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GM announces 800 additional Spring Hill jobs; $788 million investment in local plant
GM announced Wed., April 27, it will invest $788.7 million into the GM Spring Hill Manufacturing Plant for an all-new, high-efficiency engine program, as well as projects to modernize the vehicle programs, creating 792 new jobs, and retaining 16 jobs. Read on...
City purchases one of first Cadillac XT5s produced at GM-Spring Hill plant as show of support
Since the first Saturn automobiles were produced here, the City of Spring Hill has always stood behind GM Spring Hill Manufacturing by purchasing GM vehicles for city staff and fleet transportation needs. We continued that support on April 26 by Read on...
Spring Hill Skateboarding Competition/Graffiti Art Wall unveiling
Spring Hill Parks and Recreation will host a Skate Contest and Graffiti Art event at Walnut Street Skate Park in south Spring Hill. All levels of skaters and graffiti artists are welcome. The skate competition will include Read on...
Garbage collection portion of utility bill to rise by 1 cent
The residential garbage collection portion of City of Spring Hill water bills will rise this month by 1 cent from $10.03 to $10.04 per the City’s contract with Waste Management, requiring annual adjustment according to the Consumer Price Index.
Tickets available for final performance of Film Prov next month
The May 9 performance of FILM PROV will be the last opportunity to see the live improv comedy show, made possible by a partnership of the Spring Hill Arts Commission & the Carmike 12 Cinemas. The show is a fun and entertaining way to raise money to build Read on...
Spring Hill ranked 2nd 'Hardest Working Place in TN'
A new online Top 10 list ranks the "Hardest Working Places in Tennessee,” with Spring Hill ranking second, just behind Arlington, Tenn. Spring Hill workers average 39.5 hours per week, with 42.8 percent of workers holding a college degree. Read on...
'Summer in 3, 2, FUN' event to promote being active and safe outdoors
It will be “Summer in 3, 2, FUN”! Let's get out of the house and into the yard; on the trail; in the parks to hike, camp & play at this Spring Hill Parks & Rec. event on April 23. First 50 families receive a “10 Essentials Kit” for hiking & camping. Additional Info...
Online utility billing payment site will be briefly unavailable during maintenance
Due to internal software maintenance, the connectivity of our online payments website will be affected. Starting at 12 a.m. Sat., April 9, the website will be unavailable for about 3 hours into early Saturday morning. We apologize for the inconvenience.
New 1.5M-gallon water tank improving water pressure, storage
The City of Spring Hill’s new Hardin’s Landing water storage tank will be officially complete on Saturday, April 9. It’s already improving water pressure throughout the city as the tank went online in late January. Read on...
Maury & Williamson Co. residents invited to participate in regional mass transit survey
Maury and Williamson County residents are invited to offer input on future expansion of mass transit in the Middle Tennessee area through this Nashville Mass Transit Authority/Regional Transit Authority (MTA/RTA) survey. Take the survey
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