As the first day of school approaches with mixed community feedback concerning Williamson County Schools’ health and wellness guidelines, Superintendent Jason Golden reiterated this week that the district intends to start the year with masks encouraged rather than required.
The rides are set up; vendors’ booths are ready; culinary, creative arts and agriculture displays are getting the finishing touches; and the fairgrounds is receiving one more cleaning. On Friday at 5:30 p.m., a ribbon-cutting ceremony will officially open the 17th Williamson County Fair at t…
Unity PPE, a women-owned business headquartered in Brentwood, recently donated approximately 10,000 microfiber cloth masks in various colors to Williamson County Schools.
Mill Creek Brewing Co. is partnering with a local resident and a Brentwood restaurant to bring Indian food to Nolensville for the town’s first Indian Food Fest.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee was hit Tuesday with a second legal challenge aimed at overturning a slate of bills targeting transgender people that Gov. Bill Lee signed into law earlier this year.
Robert Frost may have avoided some traffic, but state Rep. Sam Whitson had a different objective: to take the roads most traveled by and fix them.
About four years ago, Matt Brown and his family felt they were supposed to leave their home in New Jersey, so they climbed into their red Jeep Wrangler, put the top down and drove without even a destination in mind. Now, Brown hopes to help lead the city where they eventually parked their car.
The Williamson County Democratic Party will hold its Biennial Reorganization Convention to elect new leaders on Saturday, Aug. 21, at the Williamson County Administrative Complex.
The city of Franklin Planning and Sustainability Department will facilitate a virtual community meeting on Thursday, Aug. 12, at 6 p.m. to provide an overview of the Williamson County Growth Plan update, discuss how it impacts Franklin and solicit early feedback.
The Nashville Predators and American Red Cross will host multiple local blood drives next week, including twice in Brentwood at the John P. Holt Brentwood Library.
The Tennessee Department of Education released drafted guidance concerning a new law that prohibits certain concepts in Tennessee curriculum, known to some as the anti-critical-race-theory law.
Four physicians at Williamson Medical Center sent a letter to the Williamson County Schools Board of Education on Saturday, asking for mandatory masks while indoors during the school year and more.
Southern Land Company (SLC), a Nashville-based national real estate developer of award-winning mixed-use developments and master-planned communities, broke ground Friday on an active adult community at Westhaven in Franklin.
The Franklin Special School District has released its health guidelines for the 2021-22 school year, which include an optional mask protocol.
The community has heard a lot from Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson this week between Franklin Tomorrow’s Breakfast with the Mayors and Williamson, Inc.’s State of the County, but what they didn’t hear was an announcement concerning next year’s mayoral election.
Middle Tennessee public relations veteran Deborah Varallo will present “Networking Lessons Learned from a Pandemic” at Franklin Tomorrow’s next FrankTalks event on Aug. 9.
Tennessee First Lady Maria Lee and Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance (TDCI) Commissioner Carter Lawrence joined members of the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) Wednesday to deliver food, cleaning supplies and working smoke alarms to volunteer firefighters in Willia…
Tennessee’s Ag Tag license plate hit the streets 25 years ago, and thanks to citizens who support agriculture in this way, 2021 has been a record-breaking year.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Seven unemployed Tennessee residents have filed a lawsuit over Gov. Bill Lee's decision to opt out of the federal unemployment benefits programs earlier this year.
As the start of school approaches, while some families are rejoicing in the decision not to require face masks on campus, others are concerned about the health and wellness protocols Williamson County Schools released last week.