The Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen will begin Thursday's meeting with a public hearing for the annexation of a piece of property at Rocky Fork Road and adjacent right-of-way for residential development.
The Williamson County Republican Party will host an open house from 4:30-7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 4, at its new headquarters at Suite C-11 at 1143 Columbia Ave. in Franklin.
A Brentwood-based developer who purchased the historic RCA Studio A on Nashville's Music Row last month has deemed the building "not structurally or financially feasible" to restore.
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The Brentwood Library and Williamson County Health Department will host a free 10-week exercise class on Tuesdays, according to a news release.
Ravenwood headed into Friday's road contest against the Clarksville Wildcats with plenty of momentum after giving a dominant Week 0 performance against Stewarts Creek.
Ravenwood's soccer team won big at home against Mt. Juliet, while BA edged out Franklin Road Academy. The RHS volleyball team won in five sets at Summit.
When it comes to buying a home that's going to reflect a homeowner's style, is it better to buy new or used, or does it come down to location?
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for the week of Aug. 28 through Sept. 3 for Williamson County.
There were 16 reported traffic crashes in the town of Nolensville in the month of July with three resulting in injuries, according to Nolensville Police Chief Troy Huffines' monthly report.