Waves Inc. has announced the launch of its new podcast, Waves of Awareness, set to begin Wednesday as a platform for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to share their lives with the community while also creating job skill development opportunities.
A former newspaper journalist has been hired as communications manager for One Generation Away, a Franklin-based nonprofit that distributes healthy foods to families throughout Middle Tennessee that currently do not have access to food sources due to economic and physical barriers.
Previous Franklin mayors who served throughout a total span of 34 years will be special guests for the next Breakfast with the Mayors Tuesday, Jan. 25, at Rolling Hills Community Church on Columbia Avenue.
Anthony Hendricks from The Public Franklin will give an informational talk on the history of race and racism and how it applies to modern context Sunday, Jan. 30, from 2-4 p.m. at the Williamson County Public Library in Franklin.
The City of Brentwood will host a public meeting about a new roundabout at the intersection of Murray Lane and Holly Tree Gap Road.
Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson will be the guest speaker for next week's League of Women Voters of Williamson County presentation.
Historic First Missionary Baptist Church, which has hosted the Martin Luther King Jr. Day event for more than 20 years, will join with its community partners for this year’s event with the theme “Where Do We Go from Here?”
Brentwood Baptist Church held a ribbon cutting event on Sunday for its newest addition, the Rowen Glenn Center, which is dedicated to the needs of special needs children, adults and families.
The Franklin-based Provision CARES Proton Therapy Nashville has been accredited by the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) through APEx – Accreditation Program for Excellence®.
During the first week of National Blood Donor Month, Blood Assurance is experiencing a sharp increase in cancellations due to the COVID-19 Omicron variant and winter weather.
Harpeth River Writers, a Brentwood-based collective of award-winning authors, has added a retired educator who previously lived in California to its lineup of area writers.
Update (8 p.m. 1/7/22): The photo walk has been postponed to Saturday, Jan. 15, due to inclimate weather. Original Story: The Artist Guild of Nolensville will host a photo walk on Saturday for local photographers, painters or any creatively curious person of any skill or experience level. T…
Following two major flooding events last year and recent tornadoes in and around Humphreys County, Franklin-based food distribution nonprofit One Generation Away is kicking off its two-year disaster relief campaign for weather-impacted areas with a distribution in Dickson this week.
On New Year’s Eve we drove around with the top down on the Miata to view fireworks. On Saturday we rode to the park with the top down again, and walked our laps in short sleeves. Now, this is my idea of winter!
With the holidays having ended for another year, it can be difficult for many people to get back in the groove of their normal routine.
The John P. Holt Brentwood Library is hosting a variety of events this week. See the full list of events below.MondayRed Cross Blood Drive will take place at 11 a.m. The Library is hosting blood drives to battle current shortages. To schedule an appointment, log onto redcrossblood.org and en…
There will undoubtedly be end-of-year retrospectives and “best-of” lists as we bid farewell to 2021, the year that was supposed to bring us out of the stress of 2020.
A variety of in-person and online events will take place next week at the Brentwood Library. The library will be closed on Saturday, Jan. 1, in observance of New Years Day.
Williamson Medical Center Foundation collected approximately 200 pairs of crutches during the “Crutch it Forward” campaign thanks to generous community donations, per a release.
Members of the Williamson County Family and Community Education Clubs were presented with the 2020 “Spirit of FCL” award by the Tennessee Association for Family and Community Education (TAFCE) during its 2021 conference held in Cool Springs in November.
When Michael Ward and Michael Stainbrook first met each other eight years ago, they never thought their friendship would one day lead them to the liquor industry.
For 13 years, the home of Laura and John Grzegorczyk has been a regular place for sightseeing due to its extravagant Christmas light show, all synced to a radio broadcast of Christmas music on 87.9 FM.
The Franklin Police Department filled toy boxes for 10 Franklin families this year as part of the 2021 Kristi and Carter Oakley FPD Christmas Toy Drive.
The Williamson County Performing Arts Center at Academy Park and Williamson County Parks and Recreation department have announced auditions for Nunsense, the first theatrical performance produced entirely by the Williamson County Performing Arts Center.
For the fifth year, the Williamson Medical Center Foundation has been selected by Darrell Waltrip Subaru as a beneficiary of the 2021 Share the Love event.
The Franklin Fire Department collected enough toys and clothes for 200 children in Franklin and Fairview as part of the 14th annual toy and clothing drive.
Williamson County residents who adopt from the county’s Animal Center between Saturday and Christmas Eve can have “Santa’s helpers” bring their new pet to them at no additional charge.
The Franklin Police Department and other local law enforcement agencies are reminding citizens to practice personal safety as the holiday season enters its final weeks.
When Franklin filmmaker Greg Pope began writing a script for what would become his fantasy/sci-fi thriller released earlier this year, he envisioned a cast of boys.
My family has lived in Spring Hill for 18 years and I cannot recall the life and loss of someone having the kind of impact on our community that Austin Corbett's life and early death has had.
An estimated crowd of more than 70,000 locals and visitors took to the streets in downtown Franklin Sunday for the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s 36th annual Dickens of a Christmas, likely setting a record for single-day attendance at the event.
Adoptable animals at Williamson County Animal Center and Metro Animal Care and Control in Nashville are hopeful that Christmas Eve will find them amongst presents by the tree.
The 36th annual Dickens of a Christmas scheduled for this weekend in downtown Franklin will be canceled for Saturday due to inclement weather from overnight and a persistent threat of high winds to possibly continue through the day, but will continue with extended hours on Sunday.