Williamson County CASA is raffling its third Twice Daily playhouse to raise money for their advocacy for abused children in the court system.
An ordinance that will ban neon lighting may only apply to new businesses in Nolensville.
Brentwood and Ravenwood students spend the rainy day outside learning about the environment.
The American Council of Engineering Companies of Tennessee is accepting entries for its annual Engineering Excellence Awards program.
"American Pickers" creator Mike Wolfe will be the master of ceremonies at "Take the Cake, " a fundraiser at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 29, at the historic Williamson County Courthouse in downtown Franklin.
The Front Street Craft Brew Celebration is coming on Saturday, Oct. 3, from 4 p.m. - 10 p.m. featuring more than 30 craft beers.
Brentwood and Ravenwood's volleyball teams endured road district contests Thursday, while the CPA and FRA girls soccer teams had home matchups.
Brentwood and Ravenwood's girls soccer teams had home contests Tuesday, while the BHS volleyball team took on Franklin.
The Williamson County Association of REALTORS® (WCAR) recently announced new members of its Board of Directors for 2015-2016 at their annual meeting held at Brentwood Academy on Sept. 10.
The Franklin Police Department want to identify a man, wanted for rolling an LG 43 inch television out the door at the Mallory Lane Walmart without paying for it more than three weeks ago.
The Williamson County Sherriff's Office is looking for a man who could have been casing homes for a possible burglary.
The U.S. Department of Education this week named Ravenwood High School and Clovercroft Elementary Blue Ribbon Schools.
Catch up on the happenings at schools around Williamson County.
Most days, I have a moment. A moment when I look around and see that I have a job that I have kept for over 10 years, a marriage that has lasted as long, a house that Hubby and I purchased with money from said job, all the things that make a house functional and comfortable and I have made three little people. Ya'll, it freaks. me. out.
Instead of spending Sunday services from the pew, Franklin resident Teresa Burns has a different perspective - rather than looking toward the preacher, she looks out at the congregation as an ordained minister at a small church in College Grove.
Soggy weather and a lack of sunshine did not deter hundreds of participants from running in the Grey Ghost 5K.
This is the first foray into what will be a regular column, and is an introduction of sorts to what will be put before you here to talk about, exclaim about, maybe laugh (or frown) about, wonder about, puzzle about and, hopefully most of all, think about.
The Historic Franklin Masonic Hall on 2nd Avenue South will recognize the 185th anniversary of the meeting between President Andrew Jackson and the Chiefs of the Chickasaw Nations with a presentation on Aug. 23 by Patrick Cummins, president of the Native History Association.
As someone who has battled stuttering for much of my life, it was inspiring to read your recent article "How VP Biden changed life of one Franklin teen" about Campbell Parker's friendship with Vice President Joe Biden and how they have bonded over their common stuttering.
Dear Ms. Curlee,
Let me begin by saying I have quietly been in the shadows aware of the shenanigans that have taken place in our local School Board since the last election.
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