The Republican Women of Williamson County held a luncheon Wednesday with keynote speaker Tennessee First Lady Maria Lee.
Franklin detective Darren Barnes, a Williamson County native, began his 27-year career with the city of Franklin in 1992 as a police dispatcher, reserve police officer and volunteer firefighter. He'll end that career when he retires Friday.
Williamson Medical Center recently announced an expansion and renovation of its Breast Health Center that serves thousands of patients each year.
Anyone has the capacity for sympathy, but empathy requires a powerful connection — the experience of having stood right where someone is standing now.
For nearly 10 years, Darrell Waltrip has been recognizing everyday Williamson Countians for doing extraordinary things with the Darrell Waltrip Automotive Hometown Heroes Award, and a double ceremony on Wednesday marked the 98th and 99th awards since the program’s start.
On the evening of Dec. 6, guests wandered into the new Harpeth Hotel in downtown Franklin looking for a place to grab a bite to eat before braving the crowd of thousands gathered for the annual Christmas tree lighting.
An increase in traffic congestion and subsequent private paid lots in downtown Franklin has not exactly made for a parking lot party, according to many residents and visitors.
Skanska, one of the world’s leading construction and project development groups, has spearheaded the revitalization of Mimi’s Room, which through Williamson County Juvenile Court provides a safe sanctuary for children that were facing some of the worst days of their lives.
High Hopes Development Center staff recently dedicated an occupational therapy room on the campus to Elliott Grace “Ellie G” Castro with funds raised after her unexpected passing.
As the weather dances around the freezing point throughout the county, schools are taking extra precautions and letting students out a little early Tuesday, Dec. 10.
Brentwood city commissioners on Monday unanimously approved the purchase of 16 license plate reader cameras that will be posted at four locations around the city to help solve crime.
Rep. Mark Green was recently selected Legislator of the Year by the American Freedom Fund, a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering active duty, reserve and separated service members.
The Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry has announced 17 appointments to its 54-member board of directors for 2020, and a Franklin native was named chair.
Firefighter recruits from three Middle Tennessee departments graduated from the Franklin Fire Department Firefighter Training Academy in a badge pinning ceremony Dec. 6 at the Eastern Flank Event Facility.
Construction of the new Crossings Circle North Bridge in Spring Hill is complete, and city officials will officially open the bridge with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday.
As Franklin increasingly becomes a melting pot of people coming from around the country for work opportunities, hobbyists with a taste for the outdoors and thrills can now find respite in the center of Cool Springs at the first public mountain bike trail in the city.