“It hasn’t been easy, but it’s been worth it.”
The Lotz House will host three evening ghost tours of the house on Halloween slated for Saturday, Oct. 31, at 5 p.m., 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
The Village Church held a groundbreaking ceremony just outside of Nolensville on Sunday, marking the start of a multi-purpose 24-hour ministry center.
A. Marshall Hospitality’s downtown Franklin concept Americana Taphouse will host “Brats, Burgers & Beer,” an Oktoberfest-style block party, on Friday, Oct. 30.
Although I do not have the authority to make this declaration, I will do it anyway: October is the best month of the year. Even this year. Maybe especially this year. All of the sweetness seems a little sweeter.
Groundbreaking for the new 33,000-square-foot Williamson County Animal Center was held Wednesday with several county officials on hand with their shovels.
In a sense, Shawn Riley is a one-person operation at the part-time job he holds with Electronics Recycling Solutions in Cool Springs.
To help with the Paint the Town Orange campaign presented by the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, the Battle Ground Academy Lower School kindergarten classes presented orange artwork and downtown Franklin stories and illustrations at Franklin’s pumpkin tree that stands on the town square.
The Village Church is hosting a groundbreaking ceremony in just outside of Nolensville on Sunday, marking the start of a multi-purpose 24-hour ministry center.
Scott Hamilton, world-renowned figure skater and Williamson County resident, will be headlining the upcoming Breakfast with the Mayors Tuesday, Oct. 27, from 7:45-9 a.m. in a virtual setting.
The John P. Holt Brentwood Library is hosting a variety of events this week. Read more below.TuesdayMedicare Made Simple Webinar will take place at 6 p.m. where attendees can join Craig Long online for a free presentation designed for those turning 65 and older who need to make a decision on…
Williamson County Parks and Recreation will offer two new types of performance-based workshops for kids and teens starting in late October at the Williamson County Performing Arts Center at Academy Park in Franklin.
Mercy Community Healthcare has begun offering in-school nursing services at New Hope Academy through a nurse who has been both a teacher and now a health care professional.
Sarcasm, insults, mocking, constant interruptions, accusations, eye rolling, raised voices and name calling. I found it painful to watch portions of the first Trump-Biden debate because it reminded me too much of some of the worst couples therapy sessions I’ve been apart of.
The nonprofit organization Waves will host its biannual fall fundraiser Thursday, Oct. 29, that will feature singer-songwriter Phil Vassar as well as an online auction.
Studio Tenn Theatre Company is launching a new educational offering that will give students the opportunity to train to work and study at the professional and collegiate level, according to a press release from the Franklin theater company.
The Friends of the Brentwood Library will hold a used book sale Friday through Sunday featuring hundreds of book and specialty items such as classical music and DVD's, many of which are still sealed.
The Williamson County Animal Center has added four spay and neuter clinic dates for outdoor cats, at no charge to the pet owner.
About a month ago, weary of continued semi-isolation, my wife and I began to think about a fall vacation. Because of canceled plans, we have a bunch of flight credit, so we considered all kinds of options.
The Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department is recognizing Fire Prevention Week with a virtual fire station tour and an educational campaign around fire safety in the kitchen.
The Friends of the Brentwood Library are hosting painter Mike Sowers and sculptures by the Tennessee Association of Woodturners at John P. Holt Brentwood Library for the month of October.
Starting Saturday, the annual thrill fest Millers Thrillers is set to kick off the Halloween season with a plethora of new attractions, including a high wire thrill show performed by the Pirates of the Colombian Caribbean, an overhauled Zombie Hayride, and the brand new Hillbilly Hollar Haun…
With the arrival of October, several farms in Williamson County are opening their gates and welcoming visitors to soak up the fall weather through agritourism.
The YMCA of Middle Tennessee President and CEO Dan Dummermuth announced his retirement set for early 2021 after a 34-year YMCA career spanning across the country.