Four Williamson County cities have been named in the top 10 most successful cities of Tennessee, according to career website Zippia.
The Williamson Medical Center held an open house and ribbon cutting Thursday night to introduce its newest office and the specialist recruited to run it.
The City of Brentwood and the Tennessee Department of Transportation are responding to reports of confusion about a new section of Concord Road.
Only 1.8% (or 16,000) of the nearly 900,000 total residential structures in Nashville have active flood insurance policies.
The tax-free shopping holiday begins today.
After two years of partnership with Morning Pointe of Brentwood, the Petal Project has found its second home at Morning Pointe of Franklin.
Have you ever wondered about the history and science behind the world of Harry Potter? Now you can find out at the Brentwood Library.
Tennessee high school football is set to undergo its third reclassification since 2009.
A Brentwood High School sophomore made the cut last week for USA Volleyball's Girls Youth National Team.
More signs point toward a coming kink in the Williamson County housing market.
Increased enforcement and public education are part of efforts against impaired driving.
A Fairview man suspected of assaulting a woman at a Franklin fitness center had a similar incident happen more than a decade beforehand.
App uses GPS equipment on buses to enhance safety and communication.
Parents and students have the opportunity to get back-to-school questions answered all in one place this weekend.
As of Thursday afternoon, we were down by 1,050 total voters compared to the 2014 election. What I cannot figure out is why.
Like a New Year's Eve crowd counting down the seconds to the New Year, Tennesseeans waited for the July 1 clock to strike 8 a.m. for the much anticipated sale of wine in grocery stores.
The 12th annual Williamson County Fair will bring a "Barnyard Mardi Gras" to the Ag Expo Park when it opens on Friday.
Starring Franklin High School graduate and Williamson County resident Allee-Sutton Hethcoat as the coach, the story is aimed at teens and presents five different storylines all relevant to teen life today.
Local author and Franklin Civil War Round Table member Gary Waddey will speak on his new book, "Forward My Brave Boys," on Sunday, Aug. 14.
Each summer, Friends of Franklin Parks' "Raise the Roofs" fundraiser has brought the community together to celebrate the return of horses to the historic Park at Harlinsdale Farm.
District 3 deserves an involved parent with a track record of problem solving and building relationships.
"As Republicans, we believe in solving local and state problems through local and state innovations."
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