The Tennessee Department of Health's Office of Vital Records will increase fees for providing certificates of birth and death, effective Wednesday, July 1.
Before his 2012 retirement in Williamson County, Garry Adams spent 38 years in public education as a teacher, assistant principal and principal.
Three Franklin parents hope to succeed the District 4 Williamson County School Board member who will resign next month.
Williamson County county commissioners and school board members at a Saturday morning retreat delved into virtual schools and building bigger facilities.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation is holding July kids camps, a public survey and aqua fitness classes.
Columbia State Community College announced Winston Neal, a former student-athlete and Division I coach, as the new men's head basketball coach.
The Tennessee Baseball Coaches Association released its all-state teams Monday.
Property transfers as recorded in Williamson County as of June 16, 2015.
Hidden behind the green undergrowth of bushes, the existent white farm house on Franklin Road will remain in question as the property owner wants to demolish the structure with the Historic Zoning's Design Review Committee wanting to evaluate the options of wanting it reserved.
All road construction on interstates and state routes will be suspend for the July 4 holiday, the Tennessee Department of Transportation announced Monday.
Brentwood police have implemented new tools in an attempt to slow down motorists in Brentwood's busy neighborhoods.
A Franklin parent is interested in the District 4 Williamson County School Board seat that will open next month when its current representative resigns.
With a declining number of high school students with part-time jobs and a need for graduates with 21st century skill sets, education stakeholders say now it's more important than ever for Tennessee pupils to prepare early on for the workforce.
It is important when visiting unfamiliar cultures or locations to understand the norms and behaviors of their citizens and polite society.
Franklin's Westhaven community held its largest annual Porchfest on Saturday night.
The Battle of Franklin Trust will offer extended tours of the historic Carnton Plantation from Tuesday, July 7-Saturday, July 11.
Almost two dozen Tennessee teachers participated in the Tennessee State Library and Archives summer teacher institute.
What's it like to be 19-years-old and have your reputation damaged for something you didn't do?
To the Editor:
It was with sorrow that I heard of that young man who died while walking on the train tracks. I can't imagine what his family and friends are feeling right now.
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