Ashland City officials who have been meeting by videoconference for months due to COVID-19 scheduled an in-person meeting, then cancelled it on the day it was to be held, blaming the coronavirus.
Former supervisory corrections officer Mark Bryant was sentenced Friday to five years in prison for repeatedly tasing a restrained pretrial detainee inside the Cheatham County Jail, the U.S. Attorney’s office in Nashville announced.
Students who will be incoming freshmen next fall must have a complete application on file with the Middle Tennessee State University Admissions Office by Tuesday, Dec. 1, to be considered for an academic merit guaranteed scholarship.
This week is traditionally the one during which parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles gather with students in Cheatham County school cafeterias for a Thanksgiving-style meal and festivities.
A group of approximately 60 people, both military and civilian, gathered in the mist and chill on the Cheatham County Courthouse lawn on Veterans Day to honor, uplift, remember, and give thanks for those who served in the nation’s military.
Cheatham County schools will be closed Monday, Nov. 23 and Tuesday, Nov. 24 to allow for further cleaning of the school buildings, the district announced.
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation special agents were looking into shootings by one or more Cheatham County sheriff’s deputies that left one man dead and another man hospitalized in separate incidents on consecutive days during the weekend of Nov. 7-8.
Dr. Joseph Weatherford opened his eye care business at The Village in Pleasant View in 2008. The number of patients has more than doubled since a move to Highway 41A just three years ago.
The Shearron Family Farm of Chapmansboro has been added to the list of Tennessee Century Farms, which marks the 18th Cheatham County farm to be included in the registry.
Pegram resident Christina Carlton said her service in the Navy was not only a privilege and a blessing, but it also reinforced the values of discipline, commitment, focus and dedication in her life.
About 74 percent of Cheatham County’s registered voters cast ballots in the Nov. 3 election, according to the Cheatham County Elections Commission office.
Riverbluff Park in Ashland City recently hosted a concert performed by 14 members of The Musicians of the Nashville Symphony, furloughed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pat Summitt was honored again by her home county last Saturday, this time in front of the house where she lived when she was a high school basketball star.
Pleasant View Alderman Bill Anderson was elected mayor of the town Tuesday night, taking 56 percent of the vote compared to 44 percent for Alderman Heather Brown-Hardwick.
Cheatham County is one of six Tennessee counties where early voting for the Nov. 3 election has surpassed the entire total voting in the 2016 general election with 60% of its registered voters casting ballots before Nov. 3, Secretary of State Tre Hargett announced.
The Town of Pleasant View held its annual Trunk Or Treat Car Show at Pleasant View Village on Oct. 17, with an estimated crowd of at least 300 enjoying the music, cars and food.
This is a summary of a press conference held by Gov. Bill Lee on Oct. 28. Officials discussed the increasing hospitalization rate in Tennessee as well as unemployment.
Cheatham County wrapped its community arms around its basketball history – and some boxing, media and coaching stars as well – as the first class of the Cheatham County Sports Hall of Fame was inducted last Saturday night at Gateway Church in Ashland City.