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Waves Inc. has announced the launch of its new podcast, Waves of Awareness, set to begin Wednesday as a platform for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to share their lives with the community while also creating job skill development opportunities.  

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It has not gone unnoticed by me that, when I go to retrieve the daily newspaper from the driveway, I have no neighbors doing the same.

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During the holiday season, my older son enjoys reading our past Christmas letters, many of which are now in a hard bound book my wife had made a few years ago.  

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Update (8 p.m. 1/7/22): The photo walk has been postponed to Saturday, Jan. 15, due to inclimate weather.  Original Story: The Artist Guild of Nolensville will host a photo walk on Saturday for local photographers, painters or any creatively curious person of any skill or experience level. T…

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On New Year’s Eve we drove around with the top down on the Miata to view fireworks. On Saturday we rode to the park with the top down again, and walked our laps in short sleeves. Now, this is my idea of winter!   

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Following a halt of the Spring Hill Public Library's in-person events last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, such events have returned at the library, with January's schedule announced last week

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There will undoubtedly be end-of-year retrospectives and “best-of” lists as we bid farewell to 2021, the year that was supposed to bring us out of the stress of 2020.

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When I was a young boy, there was a common saying among folks of my parents’ generation: 

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My family has lived in Spring Hill for 18 years and I cannot recall the life and loss of someone having the kind of impact on our community that Austin Corbett's life and early death has had.