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Williamson County Schools is facing an uptick in quarantine numbers this week, while confirmed positive COVID-19 case numbers remain relatively consistent with last week.
The Sondra Morris & Robert N. Moore Jr. ’52 Center for Arts and Entrepreneurship at Battle Ground Academy is almost ready for its first students, though it may not look like it yet.
Five Williamson County citizens spoke during the Williamson County Schools Board of Education meeting Monday, asking the board and the district to take action to improve WCS culture and structure regarding issues of race.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and ICON Clinical Research, Inc. officials announced Tuesday the company will expand its Brentwood research operations.
Morning Pointe Senior Living has administered the COVID-19 vaccine to over one-third of its 35 senior communities across the Southeast through a partnership with CVS Pharmacy.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — As their state faced one of its toughest months of the pandemic, Tennesseans watched Gov. Bill Lee's rare primetime address to see whether new public restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus might be coming.
Tennessee Wildlife Federation, one of the largest and oldest nonprofits dedicated to conserving the state’s wildlife and natural resources, is taking nominations for its 56th annual Conservation Achievement Awards.
Tucker’s House in Franklin recently received the Tennessee Governor’s Award for Excellence from the Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives.
Brentwood-based Reliant Bank was recently named 2020 Service Supplier of the Year by the Mississippi Manufactured Housing Association (MMHA), a trade group representing retailers, service suppliers and manufacturers.
Franklin attorney and author John J. Hollins Jr. was recently named the 2021 Tennessee Family Lawyer of the Year by the national publication Best Lawyers in America.
The Nashville Business Journal recently announced Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorney Rebecca McKelvey Castañeda has been named to the 2021 list of 40 Under 40.
Northwood Ravin has hired six new employees to form its residential team at McEwen Northside, the 45-acre mixed-use environment offering fully integrated commercial, retail, residential and green spaces in Cool Springs.
From children and adults virtual programming to valuable classes for college funding, gentle yoga for health and an in-person blood drive, there is something for everyone over the next week at the John P. Holt Brentwood Library.
During the Williamson County Schools Board of Education’s first work session of the year on Thursday, Superintendent Jason Golden gave the board a rather comprehensive update on where the district is at, including discussion about the Tennessee General Assembly’s special session, vaccines an…
After opening its doors at the beginning of the school year, Legacy Middle School held a virtual ribbon-cutting ceremony last week to celebrate the newest addition to the Williamson County School District.
The Heritage Foundation will hold its 37th annual Main Street Festival on July 17-18 in response to health and government safety updates based on the COVID-19 pandemic, announced Heritage Foundation CEO Bari Beasley.
Thanks to a grant from the Williamson County Library Foundation, the walls in the children’s section of each of the six branches of the Williamson County Library system have been spruced up with unique murals created by Marin Brennan.
Karen Cobb, her two young daughters, Ashlyn Grace, 10, and Linda-Lu, 4, joined Wayne Weaver, Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury COO, on Saturday afternoon for a limousine ride.
Tennessee State Parks had an economic impact of $1.84 billion in Tennessee in 2020 and welcomed 34.7 million visits, according to a report done for the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.
Greg McGee and Ryan Moore, principals at Franklin’s Retirement Solutions Group Inc., surprised a Columbia woman at a special celebration on Tuesday by paying her rent for the next year.