Early voting began this week for the City of Franklin Municipal General Election, which includes the election of four At Large seats on the eight-member Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen in Positions A, B. C, and D. as well as the election of the mayor for the City of Franklin.
The Lampo Group, otherwise known as the Dave Ramsey Show, has purchased property in the Berry Farms area to build new structures, which will house the company’s technical services division. The buildings will be used for the transfer of all of the Dave Ramsey products from analog to digital and for the creation of future digital pieces.
The atmosphere in the heart of Brentwood has changed over the past several months as business upon business has opened in the new City Park development off Franklin Road, offering new restaurant and retail options for residents.
In recent weeks, a few parents of Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School District (FSSD) seventh graders have expressed concern about the teaching of Islam during social studies classes.
The members of the local rescue teams that were deployed to South Carolina after the rainfall and flooding throughout the state, have been busy, according to Sharon Puckett, Williamson County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) spokesperson.
The final fall edition of Williamson County School’s “Let’s Talk Schools” will take place Thursday, Oct. 8, at Summit High School in Spring Hill. School officials and school board members attend the event and talk to parents and others concerned about pertinent topics facing schools.
Six candidates for Franklin Board of Mayor and Alderman shared their views regarding such issues as transportation, affordable housing and the Mack Hatcher extension at the first candidate forum hosted by WAKM 950 and the Williamson Herald this week.
The Williamson County Republican Party’s on-air announcement last week to endorse Steven Undercoffer for Alderman at Large led to a rather heated exchange on Tuesday between incumbent Alderman at Large Pearl Bransford and WCPR Chairman Julie Taleghani during a forum broadcast on WAKM 950-AM radio.
A quarantine for Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), an invasive insect that destroys ash trees, has been expanded to include another Tennessee county.
In less than a year, Williamson County Schools’ three newest schools will open in Nolensville for the 2016-17 school year. And thanks to the Williamson County Chamber Foundation, they will start the year off with a few extra dollars in the bank.
Early voting begins Wednesday for the upcoming Oct. 27, City of Franklin Municipal Election.
Seven members of the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office Swift Water Rescue Team headed to South Carolina Sunday after FEMA requested the team’s assistance in flooded areas.
To “make America great again,” presidential candidate and billionaire business man Donald Trump, suggested building a wall to deter illegal immigration, devising an off-shore safe zone for Syrian refugees, repealing Obama Care, preserving the Second Amendment and bringing Christmas back.
Williamson County Sheriff's Office Lt. David Beard and Lt. David Brewer were honored for their 30 years of service Thursday during a reception at the county Administrative Complex.
Christ Presbyterian Academy (CPA) recently welcomed James K. Lee (Jim) as Director of Spiritual Formation and Discipleship.
October is Cooperative Month in Tennessee, and a proclamation signed by Gov. Bill Haslam deeming it as such heaps high praise on the approximately 200 member-owned organizations that employ more than 6,000 individuals, impact our state’s economy by more than $1 billion, and provide a wide array of products and services to member-owners.
Brentwood city officials put the spotlight on their city during the September Williamson County Chamber of Commerce’s Public Affairs Roundtable, moderated by Dave Crouch, chairman of the chamber’s government relations committee.
The Williamson County Purchasing and Insurance Committee voted to approve a State Employee Deferred Compensation Plan for 401K and a 457(b) plans for Williamson County employees at its meeting Monday night.
Seniors will have a chance to socialize and visit the booths of a wide range of exhibitors when the 2015 Senior Expo is held Wednesday, Oct. 7, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at The Factory at Franklin.