Westhaven Golf Club in Franklin announced Wednesday it will reopen to member play on Friday, Sept. 24, following a five-month greens renovation and enhancement project.
Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival is returning this weekend after a yearlong hiatus, and the city of Franklin is expecting around 25,000 attendees funneling into The Park at Harlinsdale Farm for the event.
Clovercroft Elementary made history recently by being the first Williamson County elementary school to receive multiple National Blue Ribbon School honors.
The 2020 U.S. Census numbers have rolled in, and members of the Tennessee General Assembly are beginning the decennial redistricting process in which Williamson County is set to receive part of a fourth state House district and part of a second state Senate district.
District Attorney General Kim R. Helper, the first woman to serve in the position for the 21st Judicial District, announced Monday her plans to seek re-election to the position in the upcoming 2022 election.
The Franklin Special School District Board of Education extended its mask requirement for students, staff and visitors in all school buildings into next year during its meeting Monday.
The Williamson County Schools Board of Education voted to extend the districtwide mask requirement for students, staff and visitors through Jan. 19 of 2022 during its meeting on Monday.
Governor Bill Lee invited Tennesseans on Monday to “Rate the Plates” and help choose the state’s next standard license plate by selecting their favorite design at www.tn.gov/ratetheplates.
Williamson County Board of Education member Brad Fiscus officially notified the county of his plans to resign this month, and the county mayor’s office has begun the process of filling the soon-to-be-vacant seat.
Two Williamson County families filed a complaint against Gov. Bill Lee, the Williamson County Schools Board of Education and the Franklin Special School District on Friday, claiming that they have “placed the lives of medically vulnerable children who have disabilities under the [Americans w…
Williamson County began the process of redrawing its district lines Thursday night, and while the population has grown all over the county, a recent boom in Nolensville will be one of the major drivers of change.
Five community organizations will band together Monday to present a candidate forum for those seeking office in the Oct. 26 city of Franklin election.
The city of Franklin is reviewing its Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) as part of a larger coordinated effort to update the Williamson County Growth Plan, and the Planning and Sustainability Department will facilitate a series of community meetings to review the working draft of the UGB and gathe…
Reported active COVID-19 cases are dropping in Williamson County Schools, and Superintendent Jason Golden said he believes the district should keep doing what it’s doing.
A former Williamson County Sheriff’s Office deputy was arrested by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Thursday on a charge of official misconduct.
A Ravenwood High School student is in the running for $400,000 in prizes, some of which would be poured back into the community, and she’s calling on local residents to help.
After a pilot in 2019, Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival will bring back its Sunday Service this year, inviting the community for an hour and a half of “rousing worship” to kick off day two of the festival.
Those who visit Margaret Martin’s home on Third Avenue have likely been invited to sit with her on the screened-in back porch for a glass of her homemade sweet tea.
Retired Williamson County Register of Deeds Sara D. “Sadie” Wade, 80, died on Sept. 12. She is survived by her husband of 60 years, Don Wade; sons Berry Don Wade and Jeff Wade; granddaughter, Katy Wade; nieces and nephews Kelly and Ricky Duff and Karen and Robert Ledbetter; great-nieces Pipe…
The Hard Bargain Association had a lot to celebrate during its 16th annual Celebration Dinner, including the ongoing construction of the historic neighborhood’s newest home and continued progress towards a new affordable housing development: The Hill project.