Through the years, I have been very fortunate to have some wonderful interns come through that wanted to make working in television their career. You can tell quickly who is soaking up all the knowledge and those who are going through the motions.
Hendersonville resident Stephen Durham, has been recognized by the American Red Cross Nashville Area Chapter for his dedication in serving his community as a Disaster Action Team (DAT) member. In June, Durham received the “Disaster Services Chapter Award” during the organization’s annual meeting.
If you are looking for an easy and fun day trip, this Friday’s Cottage Tour and Bazaar at the Monteagle Assembly Grounds is a good bet.
Nearly 46 years after graduating from high school and going to work for the state of Tennessee a month later, Hendersonville resident Darlene Stringfellow celebrated her retirement recently as human resources director for the Department of Human Services.
U.S. Representative John Rose (TN-6) recently named Ian Hooper from Pope John Paul II High School as the winner of the 2021 Congressional Art Competition for Tennessee’s Sixth District.
Recently, I was going through some old tools which belonged to my maternal grandfather, W. H. Brim. There was a single tree, a bush cutter, the head of a pick-axe, and the metal neck and blade of a hoe, long retired; along with other odds and ends. The worn and rusted blade of the hoe was of…
The General Jethro Sumner Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently announced the winners of the DAR Good Citizen award program. The program is intended to recognize and reward the qualities of good citizenship in local public Sumner County High Schools.
The Knights of Columbus will host their 32nd annual BRASS bike ride across Sumner County. Three rides, the 25K, 50K and 100K, will be offered and are intended for all levels of riders ranging from beginner to avid cyclist. The event will take place on Aug. 7.
Twenty-six jobs in 11 years. Yes, I had 26 jobs in 11 years, and that is from the time I graduated from high school until I was hired as a part-time editor at Channel 2 in May 1997.
On May 27, 2021, over 300 local businesses, people, places and events were recognized at a live 2021 Main Street Awards presentation on our Facebook page. Many of you were present for the live stream, but if you missed it, or would like to see your favorites honored again, click here to watch the video of the live awards presentation honoring all the finalists and announcing the winners in each category. Be sure to support all our local businesses and congratulate them for their contribution in our community. Special thanks to our 2021 sponsor, All Access Coach Leasing, for helping make this annual community event possible.
Volunteer State Community College in Gallatin, TN has chosen Kim Christmon as the next dean of the Health Sciences Division. She was most recently associate professor and director of the Respiratory Care Technology program. She has taught at Vol State for 17 years.
Right around the time we launched Main Street Nashville in March, I called Mary Hance (Ms. Cheap) to see if she would be interested in writing a weekly column for our newspapers. Mary had been sharing money-saving tips with people for years, and I knew our readers would love to read her feature stories and thrifty tips.