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November 18, 2019

Pleasant View Elementary School recently received a landscaping makeover compliments of Hertz’s Heroes in the Neighborhood program and Hertz volunteers, generous local sponsors, the school’s PTO, and members of the community.

On Saturday, November 8, new sod was put dow...

November 17, 2019

O’Brien’s Southern Diner owner, Candice Beasley, is no stranger to giving to the less fortunate.

This Thanksgiving season, she is supplying local homeless and those in need with items like toiletries, food, blankets, winter shoes, and coats.

“What better way to give than...

November 8, 2019

The Braxton Lee Homestead Foundation is inviting the public to a holiday open house at the Braxton Lee Homestead on December 7.  

Between the hours of 1 PM and 4 PM, guests can tour the historic house located at 117 Smith Street in Ashland City. From...

October 29, 2019

The Town of Ashland City announced earlier today that the grand marshal of the town's annual Christmas parade is comedienne Chonda Pierce.

Pierce, known as “The Queen of Clean” and “The Country Comic,” is a successful Christian comedian and is RIAA’s biggest selling fe...

October 14, 2019

Kelly Voorhies, the fine arts director at Pleasant View Christian School (PVCS), was the guest of honor during a Pink Out volleyball game, the school’s annual breast cancer awareness event.

Each October, the school chooses an individual or group who has been affected by...

October 9, 2019

A celebration for longtime postal worker Pam Binkley was held at the Pleasant View Post Office on October 2. Binkley, who began her career in Nashville 25 years ago, has been serving the residents of Pleasant View for the past 21 years. 

To mark the special occasion, Po...

October 3, 2019

A unique and charity-minded dinner is scheduled for October 26 in Ashland City. 

The event, Farm-to-Table Dinner on the Square, will be held on the courthouse lawn- the first of its kind in the heart of town.

With the purchase of a $50 ticket, attendees can expect a prof...

September 29, 2019

This year’s Pink Out for Hope Booby Bolt will be held in honor of Lori Stone.

Stone, who taught at Ashland City Elementary School for over two decades, lost her battle with breast cancer in August of 2016.

A beloved wife and mother of two daughters, Stone always showed h...

September 27, 2019

The newly formed nonprofit (501c3) Art League of Cheatham County will host their first juried art show Saturday, September 28.

The event, located at Sycamore Square on Frey Street in Ashland City, will boast 60 different entries created by 28 different artists from Plea...

September 25, 2019

Pleasant View United Methodist Church will be hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive next month to honor Max Moss.

Moss had a successful 45-year career in the newspaper industry, having started a number of publications beginning when he was just 16. 

He has been a prominent fig...

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