebecca Hawkins, president emeritus, and Columbia State Community College kicked off the college’s 50th anniversary

Pryor Art Gallery Presents Columbia State’s Dedication Day Exhibit
[ 0 ] August 3, 2015

Pryor Art Gallery Presents Columbia State’s Dedication Day Exhibit

Columbia State Community College’s Pryor Art Gallery will host the “Columbia State’s Dedication Day” exhibit that will begin Aug. 5 and run through Aug. 31. “This exhibit is offered to the Columbia State community, especially to those who have fond memories and stories about Columbia State’s startup and in particular, it’s dedication day,” said Michele […]

Local Sports

Kiwanis Club Thanks Sponsors And Community Support For Successful Bike Ride
[ 0 ] August 20, 2015

Kiwanis Club Thanks Sponsors And Community Support For Successful Bike Ride

The Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station thanks the sponsors and community for their support of the 7th Cycling for Children Charity Bike Ride held on August 1. Proceeds will fund the numerous projects sponsored by The Kiwanis Club

Fall Softball Leagues Forming
[ 0 ] July 27, 2015

Fall Softball Leagues Forming

Registration now open Registration ends August 5 (returning teams) and August 7 (new teams) for Williamson County Parks and Recreation adult softball leagues for the 2015 Fall season which begins in mid-August. Registration includes Men’s and Coed divisions playing at Fieldstone Park, Granny White Park, Bethesda and Nolensville (all double headers). League fees are $500 […]

Registration Ends July 27 For Fall Youth & High School  Volleyball Leagues
[ 0 ] July 20, 2015

Registration Ends July 27 For Fall Youth & High School Volleyball Leagues

Registration ends July 27 for the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department’s Fall 2015 coed youth volleyball leagues (grades 4-8) and coed high school league.

Farm-Agri News

Millions of Americans Learn USDA Has Approved US Chicken to China for Cheap Processing then Back to Your Table
[ 0 ] July 14, 2015

Millions of Americans Learn USDA Has Approved US Chicken to China for Cheap Processing then Back to Your Table

Petitions have begun to stop the recent approval USDA has given to allow

More Major Retailers Move to Offer Healthier Food Choices
[ 0 ] March 15, 2015

More Major Retailers Move to Offer Healthier Food Choices

Food giants announce they will phase out antibiotics from its meat supply chain. McDonald’s will phase out chicken raised with antibiotics that are important to human health over two years to allay concern that use of the drugs in meat production has exacerbated the rise of deadly “superbugs” that resist treatment, Reuters reported last week. […]

Target Beefs Up their Organic Foods Offerings By 50%
[ 0 ] March 13, 2015

Target Beefs Up their Organic Foods Offerings By 50%

Target Will Double Organic, Sustainable Offerings In 2015 A recent article from consumerist.com reveals Target’s aggressive actions to beef up their organic foods offered by adding more than 200 organic products to their shelves. Coming off a failed investment with Target Canada, the nation’s second largest retailer is poised to double its stake in the […]

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TDOT Weekly Construction August 13-19th

TDOT Weekly Construction August 13-19th

[ 0 ] August 13, 2015

Middle Tennessee Weekly Construction Lane Closure August 13-19, 2015 WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Resurfacing on I-65 from the Maury County line to North of SR 840 Thursday August 13 through Wednesday August 19, 8PM-5AM (excluding Saturday), There will be a lane closure on I-65 in both directions, from MM 53 to MM 59.5, for paving operations. At least […]