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The Springfield Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted unanimously on a first reading last month to increase water and sewer rates for homeowners to cover the increased cost of operations, maintenance and debt services.

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A Cedar Hill man was arrested and charged with burglary, aggravated robbery and shoplifting/ theft of property on Thursday, May 21.

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A Springfield man is facing an aggravated assault charge after reportedly trying to stab another person.

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Tal Plumlee of White House Farm Bureau Insurance has partnered with the White House Area Chamber of Commerce to honor local 2020 High School Graduates.

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Flowers and plants have continued to grow and bloom, forcing many florists to lose product and revenue since business crashed at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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When the pandemic hit, many things were cancelled or postponed indefinitely including the annual Nashville St Jude Rock and Roll Marathon fundraiser. White House Heritage High alum Christian Reid decided to honor his commitment and ran the race solo on…

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Dayspring Academy hosted a graduation ceremony last Friday evening for the class of 2020. Ten students, along with immediate family and school faculty attended the event in the school’s auditorium with rows between them left empty for COVID-19 precautions.

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An investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) has landed a Robertson County man in jail, facing multiple weapons charges.

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Local officials say federal dollars could be at stake as they encourage Robertson County residents to complete the United States 2020 census. They are asking the remaining 37 percent of residents who haven’t yet responded, to please do so before…

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Some children of fallen service members received a special treat in Robertson County last week as Operation Beef Stew was delivered to their homes.

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Various businesses around Robertson County have begun to reopen after restrictions were laxed by Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee late last month.

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The Tennessee Department of Health reported 39 more cases of COVID-19 in Robertson County last week, but increased testing outpaced the growth of new cases.

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When Governor Bill Lee first reported the reopening of businesses, many people were both elated at the prospect of returning to work, while remaining cautious about to how the process could be accomplished safely.

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While many businesses began reopening as early as April 27, close-contact businesses such as salons, barbers, spas, tattoo parlors and others are among the last businesses allowed to go back to work.

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While everyone has experienced the COVID-19 pandemic differently, the graduating class of 2020 lost the chance to celebrate the passing of a significant milestone in a traditional manner when their senior year ended so abruptly.