The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC), city of Franklin and Harpeth River Watershed Association (HWRA) announced today the issuance of a new Aquatic Resource Alteration Permit (ARAP) authorizing water withdrawal from the Harpeth River for Franklin’s water treatment plant, as well as future construction of a new intake structure.
Middle Tennessee families have discovered a new program for their daughters called American Heritage Girls (AHG). AHG is a faith-based character development program for girls Kindergarten through age 18 dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country.
Williamson County Schools Superintendent Dr. Mike Looney is a candidate for the next director of Metro Nashville Public Schools, the development made public earlier today at a MNPS Director Search Committee meeting in Nashville.
Get ready to enjoy the fireworks show you hoped you would see last night in Williamson County.
Members of the Old Glory Chapter of the DAR and the children of the Matthew Fontaine Maury C.A.R. will participate in “Let Freedom Ring” at the Historic Franklin Presbyterian Church on July 4th at 1 p.m.
The Williamson Strong parent group filed a complaint Wednesday in U.S. District Court of Middle Tennessee against the Tennessee Bureau of Ethics and Campaign Finance and its Registry board, claiming violation of free speech.
County’s Budget and Growing Economy among Mayor’s Highlights
Two heart-healthy dishes, steeped with fresh veggies and locally made cheese, were presented to a panel of judges that included, seated, Stacey Kendrick, of Vanderbilt Health, Andy Marshall, of A. Marshall Foods, Pam Horne, of the Williamson Herald, and Scott Karner, of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee. It was all part of the Get Fit Franklin Mayor’s Cook-Off at the Franklin Farmers Market held last weekend. On the back row, from left, Thompson Station Mayor Corey Napier, Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and Chef Mike Martin of Whole Foods Market and Cool Springs gather for a photo after the judges officially split 2-2 to call it a culinary tie.
For the past three years the band 5 Points Swing has been bringing swing back to life and having a ball doing it.
The City of Brentwood is sponsoring its 28th Independence Day Celebration Saturday from 7-10 p.m. at the Eddy Arnold Amphitheater in Crockett Park.
After approving a resolution of separation from Great Britain on July 2, 1776, two days later on July 4, 1776, the Second Continental Congress approved the Declaration of Independence – a document explaining the reason behind the resolution.
Franklin Mayor Dr. Ken Moore announced his plans this week to seek re-election in the Oct. 27 municipal elections.
Mercy Community Healthcare CEO David Winningham met privately with President Barack Obama and a few other Middle Tennessee health professionals Wednesday during the president’s visit to Nashville to discuss the Affordable Care Act.
Community leaders, volunteers and Mayor Rogers Anderson joined forces this morning to kick off the "Make it a Million" campaign to increase circulation in the county's library system by 15 percent over the next year.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting sobriety roadside safety checkpoints for the Fourth of July weekend beginning Thursday, July 2.
The City of Franklin has been awarded an $18,000 grant from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) to help fund lighting upgrades in the 2nd Ave. Parking Garage.
Graceworks Ministries recently selected new officers to serve on its board of directors with Tom Miller, serving as president.
The county commission education committee approved 3-1 an intent to fund $10.1 million for the construction of theaters at Fairview High and Page and Heritage middle schools.
On the eve of the centennial anniversary of the National Park Service, the head of the country’s park system, Jon Jarvis, spoke Sunday morning at the Embassy Suites when the 15th National Scenic and Historic Trails Conference kicked off.
Elected county and school officials Saturday brainstormed on different ways to accommodate the consistent growth in Williamson County Schools, eventually proposing a county-wide growth summit this fall.