A new 18-hole golf course proposed for Thompson’s Station – one that may be designed by Tiger Woods – could be closer to fruition, according to the town’s mayor.
The Spring Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen has approved “what is now seen as our city’s most important planning document – the Spring Hill Rising 2040: Comprehensive Plan,” according to city spokesman Jamie Page.
The 15th annual Turkey Trot 5k in Cool Springs hosted by GraceWorks Ministries has registered over 2,500 runners and raised nearly $100,000 for the organization’s fundraiser.
With Black Friday nearly here, Franklin Police will deploy a security plan designed to safeguard shoppers while deterring, detecting and apprehending lawbreakers – especially at the city’s shopping venues.
The Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Tuesday night discussed launching a Citizen Survey in late January for the purpose of obtaining citizens' opinions on the quality of life in Franklin.
Franklin Police are asking the public to be on the lookout for a missing teenage boy last seen in the Cool Springs area over the weekend.
The Williamson County Commission Education Committee voted Monday to unanimously approve $7.4 million for the purchase of land and site work for a new K-8 school in Thompson’s Station.
First there was Black Friday, then came Cyber Monday and now shoppers have another reason to shop 'til they drop: Small Business Saturday.
Franklin Police are investigating an unprecedented number of auto burglaries that occurred in two gated apartment communities early Monday morning.
After a devastating house fire in the Riverview Park subdivision left the Thorne family of Franklin displaced, the community has raised nearly $37,000 to help the family of seven start to rebuild their lives.
The ink has dried after Middle Tennessee State University president Sidney A. McPhee and Charles Farmer, Williamson County Schools assistant superintendent of secondary schools, signed an agreement Thursday solidifying a partnership that will allow high school students to take advanced classes for college credit.
On Thursday at the Installation of Officers and Directors and Recognition Celebration at The Barn at Homestead Manor in Thompson’s Station, the Williamson County Association of Realtors chose its 12 new board of directors for 2016.
The Spring Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen recently approved what is now seen as the city’s most important planning document – the Spring Hill Rising 2040: Comprehensive Plan.
According to Randy Boyd, commissioner of Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, “today is the best time in the history of Tennessee.”
School board member Susan Curlee, of District 12, has started a petition calling to “stop mandatory TNReady social studies testing infringing religious beliefs.”
Del Webb will construct its second active senior community in the state of Tennessee, Southern Springs by Del Webb, in Spring Hill with a groundbreaking expected for January.
The Williamson County Emergency Management program that works directly with all county and city agencies and departments recently received national recognition.
Williamson County Schools Independence High School principal Todd Campbell appeared Wednesday before Judge Michael Mondelli in Davidson County Criminal Court after being charged with Driving Under the Influence last month (DUI-2nd Offense).
As Habitat for Humanity Williamson–Maury County prepares to dedicate its 200th home Saturday, it is evaluating plans for future affordable homes in Williamson County, said Jennee Galland, director of communications.