As the first day of school approaches with mixed community feedback concerning Williamson County Schools’ health and wellness guidelines, Superintendent Jason Golden reiterated this week that the district intends to start the year with masks encouraged rather than required.
The rides are set up; vendors’ booths are ready; culinary, creative arts and agriculture displays are getting the finishing touches; and the fairgrounds is receiving one more cleaning. On Friday at 5:30 p.m., a ribbon-cutting ceremony will officially open the 17th Williamson County Fair at t…
Franklin natives Maurice Pope, owner of Moe Better BBQ & Fish, and Fred Curll, owner of So Smooth Soul Food, are partnering to host a fundraiser for the Merrill-Williams house in Franklin.
Unity PPE, a women-owned business headquartered in Brentwood, recently donated approximately 10,000 microfiber cloth masks in various colors to Williamson County Schools.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, the parent company of the Franklin Theatre, will host a night of celebration Saturday, Aug. 7, for the 10-year anniversary since the rehabilitation and reopening of the historic theater.
Mill Creek Brewing Co. is partnering with a local resident and a Brentwood restaurant to bring Indian food to Nolensville for the town’s first Indian Food Fest.
Saturday was a hot, sultry, Tennessee summer day, but that didn’t deter owners of 161 vehicles who braved the heat to support the first Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1140 Car Show.
One of the hottest days of the summer didn’t stop about three dozen people from braving the heat and bright, sunny skies to attend the local End Slavery Tennessee annual Red Sand Project at St. Philip Catholic Church on July 29.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The first Tennessee state-level data showing student academic achievement since the COVID-19 pandemic began shows declines in proficiency through all subjects and grades, Gov. Bill Lee's office said.
Tamale Joe’s, a Mexican food restaurant that specializes in tamales, held a ribbon cutting at its new Franklin location Monday in partnership with Williamson, Inc.
The Tennessee Department of Education released drafted guidance concerning a new law that prohibits certain concepts in Tennessee curriculum, known to some as the anti-critical-race-theory law.
Four physicians at Williamson Medical Center sent a letter to the Williamson County Schools Board of Education on Saturday, asking for mandatory masks while indoors during the school year and more.
After a long postponement due to COVID-19, Columbia State Community College announced its 19th First Farmers Performance Series season’s roster with a variety of artists.
Tennessee Wildlife Federation, one of the largest and oldest nonprofits dedicated to conserving the state’s wildlife and natural resources, has opened submissions for its wildlife and landscape photo contest.
Columbia State Community College’s Pryor Art Gallery will feature the artwork of local artists Dean Shelton, Darryl Steele and Bill Brinson in the “An Awakening of Colors” exhibit, the gallery’s first in-person exhibit in over a year.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A group of Tennessee Senate Republicans are urging the public to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, a move that comes as case numbers are beginning to once again climb throughout the state.
Financial Marketing Solutions (FMS), a Franklin-based full-service branding and marketing agency for banks, announced that Sean Hockenbery, Amber Farley, Clark Hook and Zach Pannell have assumed ownership of the agency.
Tennessee’s Ag Tag license plate hit the streets 25 years ago, and thanks to citizens who support agriculture in this way, 2021 has been a record-breaking year.