Williamson County's class of 2015 marked the end of the school year with graduation ceremonies last week and announced the valedictorians and salutatorians.
The increasing number of portable classrooms popping up around Williamson County Schools is an affirmation of the district's rapid growth.
Williamson County is now fourth in the state in highest appraised and assessed property values, surpassing Hamilton.
The Williamson County School District now has temporary warning signs to advise civilians to not carry firearms in local public parks where school activities are underway.
The Friends of the Williamson County Public Library will have a special one-day children's book sale Saturday, May 30, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Franklin residents Ken and Pam Harms have been named Nashville's Volunteer of the Month for May through the nonprofit program, Doing Good.
As the 2015 school year comes to a close, Williamson County Schools Interscholastic Athletics officials on Thursday night honored the top high school athletes with the first WILLCO Awards.
The growth of Berry Farms, the sprawling south Franklin mixed-use community being built by Boyle Investment Company, continues.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for the period of May 28-June 3.
Three people at a local Brentwood hotel have been charged after a week-long human sex trafficking operation that ended in dozens of arrests in Middle Tennessee region.
Starting next school year, Williamson County Schools students will no longer be required to take an assessment that tests their basic technology skills.
We made it -- we survived another school year, and summer stretches before us with endless possibility, promising relaxation and adventure.
The 2015 "Every Hero Has a Story" summer reading program at Spring Hill Library, 144 Kedron Pkwy., got off to a power-packed start Friday with a mini comic con.
Travellers Rest will host a behind-the-scenes tour about infamous Tennessee duels Thursday, May 28 at 6 p.m.
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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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