The Williamson County Health Department will move its COVID-19 vaccine distribution from the Williamson County Agricultural Center to a new location at 1405-A Brookwood Avenue on July 1.
As Independence Day approaches, the City of Franklin and the City of Brentwood are reminding residents that consumer fireworks are illegal in both jurisdictions, but residents still have the opportunity to see professional firework displays.
More than 30 people gathered in downtown Franklin Tuesday to rally in support of Gracie Solomon, a 14-year-old girl who is alleged to have suffered sexual and physical abuse at the hands of her father, former WSMV Channel 4 News anchor Aaron Solomon.
The City of Brentwood will host a public information meeting for residents interested in learning more about the acquisition or elevation of their homes through the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program following this spring's flood that damaged many homes.
Rob Rogers, who has been acting lead pastor at Franklin's Grace Chapel Church since Steve Berger's departure from the role earlier this year, addressed on Sunday recent allegations that church staff had ignored reports of abuse, calling them "blatantly and demonstrably false."
Brentwood Fire and Rescue responded to two cardiac arrests over the weekend, including one incident that killed a man at Crockett Park on Saturday.
The Williamson County Republican Party announced Monday that former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will be a featured guest during an upcoming event in Franklin.
The City of Brentwood and the Brentwood Police Department were joined by dozens of community members from Brentwood and the greater Williamson County and Middle Tennessee communities to honor fallen BPD Officer Destin Legieza on the one year anniversary of his death.
Franklin's Grace Chapel Church's lawyers at Crain Law Group sent a cease and desist letter on Wednesday to Shannon Ashely, an online blogger, after the writer published a lengthy story alleging "evangelical abuse" against the Franklin church.
Just 82 Williamson County residents filed for unemployment last week according to the latest unemployment data released from the Tennessee Department of Labor on Thursday.
The U.S. Department of Education has announced the approval of 18,000 borrower defense repayments which will cancel student loan debt for some former students of ITT Technical Institute.
The National Transportation Safety Board released their preliminary report on last month’s private jet crash that killed seven Brentwood community members.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is warning citizens of a new phone scam that is alleging to be a representative of the TBI's own human trafficking task force.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with the National Shooting Sports Foundation and the Professional Outdoor Media Association to promote Project ChildSafe, which will see firearm safety kits provided free of charge to Williamson County residents.
On Tuesday, June 22, at 1 p.m., supporters of Gracie Solomon, who has mounted allegations of abuse against her father Aaron Solomon, will gather outside the Williamson County Court House as a hearing regarding the Solomon family is slated to happen that day.
The Tennessee Department of Health has now reported a total of 865,085 cases of COVID-19 across the state, up 140 cases on Monday from 8,494 new test results — a 2.2 percent positivity rate.
From serving as the Williamson County attorney to opening his own law practice, Richard 'Rick' Buerger has been described as something of an icon in Williamson County.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced recently that Williamson Medical Center has received a five-star rating in 2021.
Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant has been named the Official BBQ of Nashville Superspeedway, according to a press release from A. Marshall Hospitality.
Spring Hill High School students Alicia and Jaqueline Dinwiddie will be just two of 51 students across the country to have their National History Day competition submissions be featured in the Smithsonian Exhibit Showcase later this month.
Industrial hemp growers in Tennessee are required to renew their licenses with the Tennessee Department of Agriculture by June 30, according to a release from the department.
The Brentwood Police Department and Nolensville Police Department charged a 17-year-old boy after police said that the unidentified teen stole a vehicle from a Brentwood automotive repair shop on Monday before that vehicle crashed into several parked vehicles in Nolensville.
Tennessee's annual sales tax holiday kicks off on July 30, but this year a new, long-term addition will be made with a sales tax exemption on gun safes and gun safety devices from July 1, 2021, through June 2022.
Moms for Liberty says the curriculum teaches elements of CRT through assigned reading material, including Separate is Never Equal, a book that describes a Hispanic family's attempt to end segregation in schools, and Ruby Bridges Goes to School, a book that tells the story of the first Black child to intergrade into a New Orleans school.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced a variety of road construction projects through June 16 across Williamson County and Middle Tennessee:
The City of Brentwood will hold a ceremony next Friday to rename a segment of Franklin Road for Brentwood Police Department's only officer to die in the line of duty, Officer Destin Legieza.
The City of Brentwood will host their second pop-up vaccine event on Saturday, June 12, to distribute both doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
Update (1:38 p.m.): The off ramp to Moores Lane from Interstate 65 Southbound in Brentwood has been reopened following a motor vehicle crash.
While unemployment in Williamson County and Tennessee at large has steadily improved over the past few months, last week saw a slight uptick in the number of county residents filing for unemployment for their first time.