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The Brentwood High School and Page High wrestling teams collected dual wins in a pair of all-Williamson County battles Tuesday.
Griffin Burke scored 13 and the Brentwood High School boys basketball team collected a District 11-AAA victory in a defensive battle Tuesday in Brentwood.
A new clinic in Nolensville run by Williamson Medical Center affiliates Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee and Williamson Medical Group opened Monday at 7216 Nolensville Rd.
The Franklin High School wrestling team picked up a pair of wins on Tuesday against visiting Ravenwood and Dickson County.
The Brentwood and Nolensville High School volleyball teams each had three players honored as Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State honorees as announced this week.
This past year wreaked havoc, that’s for sure. It was a painful one for so many, both globally and within Williamson County. But in addition to and sometimes because of the tragedies that occurred, area residents also saw rays of hope.
The Tennessee Sports Writers Association rolled out its high school football All-State teams for the 2020 season this week and 11 Williamson County players from Division I schools were represented, including four Brentwood seniors.
Anyone looking for last-minute Christmas meal additions are in luck, as numerous area restaurants and bakeries will be open for a limited time today — yes, on Christmas Eve.
FRANKLIN – Reed Kemp and the Franklin High School boys basketball team pieced together an overwhelming surge in the third quarter Monday night. The senior point guard said he hopes the Admirals can build on that kind of play and eventually make a deep postseason run.
Spring Hill City Administrator Victor Lay has been announced as Nolensville’s new town manager, the third person to hold that position since February.
The Centennial High School boys bowling team and the Franklin girls bowling team both earned District 9 titles on Thursday as Tusculum Strike & Spare in Nolensville.
The Nolensville Food Pantry is allowing the community to “adopt” families in need during the holiday season, providing not only food but gift cards for Christmas as well.
Keidron Batey scored a layup with less than a second to play to lift the Nolensville High School boys basketball team to a 56-54 win over visiting Independence Tuesday in Nolensville.
While one local family watches their own child fight for his life in the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt NICU this holiday season, they’ve seen a need to help others.
Facilitating impactful change sounds to most like a lofty goal, but two local high school students are encouraging young people — and adults — that by focusing on their local communities, they can be a part of a global movement to keep the planet clean.
The Summit High School wrestling team kicked off the 2020 season with a pair of wins Tuesday in Franklin.
NOLENSVILLE – It was an ill wind that blew through Nolensville High School Friday night as defending Class 4A champions Elizabethton rolled up more than 500 yards of offense and ended the Knights season with a 56-21 win in the state semifinals.