The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office will work to make the roads safe for those who are traveling in the county during the Labor Day weekend.
Effective Jan. 1, 2020, Williamson County will accept plastics #1 and #2 only in the mixed plastic recycling bin at all county convenience centers and recycling drop-offs.
The Professional Insurance Agents of Tennessee awarded Ryan McKinney, of John M. Green Insurance of Franklin, as the 2019 Young Insurance Professional of the Year Award.
High Hopes Development Center received a disbursement grant from Governor Bill Lee’s discretionary budget during a special check presentation on Friday, Aug. 16.
FRANKLIN, Tenn. (AP) — The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Tennessee division, has filed a complaint with the state Historical Commission alleging City of Franklin employees improperly removed six Civil War markers.
As the city of Franklin continues to tweak the zoning ordinance, city officials and contractors are reaching out to the public asking for input on how they want their city to look.
After its first day of school on Wednesday, Battle Ground Academy held their annual convocation Friday morning, where they introduced new students, and faculty members gave a charge for the new school year.
After a short, one-month summer break, the Williamson County Schools Board of Education reconvened for the first time this academic year for a work session Thursday, focusing on school safety and construction updates.
With the release of the 2019 TNReady scores, the Franklin Special School District has again demonstrated that its students are flying high, achieving a composite score of 5, the highest that can be earned.
State Sen. Jack Johnson’s annual Boots & Jeans, BBQ & Beans is always a unique combination of community party and political fundraiser with plenty of great food from Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint and interesting political guest speakers.
Hundreds braved severe thunderstorms and pouring rain on Tuesday night as they camped out in the parking lot of Chick-fil-A’s newest location on Highway 96 in Franklin — all for the love of chicken sandwiches and waffle fries.
On Aug. 8, 2019, while bird hunting in Argentina, Boyce Cooper Magli, 76, made one last good shot and died. He died doing what he loved — hunting and being with his friends.
The Brentwood Fire & Rescue Department has received Internationally Accredited Agency status from the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI) for meeting the criteria established through the accreditation program.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee is holding events to celebrate the 99th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which ushered in women's right to vote.
On Monday, the Brentwood City Commission unanimously approved two resolutions that authorized the city to borrow up to $15 million in bonds towards funding a new police station, located at 910 Heritage Way.
CycleBar® Maryland Farms, a Premium Indoor CyclingTM studio offering a high-energy, low-impact, full-body workout in a concert-like atmosphere, will open on Sept. 3.
CoolSprings Galleria continues to reinvent itself as several national, regional and local retailers open new locations throughout the shopping center.
After over six years of scouting and 42 property inquiries, The Refuge Center for Counseling finally closed on a new parcel of land on which to build a new facility.
Franklin Tomorrow’s FrankTalks Monday morning featured an update on the South Corridor Study — a project dedicated to surveying Davidson, Williamson and Maury counties to provide public transportation solutions to the ever-growing area.
Franklin Tomorrow’s Get Fit program is partnering with the Berry Farms Farmers Market to bring extra freshness into the kitchens of SNAP beneficiaries.
Thursday morning marked a new chapter for Eric and Jennifer Fritts as they held a ribbon-cutting ceremony with Williamson, Inc. to celebrate the opening of Elevated Wealth Management, their new family-owned wealth management firm.