Williamson County Animal Center in Franklin will resume its regular public hours Monday, and visitors will be asked to wear face protection and maintain social distancing as outlined in Gov. Bill Lee’s Tennessee Pledge and reopening plan.
Given the current circumstances from the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, The Heimerdinger Foundation’s annual Hope for Healing event will be reimagined as a “No Show” virtual fundraiser where supporters commit to donating to Meals 4 Health and Healing online or via mail Saturday, June 13.
The John P. Holt Brentwood Library is hosting a variety of virtual programs for the week of June 1-7 including a free financial workshop, CrafterZOOM and Gentle Yoga.MondayOrigami with Miss Stephanie is a free instructional video that will be posted each Monday at 4:30 p.m. showing a basic o…
The Williamson County Fair Board, with assistance provided by Friends of the Fair, recently purchased 1,503 gift cards from 37 locally owned businesses for a “Williamson County Fair Gives Back” initiative.
For those who participate in a community garden, satisfaction can come in getting to know your neighbors, learning more about the growing process and just plain digging in the dirt.
Williamson County Animal Center will have its monthly public rabies and microchip clinic Saturday from 9-11 a.m. at the shelter located on Claude Yates Drive in Franklin.
I’m shopping at my local grocery store, wearing a mask, and examining organic Double Stuf Oreos, when a middle-aged man with a beer belly and a stereotypical Southern accent, says in my direction, "Real men don't wear masks."
During Brentwood’s City Commission meeting on Monday night, Brentwood Mayor Rhea Little defended the city’s decision to cancel the annual Summer Concert Series and July 4th, Red, White and Boom celebration.
Brentwood Academy handed out diplomas to 109 graduates of the class of 2020 on Sunday evening, capping the end of a year disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic and sending graduates into the world.
Ravenwood High School students, faculty and families gathered on Saturday for a vehicle graduation parade to celebrate the accomplishments and milestones of the class of 2020.
A Franklin couple who were severely wounded in what Nashville Police called an unprovoked and random machete attack last week are recovering in the hospital while their neighbors have taken to prayer, charity and activism to support the couple and the first responders who saved their lives.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s third annual Preservation Symposium will be held June 26 from 1-5 p.m. and streamed live from the Franklin Theatre.
The John P. Holt Brentwood Library will reopen its doors to patrons on Tuesday, May 26, at 9 a.m., after having been closed since March 16 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Rotary Club of Brentwood has award four-year college scholarships to three local high school seniors and two additional scholarships to two more students.
In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the Tennessee Department of Agriculture has expanded its Pick Tennessee Products mobile app to give consumers more opportunities to connect to local farms and food businesses than ever before.
After an eight-week hiatus due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Williamson County Animal Center has resumed its Community Cat program designed to address the population of unaltered cats in the county.
When we take our eyes off ourselves and focus on someone else, blessing them with our care and compassion without any consideration of reward or acknowledgement, humans feel a deep sense of fulfillment and satisfaction.
On Friday members of the Hillsboro-Brentwood Exchange Club displayed 110 American flags on Franklin Road, which will stay up through Memorial Day.
For the past eight weeks Brentwood’s Zen Nails has been utilizing a team of volunteers to hand sew and donate fabric masks to front line medical workers in hospitals, nursing homes and clinics.
In light of the impact from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Williamson County Fair board has made the decision to cancel this year’s in-person fair and will spend time this summer working on plans for a virtual event.
The Ravenwood High School's marching band's largest fundraiser, the U.S Flag Service installations in celebration of Memorial Day, will continue as planned.
On Monday night, the Brentwood City Commission approved the installation of bicycle lanes on Granny White Pike when the road is repaved this summer.
A Williamson County Emergency Communications dispatcher has been credited with helping a Fairview woman deliver her baby while walking her through what she should do over the phone.