Kingston Springs officials have changed the town budget to reflect the property tax rate of $.70 on $100 of assessed value.
The Cheatham County commission has taken another step in securing an expanded jail after voting to raise property taxes in a July 22 meeting.
Pegram Mayor Charles Morehead said the city engineer Brad Bevins has recommended the use of speed humps instead of speed bumps to address the issues with speeding and reckless driving on Station Road and Riverview Road at the Pegram Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting last week.
The Pleasant View Planning Commission unanimously approved an application for subdivision of property into three lots named Pleasant View Mid-Town located at 6509 Highway 41A at its Feb. 26 meeting.
For jail administrator J.J. Hannah, solving the overcrowding problem in the Cheatham County jail isn’t just about making inmates more comfortable, it’s about giving them basic human decency, he said.
Gary Ola, 54, a sergeant at the Cheatham County Jail in Ashland City, pleaded guilty last week in U.S. District Court to two counts of making false statements to FBI agents, announced U.S. Attorney Don Cochran for the Middle District of Tennessee.
Newly elected aldermen for the town of Pegram were sworn in at the town’s monthly meeting of the board of mayor and aldermen on Tuesday, Aug. 28.
General Sessions Court Judge Phillip A. Maxey swore in 11 county commissioners, three school board members, four county constables, county mayor, sheriff, chief deputy, county clerk, chief deputy clerk, register of deeds, county trustee and staff in ceremonies held in the circuit courtroom i…
A $225,000 grant that the town of Pleasant View received from the state of Tennessee last week will mean better lighting, more parking and more field space.
The Cheatham County Commissioners voted to allow County Mayor Kerry McCarver to begin looking into a plot of land for the construction of a new county jail at their meeting Monday, August 20.
The Cheatham County local election results have been released after they were initially delayed due to a “technical issue” at one of the polling locations Thursday evening.
The second biannual All-Candidate Forum took place at the Ashland City Senior Center on Thursday, July 19, with 20 candidates on hand, as well as two representatives for candidates who were unable to attend.
The Cheatham County 2018-19 budget took another step toward completion on Monday, July 16 when commissioners approved tacking on two additional cents to the property tax increase to provide more money for schools.
After over four hours of discussion, the Cheatham County commissioners voted to adjourn their budget work session without approving a county budget on Monday, July 9.
Gov. Haslam and the General Assembly have invested in education during the last eight years, has that been a good investment and should it continue? What do the candidates propose for the next four to eight years?
More than 20 Cheatham County candidates in local races and state legislative primaries have been invited to participate in the second biannual All-Candidate Forum to be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, July 19, in the Ashland City Senior Center, 104 Ruth Drive, in the midst of downtown Ashland City.