To the Editor:
As the time for Election Day grows near and now that early voting has begun, I would like to encourage voters to take some time and truly vet the candidates who are running to represent the people of Williamson County.
District 2 Williamson County Schools Board of Education candidate Patsy Writesman has withdrawn from the race to support one of the two remaining candidates in the district.
Hope this finds you and everybody at home well and happy … far as I can tell I’m okay (unless you know something I don’t) … thought I ought to catch you up on things goin’ on ‘round here …
The Nashville Symphony Chorus, fresh off a 50th anniversary season that included a number of high-profile performances in Music City and a guest appearance at Cincinnati’s renowned May Festival, will be holding its next round of new member auditions in August for individuals interested in joining the ensemble.
A state education official on Monday morning tried to dispel some myths surrounding the controversial Common Core standards when he met with about 10 parents and educators at Spring Hill Middle School.
Ravenwood infielder Haley Barnette was recently selected to the 2014 Tennessee Sports Writers Association Class AAA all-state softball team.
PROPERTY TRANSFERS FOR 37135 AS RECORDED IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY
July 9, 2014
428 Secret Mountain Pass, Nolensville, Arrington Retreat; Buyer: Drees Premier Homes INC; Seller: Waterstone Single DEV LLC; $86,100.
2256 Dominick Drive, Nolensville, Silver Stream Farm; Buyer: Kati-Jean L and Jonathan W Dickerson; Seller: Fox Ridge Homes; $287,545.
Nolensville Road, Nolensville; Buyer: Ozburn-Scales Farm LLC; Seller: Scales Farm LLC; $1,000,000.
It’s easy to go online, find local real estate market statistics and get an idea of what the average price for a home in your area will run. It can be intimidating trying to find a home in neighborhoods where some are listed at upwards of $1 million or more, but that doesn’t mean that’s what the average person is buying or what’s available.
The Williamson County grand jury has indicted a former Nolensville police officer on one count of official misconduct and one count of solicitation of tampering with evidence.