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ROUNDUP: The latest job openings in Spring Hill
In the market for a new job? No need to drown in traffic every morning on I-65, as there are plenty of job openings right outside your doorstep. For your convenience, here’s a roundup of the latest job openings, all right here in Spring Hill.
Spring Hill Five Guys restaurant project sees turbulence during city meeting, deferred to next month
PHOTO: Planning documents illustrate the design of the planned Five Guys and Sleep Number commercial building / Photo courtesy of the city of Spring Hill. The proposed Five Guys restaurant to be built on Main Street experienced some tumult during Monday night’s meeting of the Spring Hill Planning Co
Population in Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station area fastest growing in the state
The Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station area is now the fastest growing area in terms of population in the entire state, according to new census data analyzed by the University of Tennessee, growing by 6,190 residents from 2012 to 2017.
ROUNDUP: City approves office building, 94 new lots, church addition, convenience store
PHOTO: The site location for the proposed RaceTrac gas station and convenience store.// Photo courtesy of the city of Spring Hill. As the holidays draw closer, development seems to be slowing down in what was a particularly light planning commission meeting on Monday. Whether this is a momentary lap
Safety access issues stall Five Guys
SPRING HILL — Plans for a Five Guys Burger & Fries restaurant were deferred Monday due to issues regarding the site’s access for fire trucks and other safety vehicles. The proposed site plans, which also include a Sleep Number mattress store, show the facility would not allow for a firetruck to full
What are the fastest growing census tracts in Tennessee?
These are the fastest growing census tracts in Tennessee:. 1. Thompson's station in Spring Hill, up 6,190 residents from 2012 to 2017. 2. Murfreesboro section, up 3,903 residents from 2012 to 2017.
ROUNDUP: Spring Hill Christmas Parade and other great festivities to get up to this weekend
Holiday cheer continues to grow as Christmas day draws closer, with Christmas wreaths and mistletoe popping up all over Spring Hill. Thanks to the Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill & Thompson’s Station, residents will be in for a treat this Saturday, which will see the entirety of Main Street and all its
One dead, multiple injuries after I-65 Southbound crash in Marshall County
MARSHALL COUNTY, TN (WSMV) - Tennessee Highway Patrol investigators are on the scene of a deadly crash on Interstate 65 southbound at mile marker 27 just before the Lynnville Highway exit.
Facebook feedback: Please send Matthew a card or letter
A letter posted by the Tennessee Children’s Home in Spring Hill on Facebook was a reminder that Christmas can be the happiest and saddest time of the year. Matthew, 13, wrote he would like shoes, size 11, and a PlayStation 4 game for Christmas. Just about every teenager would he happy to see shoes o
Best Bets: Things to do in Williamson County this week
Contemporary a cappella group Street Corner Symphony will perform at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12, at Franklin Theatre. Tickets are $26-$36. For more information visit franklintheatre.com.
Franklin Police seek identity of man accused of using cloned credit card
FRANKLIN, Tenn. (WZTV) — Have you seen the man in the surveillance photos? Franklin Police need the community's help identifying the man pictured. He's suspected of using a cloned credit card to buy a $500 Visa gift card from a Franklin Walgreens.
Spring Hill Receives $25 Million Federal Grant for Transportation Project
United States Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) Thursday said a $25 million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to the city of Spring Hill will help reduce traffic congestion in Middle Tennessee.
Black nurse racially profiled by deputy while caring for White patient
Stephanie Dash of Williamson County, Tennessee, believes she faced issues with authorities because she is a Black nurse who cared for a White patient. On Dec. 5, 2018, Dash, who works for Amedisys Home Health Nashville, took a job to care for a White patient inside of their home, according to The Te
Black nurse accuses a white Tennessee sheriff's deputy of being racist after she was questioned during a home visit with a patient when someone reported a suspicious person in the neighborhood
A Tennessee black nurse has accused a sheriff's deputy of being racist after she was questioned during a home visit with a white patient when somebody reported a suspicious person in the neighborhood.
Gov.-Elect Bill Lee Appoints Williamson County Sheriff Jeff Long as Commissioner of Department of Safety and Homeland Security
– – – Jason M. Reynolds has more than 20 years’ experience as a journalist at outlets of all sizes. Photo “Jeff Long” by Jeff Long. Background Photo “Tennessee Capital” by Ichabod. CC BY-SA 3.0.
Federal grant of $25 mill. helps build Spring Hill exchange
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A $25 million federal grant will help build a new interstate interchange in Middle Tennessee. U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander announced in a press release that the money will go to the city of Spring Hill. The funds will be used to add the interchange between Interstate 65 and Inte
‘Nursing while black’: Tennessee deputy ‘interrogates’ home health aide caring for white patient
A Tennessee nurse says a sheriff’s deputy racially profiled her as suspicious after she went into a white woman’s home to care for her. Stephanie Dash works as a home health aide, and a Williamson County sheriff’s deputy questioned her after she went to a patient’s home last week in Franklin, report
Williamson County sheriff named as Tennessee homeland security commissioner
Gov.-elect Bill Lee has selected another Williamson County resident for his cabinet. Lee has named Williamson County Sheriff Jeff Long as commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security, his transition team announced Monday.
Spring Hill residents push back against proposed U-Haul facility during public meeting
PHOTO: Residents gather at the old Hiller building on Main Street to give feedback on the proposed U-Haul facility Thursday night in Spring Hill / Photo by Alexander Willis. Strong opposition against the proposed U-Haul facility continued Thursday night during an open meeting on Main Street called b
Real estate: Tiny home on 6.8 acres in rural Williamson has potential buyers buzzing
Realtor Tony Carletello has been in real estate for 20 years and has sold thousands of houses throughout his career. But the most active listing he’s ever had is a modest 6.8-acre tract of land on rural S. Lick Creek Road. To look at the photos of the “home” on the property, you might not immediatel