To say that Yesterday’s Treasures Today has something for everyone just might be a bit of an understatement.
With the 80th annual Middle Tennessee Strawberry Festival coming up this weekend in Portland, you know it must be time, or almost time, for picking your own strawberries at area farms.
In the late fall of 2018, Ande Truman took over High Cotton, a two-story treasure chest full of small business vendors on College Street in Dickson.
Dickson County’s coronavirus vaccination rate trailed the state and national rates after the first two weeks of vaccination availability for all Tennesseans ages 16 and older.
A judge has ruled in favor of the Dickson County government and Titan Partners regarding Titan’s planned fuel terminal, rejecting claims that the county’s elected and appointed bodies improperly approved the multimillion-gallon fuel storage facility in Burns.
One of my favorite things to write about over the years has been free festivals, where families could get out and learn something new, enjoy some live music, sample some food and experience a day in the park.
The number of Dickson County School District students who will make use of the all-virtual learning option in 2021-22 is likely to drop significantly compared to the current year, according to early data from the district.
Ann Linder, a great-great-granddaughter of Dickson County pioneers William and Dicy Austin, said she was thrilled to learn that her ancestors’ log cabin in Burns known as “Lonesome” had just been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Little Bite of Everything restaurant owners and staff are on the move, setting up in a larger location at 124 S. Main St. in downtown Dickson to better accommodate the many customers who crave their burgers, fries and other comfort foods.
Farmers in Tennessee intend to plant 1 million acres of corn in 2021, which is 130,000 acres more than 2020, according to a U.S. Department of Agriculture news release.
The Dickson City Council voted in favor of upgrading a road for the planned Titan Partners fuel terminal, a facility to be located east of the city’s official boundaries.
A judge ruled Thursday that Joe Daniels and Krystal Daniels will be tried separately in connection with the disappearance of their autistic son, Joe Clyde Daniels, three years ago.
Virtual-only church services were the norm for most of last spring — including Easter Sunday — during the worldwide shutdowns prompted by the coronavirus.
A rustic house filled with vintage clothing and props that are used to help frame and focus memories and keepsakes through photography is located at the corner of Highway 48 and Highway 49 in Charlotte.
Mary Hance, better known to Middle Tennesseans as Ms. Cheap, has joined Main Street Media of Tennessee to write a weekly column for its 13 newspapers. Hance retired in January after a 45-year career with The Tennessean and the Nashville Banner. For 27 of those years, she shared her dollar-stretching savvy to the delight of readers. In her new column, Hance will highlight Ms. Cheap’s weekly pick, as well as share her money-saving strategies.