As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continue to release guidelines and precautions during the spread of COVID-19, many local restaurants are faced with difficult decisions.
The heat is climbing, and the power was out in much of the Lewisburg Pike and East Fowlkes area of Franklin Tuesday morning, leaving many without air conditioning.
Early voting results predicted the final winners of the Brentwood City Commission race Tuesday once final (unofficial) results were tallied.
The Franklin Police Department is searching for a light-skinned black male teenager, who ran from a stolen vehicle on Downs Boulevard.
Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School District called out of school Wednesday due to snow that quickly descended upon Williamson County during the morning hours while buses were already picking up children.
Williamson County Sheriff Jeff Long has accepted the position of commissioner of Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security. Long was recently offered the state position by Governor-elect Bill Lee.
Parade goers at the Leiper's Fork Christmas Parade, rescheduled for Dec. 15, will be joined by special guest, rock icon Kid Rock, who will walk in the parade.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Department of Education Commissioner Candice McQueen announced on Wednesday changes in the delivery of the TNReady assessment for the current school year and additional changes that will take effect beginning in the 2019-20 school year.
A Williamson County middle school student was placed in custody Thursday morning on a charge of making a school threat last week, which led to the search for a weapon on a WCS school bus Wednesday.
The prisoner who escaped early Friday morning while being transported to the Williamson County Jail has been captured by law enforcement officials in Mobile, Alabama, according to a tweet from Josh Devine of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
Franklin police are searching for a prisoner who escaped overnight as he was being walked into the Williamson County Jail.
Detectives in Franklin are investigating after kayakers near the Chestnut Bend subdivision discovered a body in the Harpeth River Saturday at 8:20 a.m.
Williamson County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney has recently learned that he has a tumor in his pancreas and will be taking a leave of absence for the next several weeks.
After the Williamson County Board of Education met in an executive session attorney-client meeting Saturday morning for more than an hour preceding a scheduled annual budget meeting, WCS Communications Director Carol Birdsong announced the board will meet in special-called meeting Monday to …
An Independence High School student was arrested by the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office after allegedly making threatening statements overheard by classmates Thursday.
A 22-year-old suspect has been arrested by the Chattanooga Police Department in the shooting death of Franklin resident Evan Derry, 20, a 2015 graduate of Battle Ground Academy and a student at University of Tennessee-Chattanooga.
Previous Franklin alderman candidate Mike Vaughn filed a “Complaint to Contest the Election” today with the Chancery Court of Williamson County against the Williamson County Election Commission and Franklin Alderman Dana McLendon, 2nd Ward, alleging voter intimidation.
Franklin Police are aware of several recent social media posts with references to both protecting historical landmarks in Franklin, and to vandalizing them.
Franklin Police Department and the FBI are investigating a Saturday afternoon bank robbery. It happened at the SunTrust bank, 1109 Murfreesboro Road, shortly before 1 p.m.
One day after being added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s "Top 10 Most Wanted" list, a Nashville man has been arrested following a brief pursuit Thursday morning on Interstate 65 in Williamson County.
Franklin police investigated Saturday a bomb threat, faxed in to a business at Jamison Station, 320 Liberty Pike, an office building that sits across the street from The Factory.
Brentwood voters, or 12.2 percent of registered voters, cast their ballots, and the three incumbents on the Brentwood City Commission will return to their seats for another four-year term.