Franklin's Capella Healthcare Inc., a privately-owned provider of health care services announced Monday that its parent company and sole stockholder, Capella Holdings Inc., signed a definitive agreement with Medical Properties Trust Inc. for $900 million in cash.
County citizens interviewed by Home Page Media said the private interview process being used to select a nominee to fill an unexpired term on the Williamson County School board should be changed.
What better way to learn more about the United States Navy than to personally step aboard the branch's eighth Nimitz-class aircraft carrier -- USS Harry S. Truman?
Williamson County Schools officials and Williamson County Commissioner Barb Sturgeon have finally reached a settlement in a lawsuit filed seven months ago.
Louie, a three-year-old brown and white bulldog-pitt mix, is a goofball. He is a happy, funny dog looking for a forever home.
High school teams from across Williamson County practiced in full pads for the first time this season on Monday.
Property transfers as recorded in Williamson County as of July 14, 2015.
Potential Williamson County homeowners ready to buy might have found a seller's market with bidding battles and a low inventory.
An 18-year-old Franklin resident and a juvenile were arrested and charged with four counts of aggravated assault and four counts of reckless endangerment for allegedly firing an airsoft pellet gun into a crowd at the Westhaven basketball courts Friday.
Superintendent Mike Looney has announced two principal changes for Williamson County Schools.
"Mama, don't worry, I forgive you," Lu said as we got into the van to go to church Sunday morning.
The Brentwood Photography Group, over 200 members strong, held a group outing July 24 and closed a friendly competition while welcoming the community to a free photography class series slated for Aug. 13.
In response to the current hysteria over the names of landmarks and public installations recognizing or honoring former Confederates, it is informative and instructive to look at the individuals who are honored, not the causes for which they served for a brief period of their lives or careers.
The lives of controversial figures can be polarizing while agendas are championed by the skewing of facts, sometimes blurred with circumstances.
Last night's Williamson County School Board meeting, for one of the first times, left me speechless. What began as a hopeful Hail Mary to keep not only our superintendent but also our ethics quickly veered off into an abyss of despair and futility.
EDITOR'S NOTE -- The following letter was addressed to the Williamson County Board of Education:
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