The YMCA’s After Breast Cancer (ABC) program held its 4th annual Breast Cancer Awareness Luncheon on Friday, Oct. 18.
More than 230 Jo Byrns High School students witnessed the tragic potential as a result of texting while driving when they observed a mock crash scenario played out for them at school.
Each year the Robertson Education Initiative rewards district high school seniors who scored above the benchmark on at least three of the four subjects included on the ACT college admission test.
With the help of the White House community, 87-year-old George Oliver headed recently back to Arizona to live with family after being released from a local rehab center.
Nineteen-year-old William Stuart has been charged with vehicular homicide after being involved in a single-car accident where a passenger was ejected and killed in the early morning hours of Sept. 28.
On Friday, Sept. 20, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Airtech Advanced Materials Group announced their expansion in Springfield by investing $13 million and bringing 30 new jobs to the area.
Robertson County was selected by the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development to be a part of the most recent round of the Select Property Evaluation Program. Other counties chosen include Rutherford, Morgan and White County.
On Tuesday, Sept. 17, the city of Springfield honored the graduating students from an 8-week management training course for the University of Tennessee’s Municipal Technical Advisory Service.
On Sunday, Sept. 29 the Cross Plains Heritage Commission will hold a special “Ruby Covington Day” to honor the Cross Plains historian for her many years of dedication to the preservation of community history.
Sgt. 1st Class Jeremy W. Griffin, 41, was killed in action by small arms fire during combat operations in Wardak Province, Afghanistan, Army officials announced Sept. 17.
Willow Oak’s 11th annual Art in the Park is this Saturday, Sept. 28. Visitors will enjoy fine arts to folk arts, with food, music, art demonstrations and activities all day long.
Law enforcement agencies in Robertson County have started to ramp up their efforts in enforcing the state’s new “hands-free” cellphone law after a few weeks of warning drivers.
A new coffee house and bistro in White House - 672 Brew located at 575 Sage Road - offers a variety of coffees and teas along with a full menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner plates with craft beers and…