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Two homes, two cars damaged after car crash in Springfield
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) - Two homes were damaged and two cars totaled after a car crash Monday night in Springfield. Around 9:30 p.m., police said a car veered off Central Avenue West and into a parked SUV. The SUV rolled through the car posts and into the neighbor’s yard. The car bounced off the SUV and into the neighbor’s house.
Altercation involving two men and sword reported in Springfield
SPRINGFIELD, Tenn. (WSMV) - One person was taken into custody on Monday following reports of an altercation involving a sword, Smokey Barn News reports. Emergency crews arrived at a Springfield home in the 2500 block of Queen Anne Court, according to SBN. An altercation between two men was reported to police, and the 911 caller said serious injuries from a sword were possible.
(Video) Spfd. Crash Damages 2 Homes, Totals 2 Vehicles, Driver Handcuffed
SPRINGFIELD TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Two homes were damaged and two vehicles totaled following a crash in Springfield on Monday evening. The accident occurred on Central Ave West between Jarrett Dr and School St, the first call coming onto 911 around 9:30 pm. MAP. Officials at the scene...
Wanted man escapes hospital after Robertson County crash, THP says
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) - The Tennessee Highway Patrol is searching for a wanted man who allegedly escaped Skyline Medical Center after a crash near Cross Plains on Monday. THP says they’re looking for Steven Horner, who’s wanted on active warrants out of Robertson County. Horner was allegedly involved...
Tobacco, Beef and More Field Day Scheduled for June 29
AG NEWS | Faculty and staff at the University of Tennessee Highland Rim AgResearch and Education Center are excited to host another informative Tobacco, Beef and More Field Day on Thursday, June 29, 2023. The event features a tradeshow as well as opportunities for tobacco farmers, beef producers and home gardeners to pick up some helpful tips.
Get Ready for the BBQ Throwdown in Springfield
The Robertson County Fairgrounds will once again be the home of the Robertson County Fair Association’s BBQ Throwdown on June 9 and 10, 2023. The event is a Backyard Series of the Kansas City BBQ Society. Sponsored by Cobb Hill Homes, this event offers amateurs with a great barbecue...
Teen accused of stealing a car from a Hendersonville gas station, running from police
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) - A teenager is being accused of stealing a car from a Hendersonville gas station over the weekend and later running from police before he was taken into custody, according to the Hendersonville Police Department. Police say 18-year-old Jayden Skaggs stole a Subaru Impreza that was left...
Looking to Revitalize Your Home? Check out Curated Collections in Springfield
In mid-2022, Carol Carter and Kathi Holdman opened Curated Collections in the former Burdette’s Tea Room and Trading Company building. While both women are interior designers, their work is very different and they complement each other. Together they have put together a showroom shining a light on their individual and shared talents.
Robertson County Schools Director Causey resigns, plans move to neighboring school district
Over 150 administrative, certified and classified positions are currently available in Robertson County Schools. Soon the role of Director of Schools will be added to that list. Robertson County Schools Director Dr. Chris Causey recently resigned from the district, RCS Communications Coordinator Jim Bellis confirmed. District officials shared their support...
Hughes & Coleman Hometown Hero: Chris Patterson
FRANKLIN, Ky. (WBKO) - If you’ve ever been to sporting events at Western Kentucky University or Simpson County schools, odds are you’ve heard the voice of Chris Patterson enthusiastically cheering on our local teams. The smiles he brings to the faces of fans add to the enjoyment of...
Celebrating the Fourth of July in Sumner County
Ladies and gentlemen, get ready for the celebration of the 4th of July in Sumner County! Get your red, white, and blue colors ready to rock and roll. The most-awaited Independence Day celebrations are just a few weeks away, and let’s gear up to experience the extravaganza of Sumner County’s sensational celebrations. You would be delighted to know that Sumner County is known to host amazing and vibrant celebrations, and this year is going to be no different. The atmosphere is electrifying, and people are gearing up with full zeal and enthusiasm. Festivities are in full swing, and we can’t wait to experience breathtaking performances, scrumptious food and get mesmerized by the stunning fireworks display. So, are you ready to experience the thrill and celebrate freedom in style? Let’s do this!
Smokey Ridge Grill Opens Inside Greenbrier Pharmacy
The Smokey Ridge Grill recently opened a second location within the Greenbrier Pharmacy, which offers seating. Just as they do at the Oak Hill Country Club, they offer their well-loved barbecue and sides, but they are also offering milk shakes, ice cream cones, scoops, of ice cream and ice cream Sundays.
58 baptisms at Tennessee jail result from ministry of neighboring churches
GALLATIN, Tenn. (BP) – When more than 50 people were baptized at the Sumner County Jail in early May, it was the culmination of many years of ministry from two neighboring churches. “It was a beautiful thing, one of the highlights of my life,” said Danny Spano, a chaplain...
Woman Fatally Stabbed at Springfield Apartment Complex
An investigation is underway after a woman was fatally stabbed in a Springfield apartment on June 1, 2023, according to WSMV. Springfield Police responded to the incident around 6:40 p.m. on 17th Street Apartment Homes on the 2500 block of 17th Avenue where they found an unresponsive woman. The woman...
16-year-old driver to be charged with vehicular homicide after deadly crash
A 16-year-old driver rear-ended another vehicle on I-24 East near Lickton Pike early Saturday morning. The crash left one dead and five people injured.
Five Free and Cheap Family Things To Do in Middle Tennessee
From Centennial Park in Nashville to Crockett Park in Brentwood to Pinkerton Park in Franklin up to Hendersonville and all the way down to Murfreesboro, this week’s list of fun and cheap things to do takes you all over the Middle Tennessee area. Parks in all of these areas are slated to offer music, movies, folklore and fishing, respectively. Each event is sure to have snacks, but since all of them are outdoors, be sure to plan to bring your own water to hydrate.
Woman dies after stabbing at Springfield apartment
A family of nine was involved in the hit-and-run crash on Springfield Highway. The man accused of shooting a Metro Police officer on Thursday afternoon has died, Metro Police said. Neighbors react to 4-year-old shot and killed. Updated: 9 hours ago. |. Witness describes what he heard at the intersection...
Springfield family mourning after ‘senseless’ shooting of support dog
SPRINGFIELD, Tenn. (WSMV) - A Springfield family is speaking out after their dog was reportedly shot and killed by a neighbor. The family is mourning the loss of their dog after a neighbor reportedly shot it on Sunday because it was loose on his property. According to Smokey Barn News,...
Neighbors react to 4-year-old shot and killed
A family of nine was involved in the hit-and-run crash on Springfield Highway. Police said the suspect and the victim were believed to have been in a relationship. The man accused of shooting a Metro Police officer on Thursday afternoon has died, Metro Police said. First heat wave of the...
Springfield State of the City Event Returns
The Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs of Springfield in partnership with the City of Springfield will host a State of the City event on Thursday, July 27 at The Center, 401 N. Main Street. Mayor Ann Schneider and City Manager Ryan Martin will deliver the Springfield State of the City at...
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