Top of the Ridge Catering celebrated its move to Bottom View Farms with a ribbon-cutting on Wednesday, Feb. 12.
The inaugural Coffee & Conversation event that allows citizens to hear directly from their elected representatives was a big success for the first time around.
The Portland Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards dinner last Tuesday night at the Southern Occasions Event Center with a number of businesses and individuals honored for their outstanding accomplishments for 2019.
A police chase that began in Hendersonville on Feb. 2 and ended at the old Swifty gas station across from Portland East Middle School last Tuesday led to the arrest of a Nashville man, who is a convicted sex offender, on multiple charges.
After a one week delay, city employees were able to completely vacate Portland City Hall on Friday and begin setting up shop at two different primary locations nearby.
Police stopped George Grider, 48, of 634 Morgantown Road, Apt. 44, Franklin, Ky., after his silver Kia was swerving across the yellow line shortly after 3 a.m. on the day in question.
The Portland Police Department is doing well in its efforts to fight the opioid crisis, and to save lives associated with overdoses from both prescription and street drugs.
The annual Fellowship of Christian Athletes fundraiser banquet will be held March 24 at First Baptist Church in Portland with former Tennessee Titans assistant coach Alan Lowry scheduled as the featured speaker.
The Portland Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 2019 Awards Dinner on Feb. 11 at Southern Occasions Event Center to honor those businesses and individuals who excelled last year.
A Cottontown man has been charged with vehicular homicide following blood test results from a December crash on Highway 76 at killed a man in another vehicle.
Sarah Maxine Perdue, age 81, passed away on Jan. 30, 2020 in Portland, TN. She was born in Gallatin on Dec. 11, 1938 to the late John David Templeton and Earlene Maxey-Templeton.
Portland Mayor Mike Callis, who is also an ordained minister, recently stepped down from his long-time post as lead pastor at Liberty Free Will Baptist Church in Portland.
Dennis Keith Jones, 62 of Portland passed Saturday, Jan. 18, 2020 at TriStar Medical Center in Portland. He was Born Jan. 22,1957 to the late Cecil Jones and Ruby Leene Church Jones.
Charles Hunter (seated) is holding his great granddaughter, Olivia Grace Binkley, as this photo represents five generations of his family. Standing, from left, are Michael Brummett, Marlene Dean and Makayla Brummett.
Harbor Freight Tools, America’s leading retailer of quality tools at the lowest prices, will celebrate the grand opening of its new store in Franklin, Ky. on Saturday, Feb. 1 at 8 a.m.
Below are the names of local area Western Kentucky University students who were named to the Dean’s and President’s List. Included are the students’ names and their hometown cities.
For many years, a group of retired Portland coaches and administrators, plus a few others in large group of friends and acquaintances have held a pool to select college football bowl games.
The Portland boys extended a seven-point first quarter lead to 14 at halftime and cruised to a 58-41 win over visiting Hendersonville Friday night in the Hall of Fame game. It was the first district win of the year for the Panthers.