A teenager was arrested Friday morning for possession of a weapon in a parking lot of Centennial High School in Franklin.
Capella Healthcare has announced four promotions of senior employees.
Williamson County Democratic Women will discuss voting issues with Nashville lawyer Sheryl Guinn on Saturday, May 2.
Homestead Manor is hosting a two-day job fair to fill up to 70 staff positions on April 26-27 at its 50-acre property in Thompson's Station.
A Nolensville widow whose home had fallen into disrepair watched Saturday as around 100 community members worked to restore her house to the condition her husband kept it in before he fell ill with multiple sclerosis.
Ravenwood improved to 4-2 overall and 3-0 in District 11-AAA play with a 2-0 win over Franklin (3-5, 2-2) Friday.
The Ravenwood Raptors (14-4, 10-2 District 11-AAA) scored six runs in the sixth inning to earn a series-clinching 7-2 win over District 11-AAA foe Independence (8-16, 6-12) Friday night.
Property transfers as recorded in Williamson County as of April 7, 2015.
The spring is a welcomed sight yearly for real estate professionals, as the cold weather exits and buyers start to ramp up searching for a new place to call home.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for April 16-22:
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation and Sheriff's departments will offer a women's self-defense program starting April 22.
Changes to the public comment procedure at Williamson County School Board meetings will be implemented on a trial basis, Chairman P.J. Mezera told the board at Thursday's work session.
Centennial High School students have returned to class after a threat caused the school to be evacuated Friday morning, school officials said.
A Thompson's Station distillery will offer Williamson County's first legal spirits in a century at "A Vintage Affair" on April 17 from 7-10 p.m. on April 17 at Jamison Hall at The Factory at Franklin.
Sitting down for a breakfast at I-Hop on Highway 96 East, Papa Joe Bradford cut through his pancakes and snacked on his bacon.
Quick, name the biggest electoral victory you can think of off the top of your head.
To the Editor: We serve on a Board of Education for a moment.
To the Editor: While I have no doubt there are some grassroots parents engaged with Williamson Strong, the organization was founded by a paid SEIU employee.