In honor of Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, there will be closures of certain facilities across the county.
The Williamson Medical Center Obstetrics and maternity teams have been awarded some prestigious accolades for the amazing level of care given to families whose babies are born there.
The Williamson County Public Library is hosting a lecture on current issues in Brazil on Monday, June 6.
Congressman Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) received the "Hero of Main Street" award Wednesday from the National Retail Federation for her support of legislation critical to the retail industry.
In just a few weeks, Price's Collision Center on Mallory Lane will celebrate the grand opening of its updated facility, a project that's taken nearly 16 months to complete.
Light up the night at a special glow-in-the-dark family pool party on Saturday, June 25 at the Franklin Recreation Complex, 1120 Hillsboro Rd.
Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival is a two-day event transforming The Park At Harlinsdale Farm into an oasis of music, food, and culture.
Williamson County Animal Center (WCAC) is teaming up with Cheekwood Golf Club for Caddies & Canines on June 11.
A Franklin mortgage professional has just been recognized in a list of the industry's female elite.
The Nolensville Police Department is partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office to increase seat belt enforcement from May 23 to June 5.
A local fifth-grader at Crockett Elementary came in first place in the All-American Soap Box Derby Race in Bowling Green, Kentucky, last weekend.
May 2016 Belmont University graduate and Brentwood resident Salwa Saba was one of two Belmont grads who recently were awarded Fulbright program grants for overseas teaching.
Shopping just got sweeter at The Factory in Franklin. Family owned Walker Creek Confections is currently under construction, opening in June.
Singer-songwriter Chuck Dennie's former life looked perfect from the outside, but then the façade crumbled -- and truth and pain were left in the rubble.
Standing on the steps of the Old, Old Jail Sunday afternoon, Executive Director of the Heritage Foundation Mary Pearce had a smile emerge across her face.
The 2015-2016 school year is coming to a close with great accomplishments from all areas to provide the best education in the state for our students.
"If justice triumphs, I hope the Yale administration is pilloried in the press and their immense endowment takes a sizable hit. It would only be fair since they burned Jack Montague's basketball dreams at the stake!"
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