The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office to promote “Slow Down Tennessee” to increase awareness of the impacts of speeding on the road.
A veteran educator and administrator has been named the new principal at Chapman's Retreat Elementary School, Williamson County Schools announced Friday.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe announced Friday Ultium Cells LLC, a joint venture of LG Energy Solution and General Motors, will invest more than $2.3 billion to build its second battery cell manufacturing plant in the Unit…
Waves, Inc. celebrated its new location at 1325 W. Main St. in Franklin with a ribbon cutting Thursday in partnership with Williamson, Inc.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee plans to sign a bill requiring school districts to alert parents of any instruction on sexual orientation or gender identity and let them opt their student out.
Williamson County Schools may establish WCS Online as an entity separate from any brick-and-mortar school starting this fall, and the WCS Board of Education held a lengthy discussion during its work session Thursday about the implications of this move.
A legislative assistant for state Rep. Brandon Ogles (R-Franklin) said Thursday the Williamson County state representative has been absent from Tennessee General Assembly meetings over the last couple weeks due to illness.
The Big Payback, Middle Tennessee’s 24-hour online giving event for local nonprofits and organizations, is just a couple weeks away, and about 100 Williamson County organizations are queued up to benefit from the community’s generosity.
Members of the Williamson County Republican Party will gather at 6 p.m. April 22 at the Cool Springs Marriott to elect a chairman, a first, second and third vice chairman, a secretary, an assistant secretary, a treasurer and an assistant treasurer.
On the porch of the Merrill-Williams house, at 264 Natchez St. in Franklin, local attorney Julian Bibb distributed the paperwork for Alma McLemore, president of the African American Heritage Society, and Cassandra Williams Taylor to sign.
Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson signed a proclamation declaring next week, April 18-24, Crime Victims’ Rights Week in the county, coordinating with the nationally recognized dates, to raise awareness to the services and needs of crime victims in Williamson County and beyond.
A new planned subdivision located off Liberty Pike that would create more affordable housing in Franklin was proposed to the city’s board of mayor and aldermen Tuesday.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee is proposing a $100 million, two-week sales tax holiday on restaurants, bars and groceries, as his administration looks to divvy up hundreds of millions of dollars in extra spending due to better-than-expected revenues during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Robbie Beal, a member of the Williamson County Board of Commissioners representing District 10, has resigned from his role on the board, effective immediately.
Early voting begins Wednesday for Brentwood residents, and registered voters are tasked at choosing three of their preferred candidates for the Brentwood Board of Commissioners out of four.
TriStar Bin Cleaning hosted a ribbon cutting with Williamson, Inc. Monday in honor of recently launching its mobile truck that cleans and sanitizes residential or commercial trash bins.
The Franklin Special School District Board of Education honored its school staff of the year during its monthly meeting on Monday, presenting teachers with a bonus for their work.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center is actively enrolling volunteers in an ongoing clinical treatment study for adults with COVID-19.
Spring Hill has spoken — at least, some of Spring Hill — and a new mayor, three new aldermen and one familiar face will take their official seats at City Hall for the next four years.
Franklin Tomorrow gave a preview into its upcoming Civic Index conversations in partnership with the National Civic League during its monthly FrankTalks event on Monday.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee State Library and Archives will host a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of its new 165,000 square foot building.