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Area Residents Start Thanksgiving Day with Hungry Hustle 5k

Area Residents Start Thanksgiving Day with Hungry Hustle 5k

Charlotte Road Baptist Church hosted the first annual Hungry Hustle 5k on Thanksgiving morning at Harpeth Middle and through the Woodlands. Admission was can goods for The Ark in Pegram.…

South Cheatham Comes Out to Wish George Well

Pegram’s longtime Postmaster, George Brown retired this week, but not without the well wishes of a steady stream of friends and customers stopping by to thank him  for his service…

Kingston Springs Prepares for the BIG 50! Longtime Residents Encouraged to Bring Out Their Memories and Artifacts

Kingston Springs Prepares for the BIG 50! Longtime Residents Encouraged to Bring Out Their Memories and Artifacts

TOWN OF KINGSTON SPRINGS 50TH ANNIVERSARY EVENT TO BE HELD MONDAY, DECEMBER 14TH Local Residents with Memories Encouraged to Participate On Monday, December 14th the Town of Kingston Springs will…

Residents Show Interest in Proposed Multi Modal Grant Application for Kingston Springs Corridor

Residents Show Interest in Proposed Multi Modal Grant Application for Kingston Springs Corridor

              Kingston Springs City Manager Mike McClanahan explains the proposed improvements to interested residents. By DALE GRAHAM There was an informal, informational meeting held…

Pegram’s Long Time Postmaster to Retire December 3rd

Pegram’s Long Time Postmaster to Retire December 3rd

George Brown will retire from the Postal Service on December 3rd. Brown has 41 years of Public Service, with the last 22 years at the Pegram Post Office. He started…