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Local attorney charged in Robertson County sex abuse case
A Montgomery County attorney was indicted by the Robertson County grand jury and charged with committing sex crimes against two minors.
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Former Greenbrier mayor's court-ordered restitution to go toward helping children
The $30,000 in restitution paid by former Greenbrier mayor Billy Wilson as part of his plea deal will be given to six different organizations that work with children, according to a court order filed last week in Robertson County Circuit Court.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Plans for new Springfield elementary school approved
The Robertson County Board of Education on Tuesday unanimously approved the final architectural plans for a new Springfield elementary school.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Road conditions worsen, little melting expected in Robertson
The majority of Robertson County remains covered in ice and forecasters with the National Weather Service in Nashville are saying the current forecast isn't expected to improve the situation.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Robertson County schools closed Tuesday
Robertson County schools are closed Tuesday, March 4 because of continued icy conditions, according to Jim Bellis, communications coordinator for the school system.
School board meeting postponed due to weather
The meeting is now scheduled for Tuesday, March 4 at 7 p.m. at Central Office on Woodland Street in Springfield.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Bradley delivers 'State of the County' speech at Rotary
Robertson County Mayor Howard Bradley gave a state of the county address last week at the Springfield Rotary Club's regular meeting.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Springfield to pay school system owed tax revenue
The Springfield Board of Mayor and Aldermen last week voted unanimously to pay the Robertson County school district monies owed from 14 years of liquor-by-the-drink tax revenue.
Springfield library expansion could proceed
Library board members are hoping to put the Gorham-MacBane Library expansion project out to bid next month.
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Former Rutherford County Sheriff's colonel arrested on child sex charges investigated by TBI before
A former colonel with the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office arrested Monday on charges of sexually assaulting two children was investigated by RCSO internal affairs and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation in 2006.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Two injured in fire at Springfield business
Two men were transported to NorthCrest Medical Center Tuesday afternoon after being injured in a fire at a business in Springfield.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Two Arrested For Sexual Exploitation Of Two Minors
Officials with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said 55-year-old Edward Farmer, of Springfield, and 28-year-old Catrina McQuiston, of Nashville, were arrested Monday after a two year investigation revealed the two suspects had solicited sex for money from two minors of the course of several months.
Former Colonel for the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office Arrested in Robertson County, TN
Former Rutherford County Sheriff's Department Colonel Eddie Farmer was arrested in Robertson County, Tennessee.
Confirmed tornado touched down in Coffee County ThursdayConfirmed...
The National Weather Service confirmed that a weak tornado hit Coffee County during a wave of severe storms that passed through Middle Tennessee Thursday night.
Greenbrier officials reviewing fundraising roadblocks
The Greenbrier Board of Mayor and Alderman is studying whether to place restrictions on roadblocks within the city.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Zagorski's execution date set
The execution date for double-murderer Edmond Zagorski, 59, has been set for Dec. 9. Zagorski shot John Dotson of Hickman County and Jimmy Porter of Dickson, then slit their throats, after robbing them in Robertson County in April 1983.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Claim of explicit sex ed book in TN goes viral
Links to pages from a sexual health book people claim is being used in Tennessee schools has Williamson County school officials fighting back.
NWS Survey Team To Investigate Damage In Robertson County
The team from the National Weather Service in Nashville will survey the damage in Cross Plains left behind from severe storms Thursday night.
Storms cause little damage in county
A survey team from the National Weather Service will be touring the Cross Plains area this morning to determine whether or not a tornado touched down there in the storms that swept through the county Thursday night, according to National Weather Service Meteorologist Brittney Coleman.
Weather Service to look at damage in Robertson, Sumner and Williamson counties
The National Weather Service is evaluating whether to send storm teams later this morning to assess if tornadoes touched down in several areas of Middle Tennessee.