The high school football schedule for Week 6 includes three Williamson County schools hosting Friday night.
NASHVILLE – It’s not much of a secret anymore, but if there’s a little snack distribution late in Sophia DiPaolo’s golf games — watch out.
FRANKLIN – Nolensville High School freshman soccer player Madeline Padelski and Summit senior football player Destin Wade were selected as the Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for the week ending Sept. 12.
The Joy Mission, a nonprofit organization that aims to bring moments of joy to children who have suffered the loss of a parent, recently announced a fundraiser to surprise the family of the late Stephen “Kyle” Anderson with a trip to Walt Disney World this Christmas.
Williamson County’s Class 6A, Region 7 took some beatings in the first two weeks of the high school football season and also turned some heads. The six teams face off for the first time in the newly re-tooled league Friday night.
The Battle of Franklin Trust will unveil a historic marker sponsored by the American Battlefield Trust recognizing the enslaved at Rippavilla who joined the United States Colored Troops in 1863 and 1864.
Senior quarterback Destin Wade and the Summit Spartans rushed right past Henry County on Friday night in the season opener for both teams.
There’s plenty of high school football action locally Friday night, while four Williamson County teams will travel out of the county to begin the 2021 season.
Franklin Tomorrow will return to in-person meetings with its July 27 Breakfast with the Mayors event, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners.
Members of the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force and Spring Hill Police Department recently arrested a Spring Hill man who was indicted on multiple counts of sex crimes against children.
The Spring Station chapter of the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) recently committed to provide 300 hygiene kits to The Well Outreach in Spring Hill throughout the summer to assist with meeting the needs of those the nonprofit serves.
Tennessee Commissioner of Education Penny Schwinn visited Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School District summer learning camps on her tour throughout the state on Tuesday, checking in on how the state-mandated programs were going for the students involved.
Historic preservation, community and beautiful scenery all meet over a cup of coffee at the latest hot spot in Thompson’s Station, making 1819 Coffee a welcoming venue for lone readers, conversationalists, remote workers — even someone just looking for a new friend.
The Spring Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen chose veteran municipal government executive Pamela Caskie as the city’s new administrator Monday evening by a unanimous vote during its regular open meeting.
The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) on Wednesday announced a $321,114 parks and recreation grant for the city of Spring Hill for improvements at two parks.
Dozens gathered inside Nolensville Town Hall Thursday night ahead of the town commission meeting to celebrate Nolensville’s recognition of Juneteenth.
A couple of months ago, I posted a column explaining southerners’ ways of coping with winter snowstorms for those new to our area — you know, yankees and such. In that same spirit of southern hospitality, I am now offering tips on dealing with summer weather and travel in our great state.