Thought for the week — God attends to our EVERY need.
In the most recent Maxpreps girls’ soccer national poll, Williamson County programs Franklin and Ravenwood were ranked Nos. 1 and 2.
The award-winning Williamson Herald High School Football Media Guide will be released Thursday with the Aug. 16 edition of the newspaper.
Schools in the Williamson County Schools system opened their doors Friday for the start of the 2018-19 school year. Some 40,500 students made their way to 48 schools across the county for a half-day start, and they'll get into the full swing of things Monday. The Williamson Herald traveled t…
Hundreds of students across Williamson County have the school supplies they need after stopping by the Big Backpack Giveaways in Franklin, Fairview and Bethesda.
Nashville - William Wirt Courtney, IV, of Nashville, born July 30, 1952 to William Wirt Courtney, III and Cleo Watson Courtney in Franklin, died Wednesday, May 16, 2018, at the age of 65, following a brief illness.
When Kaleigh Bottom’s triple sent Kayla Mills and Frances Horn, running for Hannah Koenig, scurrying across the plate with two out, no one at the Summit High School softball field Friday afternoon ever thought the two runs would be enough to win the District 11-AAA championship.
Oh, dog, Mom and I are back from our trip to Jekyll Island, Ga. I thoroughly enjoyed myself, especially since Mattie was not with us. We stayed at the Jekyll Island Club and it is top notch.
Page’s Ryley Marlin smashed a stand-up triple, the third in two innings for the Lady Patriots, and Delaney Porter followed with sharp single to left to seal a 7-6 come-from-behind victory over Spring Hill Tuesday at Summit High School.
The Golden Tickets have been handed out and the 2017-18 WILLCO Finalists have been named. The finalists for the annual red carpet event celebrating Williamson County Schools student-athletes was released Wednesday afternoon.
County coaches and athletic directors are taking few chances with weather in the early part of spring sports season, posting changes early Tuesday for contests scheduled for today.
The District 11-AAA basketball tournament shoots into full swing Friday night with eight first round games, four on the girls’ side and four on the boys’, with the winners converging on Franklin High School Saturday for what may be the best day of basketball every year.
It took an extra game, but Centennial’s Lady Cougars and the Independence Eagles have locked in the final spots in the District 11-AAA tourney that opens on the courts of high seeds Friday night.
Dozens of Williamson County wrestlers will join more than 700 others and descend upon Franklin and the Williamson County Ag Expo Center Thursday through Saturday for the TSSAA State Wrestling Championships.
Thought for the week — We show God’s love when we are willing to help others; we show His strength when we take on the task He gives us to do.