Check out the latest special section by the Williamson Herald: Remembering the 2010 Flood, 10 years later.
Many refer to it as the Great Nashville Flood, but the 2010 event actually encompassed an area much larger than Nashville.
It was just after noon on May 1, 2010. The rain had been coming down in sheets for several hours. Williamson County Sheriff Jeff Long was in L…
The Harpeth River’s water level along Lewisburg Pike by the Eastern Flank Battlefield and Carnton Plantation in Franklin usually varies from b…
When the Harpeth River crested 33 feet above flood stage on May 1, 2010, small businesses along Hillsboro Road were among those most affected …
When Williamson County Sheriff’s Deputy Mike Terns began his shift at 2 p.m. on May 1, 2010, “It was raining so hard, I couldn’t see,” he said.
- By Carole Robinson • Staff Writer
The morning of May 1, 2010, started out as just another dreary, rainy day for Jill and Ben Johnson.
May 1 arrived and Owen Grimenstein had finally completed rebuilding the deck on the back of the Bellevue house that he and his wife, Allison, …
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