The Brentwood chapter for End Slavery Tennessee will host a benefit dinner at the Brentwood Country Club on Saturday, Sept. 7 at 6:30 p.m.
Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson has kept himself busy recently with projects in nearly every nook and cranny of the county government, but he took an hour of his Friday to talk money at the Williamson, Inc. Legislative Update.
With 30 days left in the countdown to the fifth annual Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival, the artist schedule has been announced for the jam-packed weekend of entertainment, which will take place Sept. 21-22 at The Park at Harlinsdale in historic downtown Franklin.
Nearly 600 supporters of Franklin’s treasured public park system gathered at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm with a lot to celebrate at the eighth annual Raise the Roofs event.
A local affiliate of Vietnam Veterans of America recently received certification from the state and the national chapters of VVA and proceeded to organize a five-member board of directors and a slate of officers.
Two books from the special collections section of the Williamson County Public Library’s main branch are on permanent loan to the Battle of Franklin Trust and will be available for perusal at historic Carnton Mansion.
Radio host and political commentator Steve Gill currently faces a $170,000 bond after he was booked into the Williamson County Jail Tuesday for failure to pay child support to his ex-wife.
The 14th Annual Concert 4 The Cure (C4TC) is positioned to be one of the event’s most memorable, with an exciting mix of popular bands, an extensive silent auction, great food and the promise of raising tens of thousands of dollars for pediatric cancer research at Monroe Carell Jr., Children…
For almost four years, 216 Noah Drive in Franklin has been the place where Mantra Artisan Ales created and served culinary-inspired beers and made a name for itself.
A group of Brentwood volunteers with End Slavery Tennessee organized an expert panel to discuss the topic of human trafficking on Monday.
Many community members, elected officials and bank staff were on hand for Renasant Bank’s ribbon cutting on Tuesday morning in downtown Franklin.
Williamson County School District Superintendent Jason Golden is revamping his “Let’s Meet” sessions to answer parents’ questions in person and online, all in the name of putting students first.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office will work to make the roads safe for those who are traveling in the county during the Labor Day weekend.
Effective Jan. 1, 2020, Williamson County will accept plastics #1 and #2 only in the mixed plastic recycling bin at all county convenience centers and recycling drop-offs.
The Professional Insurance Agents of Tennessee awarded Ryan McKinney, of John M. Green Insurance of Franklin, as the 2019 Young Insurance Professional of the Year Award.
High Hopes Development Center received a disbursement grant from Governor Bill Lee’s discretionary budget during a special check presentation on Friday, Aug. 16.
FRANKLIN, Tenn. (AP) — The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Tennessee division, has filed a complaint with the state Historical Commission alleging City of Franklin employees improperly removed six Civil War markers.
As the city of Franklin continues to tweak the zoning ordinance, city officials and contractors are reaching out to the public asking for input on how they want their city to look.
After its first day of school on Wednesday, Battle Ground Academy held their annual convocation Friday morning, where they introduced new students, and faculty members gave a charge for the new school year.
After a short, one-month summer break, the Williamson County Schools Board of Education reconvened for the first time this academic year for a work session Thursday, focusing on school safety and construction updates.
With the release of the 2019 TNReady scores, the Franklin Special School District has again demonstrated that its students are flying high, achieving a composite score of 5, the highest that can be earned.
State Sen. Jack Johnson’s annual Boots & Jeans, BBQ & Beans is always a unique combination of community party and political fundraiser with plenty of great food from Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint and interesting political guest speakers.