We are going into a much cooler weather pattern this week and it is right on schedule for the beginning of Autumn. There will be a day or two later in the week with highs in the 60s and lows in the 40s. Below-normal temperatures and below-normal rainfall is expected from Sept. 22 through Oct. 3. Several inches of rain fell this past weekend in many areas and we could sure use a prolonged dry spell.

Local Nashville Sports Radio icon and Main Street Media contributor, George Plaster, will host the first-ever Plaster & Friends Celebrity Bowling Night on Monday, Nov. 29. The charity event will take place at Hermitage Strike and Spare in two groups from 6-8 p.m. and 8-10 p.m. All proceeds from the event will be donated to two local children’s organizations: Last Minute Toy Store and the Martha O’Bryan Center.

How one family's passion for their beautiful special needs daughter has helped raise over a million dollars for middle Tennessee charities and shows no sign of slowing down. Our Big Joe on the Go has the story from Old Hickory Country Club

There's a big reason that middle Tennessee has such a vibrant theatre scene and starting Friday, September 17th to October 3rd, the Lakewood Theatre is putting on a vintage Agatha Christie play that is a must see in a great setting. Our Big Joe has more

It looks like another week of high temperatures well into the 90s and heat indexes of more than 100 degrees at times, with the driest weather coming for the middle portion of the week, and then rain chances are expected to go back up to 40% by the weekend.

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I had a tooth pulled (extracted) last week. It was not an event to which I was looking forward. I suppose I should have considered myself fortunate. It was the first permanent tooth I have yielded to Father Time. I have endured fillings, root canals, and a variety of crowns, but I had never let a tooth go since my youth.

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Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men and will strike approximately 248,000 men this year and kill more than 34,000, making it second only to lung cancer as the deadliest cancer in men.