Kimberly Williams Paisley was the guest speaker at the Alzheimer’s Association of Tennessee’s Day on the Hill luncheon last week in Nashville.
A fire that broke out at an unoccupied pediatric clinic just before 9 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 21, was extinguished by the building’s automatic fire sprinkler system.
Last year, Williamson County used nearly three and a half times more blood than it donated, and Williamson Medical Center’s sole blood supplier is forming a local advisory board to help raise awareness.
The city of Franklin sent a notice to all of its residents Friday about a section of its water line violating a federal drinking water standard due to a disinfection byproduct, but because of the isolated area and limited time of exposure, the city does not foresee any public health issues r…
The city of Brentwood held a public open house Thursday for citizens to learn more and voice their thoughts about three possible options for adding bike lanes along both sides of Granny White pike.
As part of an annual celebration of Black History Month, Freedom Middle School will honor two local African Americans during the Monroe and Mary Booker Awards for Leadership and Service on Friday, Feb. 28, at 1 p.m. at the school.
While voter participation in presidential primaries tends to run low nationwide, Williamson County’s five-day early voting total has inched ahead of the turnout in 2016, though the numbers remain miniscule.
Thanks to the generosity of its donors, The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee had proudly announced a major milestone: $1 billion in giving to nonprofits across the 40 counties of Middle Tennessee and beyond since its inception 29 years ago.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee would be the first state in the nation to hold a presidential primary, freeing it from having to compete for attention on Super Tuesday, under a new bill.
Paul Bizier (PE, D.WRE, F.EWRI, F.ASCE) was recently announced as the Environmental and Water Resources Institute (EWRI) Lifetime Achievement Award winner.
Leadership Brentwood, a program to educate Brentwood area residents and others about the city and its leadership, is accepting applications through June 12 for the Class of 2021.
Williamson County Schools high-schoolers have once again broken the district record for the highest number of National Merit Finalists, and two schools have their first ever.
The long process of updating the Williamson County Comprehensive Land Use Plan is ending as county planners released a new draft to the public this week, prioritizing rural and historic preservation as well as road and public service planning.
An announcement to bring broadband internet access to rural communities in Middle Tennessee was made on Thursday at Battle Mountain Farm off of Arno Allisona Road in College Grove.
Just a month and a half into 2020, the polls are already open in Tennessee for the presidential primary election, and Williamson County voter turnout is lower so far than the 2016 election.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Spirit Airlines officials announced Thursday the company will relocate its Operations Control Center (OCC) from Miramar, Florida, to Williamson County.
Williamson Medical Center has been recognized as No. 1 in the market for medical excellence in heart attack treatment for 2020 by CareChex®, an information service of Quantros, Inc.
For most, buying a bouquet of flowers is reserved for Valentine’s Day and other special occasions, but for one Williamson County resident, flowers are part of an everyday routine to remember his wife.
Inside their sunlight-filled brick home in the Forrest Crossing subdivision, Heather and Bryan Doleshel laugh when they talk about how they met in their 20s, years before their move from Southern California to Franklin.