The Williamson County Fair has once again been recognized among the best internationally for excellence and innovation at the 2021 Fair, according to a press release.
Williamson Medical Center (WMC) in Franklin has seen a spike in its number of COVID-19 inpatients, with the hospital treating 14 patients for the virus as of Tuesday, Nov. 23.
The state of Tennessee is reminding Tennesseans to practice safe cooking habits for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.
Tennessee Department of Veterans Services Deputy Commissioner Michael Scholes, a retired U.S. Army brigadier general, spoke at the Old Natchez Country Club this week to advocate for greater outreach and support for Tennessee's veterans.
The Build Back Better Act, a sweeping $1.9 trillion bill aimed at improving the United States' social safety nets, saw the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) Thursday conclude that the bill would increase the country's deficit by $367 billion over a 10-year period.
Downtown Franklin is gearing up for two full days of Victorian and Dickens-inspired celebrations as the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County hosts its 36th annual Dickens of a Christmas Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 11-12.
Tennessee's unemployment rate for the month of October was revealed on Thursday to have dropped to 4.2 percent, the single-lowest monthly unemployment rate since the onset of the pandemic.
End Slavery Tennessee held a community program, Technology, Trafficking and Teens, at the Brentwood Library on Wednesday evening, offering parents and teens information and resources to protect against the threat of human trafficking.
When her two young children started showing fear at bedtime and waking up through the night, Franklin resident Kathleen Davis searched high and low for a book that might help.
Tennessee emerged as the winner in a nationwide scramble to attract more than $5.6 billion in investment from Ford Motor Co. and SK Innovation, a South Korean battery maker, to manufacture electric vehicles and batteries on a tract of land 40 miles northeast of downtown Memphis.
Long considered a key component of the American Dream, homeownership is quickly growing out of reach for many lower-income Williamson County residents, with the county exhibiting some of the most drastic increases in housing costs in the entire state.
Michael D. Mosely, who is accused of killing two Williamson County men and injuring another in December 2019, was scheduled to face trial on Monday.
A Nashville and a Madison man were arrested on Sunday, Nov. 7, after police said that they robbed Home Depot with the use of an electroshock weapon.
Around 30 people - the majority of them residents of Williamson County - gathered in front of the Tennessee State Capitol Wednesday night, all of them sharing a common goal: to urge the Gallatin Police Department to launch a new investigation into the death of Grant Solomon.
Flood Ready Tennessee, a group of Tennessee mayors, emergency managers, homeowners and business leaders advocating for a state-wide flood preparedness plan, announced recently that Franklin Mayor Ken Moore has joined the coalition.
After a short delay in receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children, the Williamson County Health Department began administering the vaccine to children aged 5-11 on Wednesday.
This week, Williamson Medical Center launched a new campaign called "Crutch it Forward" as a means to solicit donations of crutches to help offset a shortage onset by the ongoing supply chain crisis.
State Rep. Glen Casada, who represents eastern Williamson County, announced on Wednesday that he would not seek re-election in 2022, marking the end of his almost 20-year career in the state legislature.
The Governor’s Council for Judicial Appointments is now accepting applications for the Tennessee Supreme Court seat left vacant by the death of Justice Cornelia Clark.
On Monday, Sen. Marsha Blackburn spoke to recent ongoings in the President Joe Biden administration following a meeting with Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson.
The rally is scheduled to be held in front of the State Capitol Wednesday at 5 p.m., and comes shortly after an online petition demanding police reopen an investigation into Grant's death received 5,000 signatures.
Wilson Pike Circle Crossing in Brentwood will be closed for the majority of the week while CSX conducts railroad crossing repairs.
To commemorate Veterans Day, Blood Assurance will salute the nation’s heroes this upcoming week by donating money to The Blood Center of America’s Special Forces Wounded Warrior Fund (SFWWF).
A Missouri man is facing a slew of criminal charges after Brentwood Police said he fled two traffic stops, struck two BPD patrol vehicle and nearly ran over two police officers.
Dolan's Venue in Arrington, a sprawling 22-acre event venue that opened in July of last year, was listed online for sale Wednesday with an asking price of roughly $3 million.
Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery, along with the attorneys general of Ohio and Kentucky, is suing the Biden administration over its vaccine mandate for federal contractors.
The Williamson County Health Department is expecting to begin offering the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5-11 next week.
This week's meeting of the Spring Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen saw city leaders voice their full support of honoring the late Austin Corbett through either naming a street in his honor, or erecting a memorial near the entrance of Summit High School.
Conservative figures, including American actress Leigh-Allyn Baker, congressional candidate Robby Starbuck and radio personality Clay Travis, spoke at The Factory at Franklin Tuesday night during a kickoff event for a newly formed conservative political action committee.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended administering the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5-11.
More than 80 bills were proposed in recent weeks as part of a larger effort to curb COVID-19 restrictions across the state, with a large bill being passed by the Tennessee legislature over the weekend during the special session.
The recently launched political action committee Williamson Families will be holding a kickoff event in Franklin on Tuesday, with conservative figures Clay Travis, Robby Starbuck and Landon Starbuck set to be the event's featured speakers.
As new cases of COVID-19 continue to drop in Williamson County and throughout the state, Williamson Medical Center is treating among its lowest number of COVID-19 patients in months, just three as of Friday.
A bill seemingly headed toward law at the Tennessee General Assembly would give banks in Tennessee more latitude when it comes to handling the billions of dollars currently being processed by local governments via the American Rescue Plan.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the emergency use authorization of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5-11.
Counterfeit pills are the newest face of the opioid crisis and all across Tennessee law enforcement agencies are warning about their risks and the role of fentanyl in the state's rising overdose deaths.