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Hendersonville resident Joey Frank credits his two young sons for inspiring him to finally realize his decades-old dream of illustrating and penning his own children’s book.
Our Big Joe stopped by Metro Animal Care & Control where unfortunately, the shelter is full and he shows us two beautiful dogs looking for their fur ever homes.
There are many reasons that middle Tennessee is an amazing place to live and with amazing people. This story exemplifies that 100 percent. After a tornado destroys their office, what the staff of Family Voices of Tennessee did next, will not only inspire, but you will see that their cause is…
On Thursday, the community of Franklin and Williamson County came together to host a blood drive for the wife of a beloved Williamson County Sheriff Detective. Thanks to the great folks at Blood Assurance for their help in telling this positive story. Our Big Joe has more
Our Big Joe takes us to the Cheatham County Animal Control and shows us a new program that is changing the lives of the pets there and those that volunteer. Thank you to Hunter Briley and Regal Realty Group for loving these pets as much as we do
Simmons Bank recently donated $5,000 to the Pope John Paul Preparatory School. From the left — Mike Deely, headmaster; Paul Good, Angie Deguira, Bishop Spalding, Cherie Cline and Paul Craig. SUBMITTED
Local Nashville Sports Radio icon and Main Street Media contributor, George Plaster, will host the first-ever Plaster & Friends Celebrity Bowling Night on Monday, Nov. 29. The charity event will take place at Hermitage Strike and Spare in two groups from 6-8 p.m. and 8-10 p.m. All proceeds from the event will be donated to two local children’s organizations: Last Minute Toy Store and the Martha O’Bryan Center.
Our Big Joe visited the Humane Society of Sumner County for our Pet of the Week. Along with our proud sponsor Regal Realty Group, we want you to meet "Addie" and once you hear her story, you will fall in love
An estimated 3,000 people flocked to the Streets of Indian Lake on Sept. 23 for the Chamber of Commerce’s Taste of Hendersonville. The event was an overwhelming success despite a nationwide shortage of employees in the food service industry, noted Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Kathleen Hawkins.
A recent emphasis on grants has secured millions of dollars for the city of Lebanon and Wilson County non-profit groups.
The Hendersonville High School MCJROTC Raider Team recognized the 20th anniversary of 9/11 by traveling to Fairview High School along with 19 other schools to participate in a Raider competition.
Pictured (l-r): Asherah Tobias- junior attendant, Molly Crockett — senior attendant, Shae Fisher — homecoming queen, Lainie Brassell — senior attendant, Anna Grace Morgan — sophomore attendant, and Kinley Cline — freshmen attendant. The ceremony will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 1.
The Hendersonville High School MCJROTC recently began their program began their 2021 Raider Competition Season at Clarkrange High School. The Raider Team consist of 26 cadets who have spent months of physical conditioning and building consistency in team events.
A new event aims to bring Sumner County veterans together while also connecting them with local veteran-owned businesses and organizations this weekend in Gallatin.
It is another wonderful opportunity to bring you our pet of the week, as Main Street Nashville has teamed with Regal Realty Group to show you lovely pets looking for their Fur-ever homes. Meet Lucille!
How one family's passion for their beautiful special needs daughter has helped raise over a million dollars for middle Tennessee charities and shows no sign of slowing down. Our Big Joe on the Go has the story from Old Hickory Country Club