A Tennessee State University instructor told participants in a U.S. Department of Agriculture workshop Tuesday night that rapid urbanization is inevitable in local communities like Nolensville where he spoke.
Wise words from her grandmother played a significant role in propelling the long and varied career of Williamson County Convention and Visitors Bureau leader Ellie Westman Chin.
Habitat for Humanity of Williamson and Maury Counties will host a 6 p.m. March 10 kickoff event for the nonprofit's eighth "Women's Build" at Puckett's Boathouse in downtown Franklin.
WAKM will broadcast tonight's Class AAA girls sectional basketball game between Brentwood High and Mt. Juliet.
While Middle Tennessee residents may not have to deal with ice and snow very often, their roofs could be in danger when those winter storms do hit.
This beautiful brick and stone home offers everything the private Governors Club neighborhood is known for. Even better, it's all included at an amazing price.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch from noon Wednesday through noon Thursday for all of Middle Tennessee.
Seven people were arrested and five believed victims of a human trafficking ring were rescued Wednesday after Franklin police raided two businesses and two apartments.
Many parents had questions about pending education legislation and next year's school operating budget for the six Williamson County School Board members at Tuesday night's Let's Talk Schools seminar.
Changes to the Williamson County School Board's Code of Ethics will not advance to the next board work session after the Policy Committee decided Monday to continue discussions of consequences for violations.
"Mama, where's my thing with the long cord on it that spins around if you drop it and it's purple?" Lu asked me as I was cooking dinner.
"Whiplash," first-time director Damien Chazelle's fiery look into the painstaking perils of performance art, fared well at Sunday's 87th Academy Awards.
One hundred-fifty years ago today, the U. S. Congress established the Freedman's Bureau to help newly freed African-Americans start new lives as the Civil War fighting and slavery drew to a close.
One hundred, fifty years ago tomorrow (Mar. 4), Abraham Lincoln took the oath of office for his second term as President of the United States.
To the Editor:
Yesterday, I spent more than half an hour, picking up debris from a beautiful sledding hill on private property.