As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continue to release guidelines and precautions during the spread of COVID-19, many local restaurants are faced with difficult decisions.
The sound of John Deere tractors and tunes such as “Pickup Man” and “John Deere Green” were all part of a special processionorganized by a Nolensville neighborhood Monday evening to remember country star Joe Diffie.
Due to the impacts of COVID-19 in Williamson County, Williamson County Solid Waste will only accept household trash and recycling commodities until further notice.
Going into week three of sheltering at home, social distancing and closed schools and businesses, most families are able to work remotely, focus on creating a fun learning environment for their school-age children and experience the joy of cooking and eating more meals together. But, for vic…
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee announced 25 additional grants this week totaling $904,600 to area nonprofits and organizations helping victims affected by the deadly tornadoes of March 3.
Franklin City Administrator Eric Stuckey announced Thursday the Franklin Parks Department is continually working to stop the spread of COVID-19 and protect the Franklin community by closing some park features.
Mitchell Morrison, a student at Battle Ground Academy, has been named a regional finalist for the 2020 class of the Coca-Cola Scholars Program.
Army Staff Sgt. Andrew Lee spent 10 years on active duty. He was deployed to the Middle East three times with special forces attached to the Green Berets and is now active as a trainer in the National Guard in Smyrna.
If the empty lot on the corner of Columbia Avenue and West Fowlkes Street could talk, it would have a lot to say. It would talk about the cotton it grew in the 1800s on the plantation of Fountain Branch Carter and the wounded and dead bodies strewn on it after the Battle of Franklin on Nov. …
Looking for a reason to get out of the house and do something positive for the community during this time of social isolation? The U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams suggests donating blood. One donation of blood can save up to three lives, he said and blood centers are taking extra precautio…
On Saturday morning around 1 a.m., Liraz Friedman-Pustizzi couldn’t sleep. She was feeling gloomy and depressed by the state of world during the COVID-19 pandemic, with more deaths and closures being reported daily.
To encourage the community to continue supporting local businesses in Brentwood during the COVID-19 pandemic, the city is launching the Open for Takeout initiative.
Several Williamson County residents are spending their days at home creating cloth masks for Williamson Medical Center employees while the hospital tries to conserve supplies.
Local restaurant group A. Marshall Hospitality is launching a drive-thru pantry as residents continue to stay safer at home this week.
School of Rock, a national leader in performance-based music education, has launched virtual, one-on-one music lessons for its 400 students in Nashville and Franklin through its School of Rock Remote program.
While the COVID-19 outbreak continues to evolve, Tennessee’s farms remain an ideal source for fresh and local produce, dairy products and meats.
Friday evening, the cities of Franklin and Brentwood both declared a state of emergency due to the coronavirus, following Gov. Bill Lee’s lead on the state level, calling for restaurants and bars to close their doors to the public. However, locals can still get meals from their favorite hot …