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Courts: Lawsuits settled with Dickson; Standley hearing reset; date...
Probation hearing rescheduled for former humane society president; court date set for two suspected of prescription pill fraud; two federal lawsuits against Dickson police dropped.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Creek Wood High vandalism suspects get trial date
The Dickson County Sheriff's Office charged Zane A. Schippers, 18, of Kingston Springs; Dylan B. Moore, 18, of Dickson; Kenneth "Colt" Colley, 18, of Charlotte, and Kenneth J. Sowards, 18, of Vanleer, with felony vandalism July 29 to Creek Wood High School.
Dickson Park & Ride to Nashville moves forward
Dickson's Planning Commission recently endorsed a plan to establish Park & Ride locations within Dickson that will support express bus service expected to begin in the summer.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Constance Virga Trimmer
Arrangements were under the direction of Taylor Funeral Home. Constance, a registered nurse, died Friday, Dec. 6, 2013 at N.H.C. Health Care Center in Dickson.
Huck's food, fuel coming to Dickson
A new convenience store and gas station will transform the corner of College Street and Mathis Drive next spring.
Treece pleads guilty to reckless homicide, sentenced to 4 years
The Chester County man accused of gunning down a Hartsville man New Year's night during a drug-deal-gone-bad at a Dickson hotel, will serve four years in prison.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Plan for Dickson-Nashville bus route advances
Commuting from Dickson to Nashville might get easier now that there's a plan afoot to provide express bus service.
Crews work to restore power to thousands in Dickson County
Crews worked diligently during falling temperatures Sunday evening to restore power to nearly 10,000 people who were in the dark after an ice storm dropped as much as a half-inch of ice across several communities in northern and western parts of Middle Tennessee.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Schools Closed, Delayed Due To Ice Storm
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Several school systems in Tennessee and Kentucky will be closed or delayed Monday as a result of an ice storm.
Dickson County ice storm update: Schools closed Monday; outside crews to help restore power to 7,000
About 7,000 Dickson Electric System customers remained without power Sunday evening and Dickson County Schools will be closed Monday following the early morning ice storm that hit Dickson County hardest in the Midstate.
Dickson Electric working to restore power to thousands
Thousands are without power in Dickson County Sunday morning since a second round of ice started forming around 1 a.m. A Dickson Electric System spokesperson said they have seen power outages steadily increase across the system, which in addition to Dickson County, serves portions of Cheatham, Hickman, Houston and Montgomery counties.
Torres shows homes all over town
Local realtor Ashley Torres has several homes listed for sale, including Lot 6, Fox Crossing which is near Exit 1 off Tylertown Road in the Fox Crossing subdivision.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Burns police to stop handgun permit classes in New Year
Burns officials unanimously appointed a temporary building inspector during Monday's regular meeting at Town Hall.
Dickson poet signing 'Riverwalkers' downtown
Reading "Riverwalkers," Dave Wright's collection of poems, is like being submerged in water, but feels more like a baptism of fire.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Three people charged with making meth in Dickson apartments
Two female Dickson residents and a White Bluff man were arrested Wednesday afternoon for allegedly cooking methamphetamine at the Walnut Street Apartments in Dickson.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Council OKS doubling White Bluff judge's salary first vote
The White Bluff municipal judge's salary will more than double effective after the August 2014 election if the town council approves the raise on second vote next month.
Promising hip-hop artist from Dickson takes stage Thursday
Zach Farlow is returning to Middle Tennessee on Thursday night with a brighter future ahead.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Dickson approves 400-foot beer distance
At a packed City Hall on Monday night, the city of Dickson voted to lower the required distance between beer merchants and schools or churches from 950 to 400 feet.
Education, religious leaders weigh in on Freed-Hardeman in Dickson
In the wake of The Renaissance Center transfer of ownership to Freed-Hardeman University, local leaders commented positively about both the center's contributions in the past and its future.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Governor And First Lady Haslam Hosts Tennessee's Home For The Holidays
Governor Bill Haslam and First Lady Crissy Haslam Monday opened the Tennessee Residence for the third annual "Tennessee's Home for the Holidays" open house, an event inviting all Tennesseans to tour the holiday decorations at the executive residence during the first two weeks in December.