Milton Fossie opened Fossie Bar-B-Que on East Walnut St. in Dickson in 1958. Sixty-three years later, in the same location, his daughter is now cooking the meats that have kept the community well-fed.
Local members of the Topless in Tennessee Jeep Club sprang into action during last week’s icy winter storm, transporting people to their jobs and winching out vehicles stuck in the snow and ice.
Two state lawmakers have filed a bill to allow state and local election commissions to use fingerprints to verify voter identity at the polls.
Laura Travis has been appointed Vice President at Tennessee College of Applied Technology Dickson. She will oversee operations at the college’s Clarksville, Dickson and Franklin campuses.
Wintery precipitation will remain throughout the state through Tuesday evening, the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency announced Sunday night.
When it comes to success for a home-grown business, word of mouth is the best advertising for a restaurant with both good food and great conversation. Wall’s BBQ in Charlotte has a family-friendly feel that fills its customers’ plates with both of those.
Dickson County has officially registered 100 deaths associated with the coronavirus, about 11 months since the contagion first appeared locally.
A fake photo of two men urinating on the grave of fallen Dickson County Sheriff’s Sgt. Daniel Baker and posted on social media is “despicable” but does not constitute harassment of Baker’s family, a judge ruled.
A Nashville firefighter, his wife and their four daughters had just finished moving into their new house in White Bluff on Jan. 29 but decided to spend one more night at their previous house nearby.
Parents should have an option for their children to attend school in-person during the pandemic, Tennessee House Speaker Cameron Sexton said last week.
The Promise Land Heritage Association is holding its first fundraising campaign to raise approximately $50,000 for the restoration of the 85-year-old building that once housed the St. John Methodist Church congregation.
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation special agents and the Dickson Police Department have charged Joshua Andrew Garton of Lyles with manufacturing and disseminating a harassing photograph on social media, according to a TBI news release.