The Williamson County Election Commission held a hand-count performance audit following the Nov. 8 general election which showed 100% accuracy in the county’s election results, a change in procedure that will soon be seen state-wide.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is leading a multi-agency investigation into the discovery of human skeletal remains in a wooded area on Saturday.
Tenn. Gov. Bill Lee has appointed sitting Kentucky State Sen. Dr. Ralph Alvarado as commissioner for the Tennessee Department of Health beginning Jan. 16, 2023, following the resignation of TDH Commissioner Dr. Lisa Piercey who led the department throughout the heights of the ongoing pandemic.
The owners of the now closed Franklin Gun Shop pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice and making false entries regarding the disposition of firearms in Federal court on Tuesday.
Franklin Road (State Route 6) in Williamson County now has five lanes of traffic open, just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday travel period, but some work remains to complete the multi-year construction project.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation will suspend all lane closures on state highways and interstates during the Thanksgiving holiday in anticipation of higher traffic volumes across the state.
The City of Brentwood and Brentwood Fire and Rescue will hold a grand opening and push-in ceremony of the newly-constructed BFR Station 5 on Dec. 17.
Dozens of Ukrainian nationals gathered in Franklin on Nov. 10 and 11 for the Nashville Consultation on Ukraine, a conference featuring Ukrainian faith leaders and politicians. About 15 of the leaders flew to the U.S. from the war-torn country to discuss the role they hope American Christians…
The City of Brentwood’s Special Election is set for January 12, 2023, in order to fill the seat left vacant following the death of Commissioner Regina Smithson in July.
The City of Franklin and the Franklin Special Schools District held a joint ribbon cutting ceremony on November 4 for the unveiling of the a pair of new athletic venues.
Franklin Preservation Partners, a newly formed group with the "purpose of preserving Franklin’s open space and historical heritage through private-sector initiatives" announced the purchase of Franklin's historic Creekside property in an effort to preserve the open space.
The Factory at Franklin has received another visual upgrade in their ongoing renovation with the repainting of the iconic water tower from green to red.
The League of Women Voters of Williamson County will hold their next program on Nov. 16 featuring guest speaker Sue Johnson who will speak about media literacy.
Election Day 2022 is here, and the results are rolling in across the state. With a number of races and one referendum on the ballot in Williamson County, we have rounded up tonight's results and will be updating throughout the evening.
Tenn. Gov. Bill Lee's reelection campaign bus tour made its last stop in Franklin on the eve of the 2022 midterm election where he framed Tennessee as the example of the future of governance nationwide.
Davidson County saw 94,600 votes cast during early voting for the Nov. 8, 2022, general election, according to the Davidson County Election Commission, a lower turnout than the 2018 midterm election which saw 162,256 votes cast in Davidson County.
A section of downtown Franklin will be closed on the evening of Monday, Oct. 31, in order to provide a safe environment for trick or treaters for Halloween.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol is seeking the public's help in identifying the driver of an SUV that they said was involved in a "serious injury" hit-and-run crash involving a pedestrian last week.
Old Smyrna Road in Brentwood reopened on Wednesday night after it was closed for more than 30 hours following Tuesday's single-engine plane crash that killed one man.
Update (11:15 a.m.): The National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration are investigating a fatal plane crash that killed one person on Tuesday morning.
Updates to Brentwood's Maryland Farms Eastpark Development will include restaurant, retail space and new hotel to open 2024.
GraceWorks Ministries held a ceremonial lease signing last week giving the non-profit an extension on their search for an expanded permanent home.
Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury has named Kim Randell as CEO and Jennee Galland as President and COO following the departure of Becket Moore after a decade of serving in the roles of President and COO.
A fire "significantly damaged" Franklin's Los Compadres Mexican grocery store and restaurant on Monday night.
The Williamson County Democratic Party held their Hugh Williamson Unity Picnic on Saturday, drawing around 100 voters and supporters at Franklin's Strahl Street Park to hear remarks from Democratic candidates just one month before the 2022 general election.
The Franklin Fire Department (FFD) is investigating the cause of a fire that caused significant damage to a townhome in the Del Rio Commons, located on Alexander Drive, early Tuesday morning.
Conservative activist organization Turning Point USA brought its Made in America Tour to Franklin last week, where dozens of Williamson County students gave self-proclaimed “conservative creator and social sensation” Benny Johnson the rockstar treatment as he spoke about how to fight the “cu…
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office has partnered with Volunteer Behavioral Health Care System to provide a mental health co-responder in an effort to expand their capabilities to handle rising mental health calls.