This is going to be a more unsettled week of weather across Middle Tennessee with off-and-on rain chances.
Pleasant View has taken the first step toward an agreement with C&C Franchising, a branch of Cumberland Electric Membership Cooperative, to allow Cumberland Connect, to establish cable TV and internet services in the town.
Thanksgiving starts, whether we like it or not, the countdown to Christmas. Most stores start putting up decorations right after Halloween and some, before that.
East Cheatham Elementary School teacher Lacritia Sanson, referred to by her colleagues and students as “coach”, will retire Dec. 17 after 30 years in education, all in the Cheatham County school district.
Jean Fogus (back row, right) celebrated her 88th birthday recently with four younger generations of her family. They are (clockwise from front row, right) her son Richard Fogus, her great-grandson Daelyn Rose holding her great-great-grandson Hudson Rose, and her granddaughter Nakia Rose.
Josh Eatherly announced his resignation from the Kingston Springs Board of Commissioners at its November meeting. Eatherly is moving to Williamson County.
Female artists finished in the top spots at the Art League of Cheatham County’s show last Friday at the Coach House in Pleasant View.
Ashland City Elementary STEM Academy physical education teacher John Derrick said he will be retiring next month after 31 years, the last 29 in Cheatham County Schools.
The holiday season is often called the “Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” but it can also be the most expensive time of the year. With Christmas just weeks away, it’s time to start thinking about what gifts to purchase this year – and how to pay for them.
Members of the Senior Center at Ashland City finally embarked on one of the center’s popular trips that had all been cancelled in the past 18 months because of the pandemic.
Cheatham County Chamber of Commerce Director Missy Keenan told the Pleasant View Board of Mayor and Aldermen about a new digital marketing tool that should help holiday gift shoppers.
Army veteran Clayton D. Walden and Army National Guard and Naval Reserves veteran Bill Garrett were two of the approximately 150 people who attended the Cheatham County Veterans Day Celebration last Thursday.