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11 hrs ago | The Tennessean
Shelton was born Sept. 2, 1953 in Robertson County. She worked as a line lead at Johnson Electric in Springfield.
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15 hrs ago | The Tennessean
She was born May 15, 1917 in Robertson County to the late Oscar and Minnie Fentress.
19 hrs ago | The Tennessean
Robertson County has been approved for membership in the Nashville Metro Planning Organization after a three-year wait, according to County Mayor Howard Bradley.
Yesterday | The Tennessean
Hundreds gathered Sunday as long-time lawman Gene Bollinger, whose titles over the years included sheriff, state trooper, father, husband and farmer, was laid to rest in Springfield.
A groundbreaking exhibit about the slaves and slaveholders who worked and resided at a distinctive plantation in Tennessee will open next year at the Tennessee State Museum in Nashville.
Robertson County authorities are continuing their search for answers in the Kim Moran murder case despite the death of her suspected killer.
According to Smokey Barn News , Michele Morley, 37, died Friday after she had a seizure in the shower and fell.
Update at 8:45 p.m.: While parts of northwest Middle Tennessee are dealing with minor ice levels, much of the region never became cold enough for Friday's rain to freeze over.
A total of 170 youngsters from Middle Tennessee and the surrounding areas have been cast to perform alongside Nashville Ballet's professional dancers in the local holiday favorite.
County and schools leaders considered a deal this week that would undo a decades-old agreement forcing indefinite ownership and maintenance of a White House football stadium on the city.
A Cheatham County man - who has a long history of escaping from authorities - was captured Wednesday in West Tennessee.
Outside the Robertson County historic courthouse flags fly at half-staff honoring a man known by most as sheriff, but for Beverly Webster, he was so much more.
PLEASANT VIEW, Tenn. The death of a woman whose body was found inside a badly burned home in Robertson County has been ruled a homicide.