A variety of in-person and online events will take place next week at the Brentwood Library.
The Williamson County Animal Center continues a series of community rabies clinics Saturday from 1-3 p.m.at Hillsboro School in Leiper’s Fork and at the Bethesda Market & Deli in College Grove.
Brentwood-based divvyDOSE, a part of leading pharmacy care services organization OptumRx and one of the Optum companies of UnitedHealth Group, will host a virtual job fair Thursday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to fill more than 100 combined pharmacy technician and customer support positions.
The Friends of the Brentwood Library will hold a used book sale Friday through Sunday featuring hundreds of books and other media.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation department hosts a variety of programs at recreation centers across Williamson County for seniors of all ages and activity levels including art, fitness, nature and sport programs.
Friday, March 26 in Middle Tennessee was a spectacular sunny day bookended by fierce and damaging storms on Thursday and Saturday. After Thursday night’s storms passed through, as is often the case after such an incident, we woke on Friday morning to clear blue skies.
It took a little longer than expected, but Brentwood native Grace Good finally accomplished something she had meant to do over a year ago.
With a certain kaiju lizard currently engaging in a brouhaha with a certain kaiju ape, you can guess why Regal Cinemas would want to get its doors back open after a lengthy closure.
While there is still considerable caution being taken regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, folks are beginning to find more places to go and more things to do than this time last year.
In response to recent violence being perpetrated against people of color, the Franklin Justice and Equity Coalition is having its second Facebook Live session of 2021 Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
The Williamson County Public Library is reminding the community of County Mayor Rogers Anderson’s challenge to increase membership, inviting all county residents age 4 and up to get a free library card.
One of many disappointments for music fans as the COVID-19 pandemic began to unfold was the cancellation of Bonnaroo 2020, which boasted one of its strongest lineups ever.
People from Williamson County and across Tennessee will join millions of volunteers across the country in donating time to improving their communities during National Volunteer Week from April 18-24.
The City of Brentwood concluded their virtual Arbor Day celebration on Saturday with party, contest winners and the announcement of the new Brentwood's Best Ash contest.
In the midst of March Madness, something sports fans (and even some non-sports fans who play the game each year for grins) really needed this year, our good spirits and lightness of heart were tempered with the news of another mass slaying.
Southwest Airlines has announced seasonal nonstop service from Nashville International Airport to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and Long Island (Islip), New York.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation department offers a variety of fitness and wellness programs in recreation centers across Williamson County for fitness enthusiasts of all ages, interests and ability levels.
Representatives from I Love Juice Bar and Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe recently presented the Nashville Area American Red Cross with a check for $4,922.
The Franklin Police Department's Honor Guard presented the colors at Tuesday night's Nashville Predators hockey game against the Detroit Red Wings, a 7-1 victory for Nashville.
The Williamson County Animal Center has announced a series of Saturday community rabies clinics at seven area locations April 3 through April 24.
A Franklin native joined with three classmates at Hillsdale College in Michigan to earn first place for Best Comedy Program from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System Awards announced earlier this month.
South Franklin has a new healthy pick-up and delivery option through Fresh 96 Kitchen, a virtual restaurant operating out of Scout’s Pub in Westhaven.