Now that he is halfway through his junior year in high school, the countdown for college is on for my oldest. While we remind him on regular basis to study, volunteer and research colleges, he is quick to remind us about his career goals.
Country music fans got what they wanted - and more - this holiday season as songstress Lorrie Morgan brought her "Enchanted Christmas" to the Capitol Theatre in Lebanon.
Baker-artist Belinda King's springerle Christmas cookies look way too pretty to eat, but if you're one of those fortunate to receive a batch of them that's exactly what she wants you to do--eat them.
Oh boy, what a wonderful weekend we had. My feelings were that it seemed like early May, except that I wasn't planting my vegetable garden. The kids next door have been running and playing in their backyard, but very soon, it will be too cold to do this. Grab it while you can.
Scents from the kitchen during the holiday season often stir memories of how mom added an extra touch of butter to her Christmas cookies or how dad would slip-in from work early with a bundle of colorfully wrapped packages, sprint to a nearby closet and hide them thinking no one had noticed.
Ward 4 City Council Member Bernie Ash was scheduled to present an ordinance calling for new patrol carbines at Tuesday night's meeting.
Crossroads Community Church packed 600 food boxes in under two hours on Tuesday night thanks to the help of many wonderful volunteers.
Mt. Juliet city commissioners gave the green light Monday night to widen the bridge over Interstate 40 near Providence to fix the congestion problem.
People do a double-take when they see it.
It's Tennessee's only "pop-up Irish pub."
The Wilson County Sheriff's Office donated a heap of toys to Christmas for All on Tuesday - enough toys to fill the bed of board member Juli Kelley's pickup truck.
Who said Christmas is just for kids?
HomeInstead Senior Care owner Maggie Lea believes Christmas is for the young - and the young at heart.
Well, the weather outside is frightful but the fire is so delightful. And since we've no place to go... go outside, go outside, go outside! What, did you really think I'd mention snow? Pssh, not from me. I'd plant palm trees in my front yard, if they'd survive and if I had a front yard.
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