Lillie Mae Chester Martin, age 93, of Columbia, Tenn., passed away Dec. 29, 2019.
George Engles Jones, age 77, of Triune, Tenn. passed away suddenly Saturday Dec. 21, 2019. George was born in Williamson County to the late Bernard Jones and Helen Engles Jones. He was a 1960 graduate of Franklin High School and attended MTSU. George was a retired Commodity Broker, member of…
The 2019 Williamson County Swim Championships were held at the Brentwood Indoor Complex on Friday, Dec. 13, 2019. Full results from the meet can be found by clicking here.
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.
Facing the distractions of Homecoming, rain, the third starting quarterback of the season and hosting the undefeated fourth-ranked team in Class 4A, Franklin could have folded early. For Nolensville, battling Williamson County’s “Flagship,” a storied Class 6A squad, it would have been easy t…
Ravenwood head football coach Matt Daniels and assistant coach Ryan Fowler have been suspended by the Williamson County Schools system pending an investigation into published reports that Fowler put on pads and practiced with the team, resulting in an injury to a player.
With Ravenwood holding a slim 54-47 lead over and explosive Pulaski Academy of Little Rock, Arkansas with just over a minute left in the game, Raptors coach Matt Daniels faced a tough decision – which player to call out to ring the traditional Victory Bell. Quarterback Brian Garcia and his f…
At Green Grove Primitive Baptist Church in Triune, each year is a year to celebrate and remember the church’s rich history, and each year, the congregation hosts a celebration to do just that.
Several hundred men, women and children braved the heat Monday morning and filled Veterans Park at Five Points to recognize, remember and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms.
The faces change every year, but the excitement of recognizing student athletes never gets old for John Maher, whose business, John Maher Builders, has sponsored a countywide scholar-athlete program for 13 years.
Williamson County’s end of year coaching carousel continued to turn this week with the resignation of softball coaches Dawn Hale at Page and Lindsey Consiglio at Franklin.
Mid-Cumberland Human Resource Agency’s Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program is actively recruiting for volunteers in the Williamson County area.
When Nolensville girls’ basketball coach Chris Ladd was asked how upsetting the top team in Class AA in the state and previously unbeaten East Nashville Saturday night, he couldn’t contain the smile on his face.
Nolensville scored 20 points in the first period, then needed nearly 24 more to post the Lady Knights last 22 in a 42-31 win over Franklin Friday afternoon in the semifinals of the Middle Tennessee Invitational Tournament at the loser’s gym.
Franklin will face Nolensville and East Nashville takes on Rossview Friday in the girls semifinals of the Middle Tennessee Invitational Tournament at Franklin High School. The four teams all won their opening games on Thursday.
Last year’s loss to Father Ryan was on Brian Garcia’s mind when he stepped to the line on the first play of Friday night’s rematch with the Irish. The memory disappeared when he hit a streaking Andrew Mason down the left sideline for a 64-yard touchdown and a lead that was never challenged.