Williamson County resident Jimmy Franks was installed as the 2019 President of the Home Builders Association of Tennessee (HBAT) at the organization’s annual dinner on Saturday, Nov. 10.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam announced Thursday Tennessee Department of Education Commissioner Candice McQueen will leave state service in January to become the CEO of the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching (NIET), a non-profit organization that helps states, districts, and schools …
The city of Brentwood lost one of its most beloved citizens on Tuesday, Nov. 13, as Peggy Sain Howell passed away after a courageous battle with ALS. The lyrics of Frank Sinatra’s song “I Did It My Way” could best describe how Howell faced her diagnosis and impending death — she truly did it…
Gov. Bill Haslam and Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe announced Tuesday that Amazon will invest over $230 million to establish a new Operations Center of Excellence in downtown Nashville.
Despite unprecedented success in record-breaking ACT scores, high achievement test scores and championship sports teams, some students suffer in Williamson County.
The Brentwood City Commission unanimously voted to move forward with “phase two” of developing final design plans for a new Brentwood Police Department headquarters that would be located at 910 Heritage Way.
For all practical matters, officials with Williamson County Schools can now get down to business with their plans to launch an entrepreneurial program for students in the district’s 10 high schools.
According to Franklin city administrator Eric Stuckey, construction bidding for the Mack Hatcher Northwest Extension project will begin Dec. 7 after a project delay due to the state’s decision to re-designate a piece of property.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Gov. Bill Haslam said Tuesday that an Amazon operations hub expected to create 5,000 jobs in Tennessee will be "the single largest jobs commitment made by a company in Tennessee's history."
Rep. Charles Sargent, R-Franklin, known as a champion for education, state budget mastermind and supporter of preservation, passed away during the early morning hours at his home Tuesday, Nov. 13 after battling a long illness.
Columbia State Community College’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development is offering the “Clinical Medical Assistant” program at the Williamson Campus beginning March 4.
Franklin City Administrator Eric Stuckey released a statement Monday stating the city acknowledges that Dr. Mike Looney, Williamson County director of schools, acted appropriately during a student’s psychological incident at Franklin High School in February that ultimately led to his arrest.
The annual Veterans Parade, a joint effort by the City of Franklin and WAKM-AM radio, marched on today despite consistent rain. However, the spirit of respect and honor was not dampened.
Even though a heavy mist descended upon the Veterans Parade Monday, hundreds of supporters lined Main Street to celebrate those who fight and have fought for freedom for the United States.
A crowd of about 750 filled the Music City Center’s Davidson Ballroom Nov. 9 at a luncheon to honor Room In The Inn founder Charles Strobel as he received the Joe Kraft Humanitarian Award.
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Brentwood-Franklin and Murfreesboro will be holding the sixth annual conclusion drive for Fill-A-Truck for Thanksgiving on Nov. 15 and 16.
High Hopes Development Center in Franklin held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting Thursday, celebrating its new 14,000 sq. ft. facility that will now serve more special needs children on an expanded campus.
At the Williamson Inc. Annual Celebration last week, the organization highlighted its accomplishments throughout the year and hosted President and Chief Operating Officer Mike Cairnes of Kirkland’s home décor retailer as the keynote speaker.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County announced Senator Bill and Tracy Frist as Ball Chairs for the 46thannual Heritage Ball, to be held at Eastern Flank Battlefield Park on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019.
Surrounded by more than 50 members of his large family Tuesday night, Governor-elect Bill Lee stood before a packed crowd of avid supporters in Liberty Hall at The Factory at Franklin, where he thanked supporters and outlined his vision for Tennessee.
Republicans held their ground in Williamson County in all races as Franklin businessman Bill Lee won the governor's race with 60 percent of the vote statewide, while U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R, prevailed (54.6 percent) over Democrat Phil Bredesen, a former two-term governor, for the U.S. …