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Crane craze – Nashville reaches the legal limit of cranes

Glow 2019

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Michael Guion, Reporter

December 10, 2019

NASHVILLE, Tenn – If you've been downtown in the last decade, it's most likely you've noticed the cranes filling the skyline. Ten years ago, cranes represented the ongoing expansion and renovation of Nashville. Now they represent growth that is uncontrolled and new homes that are pushing out long-time...

Metro Athletics announces the 2019 Class of All City football players

2019_Final _ALL_CITY_FOOTBALL_TEAM

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Hillsboro Globe Sports Desk

November 19, 2019

The Metro Nashville Football Coaches Association announced Tuesday November 19, 2019 its 35th All City Team.  The Class of 2019 MVPs and inductees into the Coaches Hall of Fame will be announced on Thursday, December 5, 2019 at the annual banquet held for the All City players and their coaches at th...

“Up front and fair” perfectly describes this year’s TSSAA’s Distinguished Contributor

Maurice Patton, Bernard Childress, Executive Director for TSSAA and Courtney  Brunetz, Marketing Director

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – From the Hillsboro Globe Sports Desk

October 24, 2019

Editor's note: In a world of biased news reporting and unsupported assertions, learning the skills ethical journalism could not be more important. The Hillsboro Globe is privileged to have several mentors that share their professionalism with high school writers and photographers. We could not exist as an ethical media outlet without t...

With Phase 1 of construction complete, Hillsboro Burros will enter campus off of Glen Echo road

Map of new traffic pattern that began July 29, 2019 of the Hillsboro High School Campus.

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Hillsboro Globe Reports

August 1, 2019

July 29, 2019 Dear Hillsboro Families, It is hard to believe that we are moving into our new Tower and about to start a new school year. In one short year we have watched the transformation of our campus into something new and beautiful. We have now started Phase 2 of our construction project an...

High school students worry that Tennessee #SB971 will change how voter registration drives are held for TN teens

High school students worry that Tennessee  #SB971 will change how voter registration drives  are held for TN teens

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Hillsboro Globe Editorial Staff

April 25, 2019

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Senate voted "yes" on SB#971, Thursday, a bill which would  fine voter registration groups for mistakes after a voter registration drive. The vote left unclear how #SB971  could change the way voter registration drives are held at high schools, colleges and universities....

Suicide, To Talk or To Not Talk, that IS the question

Suicide, To Talk or To Not Talk, that IS the question

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Hillsboro Globe Editorial

April 11, 2019

Editor's Note: This article is a collaborative article written by several staff reporters of the Hillsboro Globe. The subject of talking about teen suicide became a hot topic recently because the national media was criticized for "over-talking" about the subject of suicide. The Op-Ed authors of Hill...

Can You Still Listen to Kanye in 2019?

Can You Still Listen to Kanye in 2019?

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Desaun Ellis

March 21, 2019

In our contemporary times of social media,  it’s very easy to share one's thoughts to millions of people in the space of less than 200 characters. In some ways,  this is a good thing. Connections can be made between people that live hundreds of miles away from each other that would’ve never met...

Growing Up in the Digital Age

Growing Up in the Digital Age

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Karissa Niehoff, Executive Director of NFSHSA and Bernard Childress, Executive Director of TSSAA

October 3, 2018

From the Greatest Generation to Baby Boomers, Generation X to Millennials, teenagers in every era have had challenges growing up. In today’s digital world, high school students are being tested in unique and demanding ways. The Washington Post confirms that 73 percent of all American teena...

Two minutes of silence across nations sound importance of Holocaust Remembrance March

A group of young Jews visits the Death Wall at the former Nazi German death camp of Auschwitz ahead of the yearly March of the Living, a Holocaust remembrance march, in Oswiecim, Poland, on Thursday April 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – The Editorial Staff of the Hillsboro Globe, Editor of the Hillsboro Globe

April 13, 2018

Sirens wailed for two minutes across continents as  millions joined in a moment of silence during the shrill wailing to remember the six million Jews who died during the Holocaust and the world watched as Presidents from several countries stood together in a day of remembrance. Fewer and fewer su...

Mass shootings in public places – are they becoming too common?

Mass shootings in public places - are they becoming too common?

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Editorial Staff

March 25, 2018

  The most common memorial seen on the side of a road generally honors a person(s)  who have died in a car accident. However,  it becoming all to familiar to see images of memorials beside building, on curbs and yes even lining a street to honor those who have died as a result of gun violence. The ...

2018 opens averaging a school shooting that leads to injury every three days

2018 opens averaging a school shooting that leads to injury every three days

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Hillsboro Globe Editorial Staff

February 15, 2018

The school shooting Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at Marjory Stonemason Douglas High School marks the country’s 18th school shooting of 2018, just 45 days into the year. It is the 13th shooting that involved multiple injuries, and the 9th that results in at least one death on a school campus...

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