The Williamson County Nonprofit Entities Committee met Tuesday and settled on a compromise for funding nonprofit senior citizen organizations.
Philanthropist-developer Rod Heller and two partners have bought the downtown Franklin auxiliary building of the First United Methodist Church, Heller confirmed to Franklin Home Page on Friday, March 27.
An official for the Tennessee Department of Transportation has responded to several resident comments questioning the work schedule on the Concord Road widening project.
Williamson County Animal Center (WCAC) has received a donation of $4,932 from Darrell Waltrip Subaru in Franklin for the 2014 "Share the Love" holiday sales event.
Asheville's iconic downtown restaurant, Tupelo Honey Cafe, will open a new location in the fall 2015 at the Meridian Cool Springs community in Franklin.
The Brentwood Bruins boys soccer team handed the Franklin Rebels their first defeat against a public school in two years Tuesday with a 1-0 win at home.
It was an emotional night Tuesday at Ravenwood High School as its softball team welcomed District 11-AAA rival Franklin on the annual Pack the Park for Patton memorial night.
Property transfers as recorded in Williamson County as of March 17, 2015.
This traditional executive home in Franklin's desirable estate section of Cedarmont Valley is immaculate inside and out. The scenic acre lot has gorgeous views and the exterior living spaces include a beautiful pool.
A Williamson County Sheriff's deputy and his favorite charity were honored with an award from Toyota of Cool Springs.
Ravenwood High School senior Jenna Nam was one of two delegates in the state of Tennessee selected to attend the National Youth Science Camp.
Page High School senior Carley Fell is one of six musicians from the state who will play french horn at the state soloist performance recital at this year's Tennessee Music Educators Association conference in Memphis, TN., on Wednesday, April 8.
It was Sunday afternoon, the sky was crystal blue and the smell of freshly cut grass filled the air as my children frolicked on the lawn.
Next Generation of the Heritage Foundation of Franklin and Williamson County's Friday night fundraiser successfully benefited the Old, Old Jail project simply by pouring glasses of wine.
Home to a wealth of talent, Nashville has no shortage of success stories, but one particularly unusual tale of perseverance has remained untold until now -- that of Civil Rights and yes, basketball.
Two Franklin residents have stepped forward to co-chair the 17th-annual McGavock Dinner at Carnton Plantation Friday, April 24.
To the Editor: While I have no doubt there are some grassroots parents engaged with Williamson Strong, the organization was founded by a paid SEIU employee.
To the Editor: I went to the March 19 Brentwood city commission candidate forum and got to hear what four of the candidates had to say on a number of subjects.