A group of Brentwood youths made a trip this summer to Camp Barnabas, a place in Missouri where kids and adults with special needs can go for a true summer camp experience.
A federal judge convicted one Franklin man this week after making a false statement that earned him up to a $1.2 million loan.
Waves, Inc., an organization that has served individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities for over 40 years, is pleased to welcome its 2016-2017 Board of Directors.
Chicken wing lovers will have a new opportunity to try out a new restaurant later this year, scheduled to open in the fall on the edge of Cool Springs.
Financial Web site ranks cities for crime, costs, taxes, culture and other indicators.
On Saturday, July 9, a local 11-year-old is hosting a free car wash to benefit Hockey Saves, an outlet for military troops, and the Cleft and Craniofacial Center at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital.
Franklin High School graduate Christina Bechtel competed in the finals of the women's 200-meter butterfly at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials Thursday, missing the U.S. Swim Team qualifications by just three spots.
Starting this season, Williamson County Schools fans can buy their tickets online or through the sports conference app before they ever arrive to the stadium.
A Williamson County Realtor was recently recognized after she completed an astounding 344 individual transactions in 2015.
A non-existent traffic light almost stopped the approval of part of a large subdivision in Nolensville Tuesday night.
Next Generation 911 better supports mobile phone technology.
Full Service Insurance and Waves, Inc. hosted the 10th Annual An Artist's Window on Friday, June 17 at Rolling Hills Community Church in Franklin.
The Brentwood Library's Chamber of Knowledge is celebrating Harry Potter's birthday on July 31 with a party and series of Quidditch matches.
On Sunday, July 10, at 3 p.m., the Franklin Civil War Round Table will present author and historian Lee White of the National Park Service who will speak on "Cleburne's Last Campaign."
Want a free walking tour of Fort Granger? Here's how you can.
If the valedictorian and college attendance genders were reversed, it would be considered a crisis.
Democrat responses to Republican positions disregard reality.
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