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As COVID-19 numbers continue to rise in Tennessee, the state is beginning to see a major increase of positive cases within the elderly population, including those in Williamson County.
The city of Brentwood received confirmation on Monday, March 30 that an employee in the Brentwood Planning and Codes Department tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The sound of John Deere tractors and tunes such as “Pickup Man” and “John Deere Green” were all part of a special processionorganized by a Nolensville neighborhood Monday evening to remember country star Joe Diffie.
In compliance with Gov. Bill Lee's request, Battle Ground Academy announced Friday that it will extend its school campus closures through April 24 while continuing its classes online via an eLearning platform.
Franklin City Administrator Eric Stuckey announced Thursday the Franklin Parks Department is continually working to stop the spread of COVID-19 and protect the Franklin community by closing some park features.
On Wednesday, March 25, at 7:09 p.m., Brentwood Police were dispatched to Crockett Road near Witherspoon Drive on a report of a crash involving a vehicle and a bicyclist.
"Where everybody knows your name, And they’re always glad you came; You want to be where people know troubles are all the same; You want to be where everybody knows your name.”
Cool Café and Miss Daisy’s Kitchen, restaurant neighbors and friends, are combining efforts to ride out the COVID-19 storm together to continue providing top quality food to their beloved community.
Army Staff Sgt. Andrew Lee spent 10 years on active duty. He was deployed to the Middle East three times with special forces attached to the Green Berets and is now active as a trainer in the National Guard in Smyrna.
If the empty lot on the corner of Columbia Avenue and West Fowlkes Street could talk, it would have a lot to say. It would talk about the cotton it grew in the 1800s on the plantation of Fountain Branch Carter and the wounded and dead bodies strewn on it after the Battle of Franklin on Nov. …
Seniors Mikayla Fantine of Summit and Evan Drennan of Brentwood were chosen as the latest John Maher Builders Scholar-Athletes of the 2019-20 school year.
The newly-named Simmons Bank Open for the Snedeker Foundation will have to wait until 2021 to officially debut.
Grant Teichmann was enjoying a rare break late in his rookie basketball season overseas earlier this month. The former Brentwood High School star was vacationing in Turkey before the long postseason haul.
After canceling classes and board meetings for the rest of the week, the Williamson County School district addressed some of parents’ questions through a Facebook Live video, addressing school closures and the spread of coronavirus in the area.
Mary Kay Independent Sales Director Janis Onstott of Brentwood, Tennessee has earned the use of the exclusive Mary Kay pink Cadillac, an iconic symbol of success, the most coveted incentive awarded by Mary Kay.
This year’s annual veterans breakfast, hosted by the Williamson County Republican Party, was the largest yet, with nearly 200 veterans and family members attending the event at the Embassy Suites in Cool Springs.
Franklin’s 19th annual Veterans Day parade was, unofficially, the city’s largest parade to date thanks in part to Monday’s warm temperatures and overcast skies, which held off a looming front that brought with it snowfall and frigid conditions.
Concert lovers can help feed the hungry and get their own treat at this year’s Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival Sept. 21 and 22 at The Park at Harlinsdale in Franklin.
After its first day of school on Wednesday, Battle Ground Academy held their annual convocation Friday morning, where they introduced new students, and faculty members gave a charge for the new school year.
Mid-Cumberland Human Resource Agency’s Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program is actively recruiting for volunteers in the Williamson County area.