The Pleasant View Board of Mayor and Aldermen received two donations totaling nearly $2,000 for a picnic shelter at Pleasant View Community Park at its Sept. 8 meeting.
This is a summary of Gov. Bill Lee’s COVID-19 press conference from Sept. 17. Officials spoke about visitations at nursing homes and a refusal to give Metro Nashville virus relief funds.
Tennessee will hold school districts harmless when it comes to enrollment numbers for purposes of BEP funding, and people receiving unemployment benefits soon will have to show they are searching for jobs, Gov. Bill Lee said Wednesday.
District Attorney General Ray Crouch is using a public showing of “Toy Story 4” on Saturday, Sept. 19 at Riverbluff Park in Ashland City to warn people about the powerful opioid fentanyl.
An increase in positive COVID-19 cases has forced Cheatham County Schools to close Harpeth High School for 14 days to mitigate the spread of the virus.
It’s going on six months since the Senior Center at Ashland City closed its doors in March because of Gov. Bill Lee’s executive order covering COVID-19 safety guidelines.
This is a summary of Gov. Bill Lee’s press conference from Sept. 10. Topics included police reforms, controversies surrounding Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn and state procurements.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District announced Friday morning that the Right Bank Recreation Area Beach at Cheatham Lake in Ashland City has been reopened because water conditions have returned to acceptable levels.
The Kingston Springs Parks & Recreation Department began soccer registration last week for kids ages 4-12, though the town was holding off on collecting league fees until officials see if there are enough players to have a season.
The Tennessee Department of Education will report new positive COVID-19 information for schools districts and individual schools starting this week.
Members of the Day Time Family and Community Education club have been assisting the Senior Center at Ashland City with conducting wellness check-up calls on its members.
This is a summary of a press conference Gov. Bill Lee held on Sept. 3. His administration talked about their anticipating a COVID-19 vaccine later this year, as well as pending reporting on the virus in individual schools. Reporters also asked Lee why he did not wear a mask the entire time he attended the Republican National Convention.
Bad weather had a negative impact on the participation at the third annual pasture putt-putt golf and games event at Colby’s Army last weekend, so the event will be repeated this Saturday from 1-4 p.m.
A traveling exhibit “To Make Our Voices Heard: Tennessee Women’s Fight for the Vote” will be on display through the end of the year in the lobby of the Sycamore Square County Government Office Building.
The Cheatham County Commissioners will each have a personal sneeze guard placed on the tables or platforms in front of their chairs in their courthouse meeting room when they return to hold sessions there.
Main Street Preps is teaming up with popular local sports host George Plaster to produce a weekly high school football show, “On the Field”. The show will debut Friday, Aug. 28 from 6:30–9:30 p.m. and run throughout the high school football season.
This is a summary of a COVID-19 press conference Gov. Bill Lee held on Aug. 25, including discussion on Rutherford County parents being told not to watch their children’s online learning.