Myrabel Theobald turned 100 on Jan. 15 at the Fountains of Franklin assisted living facility in Franklin, and staff and residents celebrated Friday with some recognition from local leaders before a big family gathering on her birthday.
Leftover snow and ice from Sunday’s snowstorm has caused Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School district to close Tuesday, both districts announced Monday afternoon.
The Westhaven Foundation, a philanthropic nonprofit organization run by residents at Southern Land Company’s Westhaven community in Franklin, recently presented Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt a check for $30,000 raised at the 15th annual Concert 4 The Cure.
The Williamson County Schools Board of Education heard presentations on school library book selection and removal procedures at a work session Thursday evening.
The Brentwood Fire & Rescue Department will offer free cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) classes at the John P. Holt Brentwood Library during the month of February.
Editor's note: This story was originally published Jan. 12 and updated on Jan. 14 to include updated COVID-19 data from Williamson Medical Center and Tennessee Department of Health.
A 17-year-old was arrested on Jan. 13 in Franklin after driving into Centennial High School in what Williamson County Schools said was an “act of vandalism.”
Julie Davis has been promoted to building manager for Five Points Properties in downtown Franklin, announced Karen Cochran, owner of Five Points Properties.
Half Way Market & Diner, a haven for Williamson County residents from all walks of life, finally reopened Monday at a new location on Franklin’s West Main Street.
Williamson, Inc. will host Disney Institute: Disney’s Approach to Business Excellence, a professional development opportunity for local business leaders, on Feb. 3.
The Williamson County Board of Commissioners received verbal reports from three heads of county offices at its first monthly meeting of 2022 Monday evening.
The Brentwood Noon Rotary Club announced it will host the 17th annual Little Harpeth River Cleanup on Saturday, Feb. 5, and volunteers are needed.
The Franklin Special School District Board of Education held its first meeting of 2022 Monday and celebrated good news and a proclamation.
Historic First Missionary Baptist Church in Franklin and its community partners have announced the Martin Luther King Jr. Day event, “Where Do We Go from Here?”
After postponing in 2021, organizers of the annual Art from the Heart fundraiser for Art Helps Cancer have decided to host an online art auction this year with a chance to view 60 pieces in person at Happenchance Social Lounge in Nolensville.
Osso VR, a leading virtual reality-based surgical training company based in San Francisco, announced Dr. Cory Calendine, M.D., an orthopedic surgeon at the Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee in Franklin, has officially joined the company’s clinical advisory board.