A Williamsburg, Va., man has been indicted by a Williamson County Grand Jury on a charge of sexual exploitation of a minor after prosecutors allege that he was in possession of child pornography while in Williamson County last year.
Williamson County will receive federal disaster assistance following severe weather and flooding that impacted the state from March 25 through April 3 2021.
As gas prices have crept higher over the past week following the recent cyber attack on the nation’s largest refined oil pipeline, panic buying has caused some concerns for businesses and individuals, but so far local governments are managing the challenge.
Several dozen community members gathered last week to remember the life of Jacob Griffin, who was shot and killed in a standoff with the Metro Nashville Police Department while Griffin was experiencing a mental health crisis.
As of this week, Williamson Medical Center (WMC) in Franklin is currently treating 10 patients for COVID-19, three of them being treated in the intensive care unit.
Alderman Dana McLendon announced at Tuesday’s Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen work session that he would like to withdraw an ordinance he had previously requested that would restrict street vendors, performers or musicians from engaging in activities within 50 feet of an approved café i…
Still recovering from March’s severe thunderstorms, Brentwood residents entreated city commissioners to change a current ordinance to allow decks to be built on riverfront and river-adjacent homes.
The City of Brentwood will host a free two-day, pop-up vaccine event on May 22 and June 12 to distribute both doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
Gov. Bill Lee announced on Tuesday his plans to terminate Tennessee's participation in federal pandemic unemployment programs, meaning Tennesseans will no longer see the additional $300 in weekly unemployment benefits effective July 3.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office announced that an inmate died of “an apparent suicide” while in custody at the Williamson County Jail in Franklin on Monday.
Kevin Riggs, a pastor at Franklin Community Church, released a public statement last week condemning Republican state leaders for voting to reduce the amount of time Tennesseans can receive unemployment benefits from 26 weeks to 12 weeks.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is offering COVID-19 funeral assistance aimed at reimbursing some costs accrued by those who have lost loved ones from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Gov. Bill Lee visited Fairview High School on Friday and met with students participating in the school's mechatronics program, a technical training program that allows for students to earn an associate's degree from Columbia State Community College upon their high school graduation.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced a variety of road construction projects through May 12 across Williamson County and Middle Tennessee:
One week after approving a $42.6 billion annual spending plan, the Tennessee General Assembly on Wednesday wrapped up the rest of its legislative business for the year by passing bills dealing with medical marijuana, constitutional challenges to state statutes, unemployment benefits and the …
The Williamson County Emergency Management Agency recognized county staff and volunteers who’ve spent the last year working on the COVID-19 public information line.
The number of Williamson County residents who filed for unemployment last week dropped below 100 for the first time since January, and is only the fourth such instance since the pandemic began.
Despite the fact that Spring Hill city leaders had already voted to enter contract negotiations for the management of Rippavilla Planation with The Battle of Franklin Trust, a woman speaking on behalf of several historic preservation groups urged city leaders to reconsider its plans.
Law enforcement agencies across Middle Tennessee took part in lasts month's Operation 40 to 40 aimed at saving lives on Tennessee's roadways, specifically on I-840 from Dickson County to Wilson County.
With the Tennessee General Assembly set to wrap up its annual business this week, bills related to medical marijuana, the statewide judicial system and unemployment benefits are among those whose fortunes are rising and falling rapidly.
Released just after 8 p.m. on Tuesday, the final results for the 2021 Brentwood city election show that voters sent incumbents Mark Gorman, Rhea Little and Regina Smithson back to City Commission for another four years.