Bridges Domestic Violence Center will host this year's Annual Jokers and Jackpots Gala on November 5 with an 80's theme.
The lovely shock of cooler weather a couple days this week, along with the actual first day of fall, is coming alongside some chances to engage in fall fun with the family: In this week’s installment, you can plan a night away from the kids at a Parents Night Out, check out a family church c…
The Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival, in partnership with Williamson County Schools’ Entrepreneurship & Innovation Center (EIC), hosted the two finalists in its Battle of the Bands this past Saturday with the winner receiving a prized slot on the main stage of the festival.
The Nolensville Historical Society will hold a rummage sale on Saturday, Sept. 24 to benefit the continued restoration of the historic Morton-Brittain House.
Nolensville resident Elveta Cooper (classes of 1996 and 2000) has been awarded the Middle Tennessee State University True Blue Citations of Distinction for Service to the Community for 2022-23.
The end of September is approaching quickly, and the cooler temps are making going outside more bearable. This week we are featuring a little of the indoor and out: You can go dance at the Nashville Ballet at a free class, celebrate Hispanic culture at the Adventure Science Center or relax o…
The 26th Annual Chukkers for Charity polo match drew hundreds to Franklin's Orrin Ingram's Riverview Farm on Saturday to celebrate the sport, making this year's event the "most successful" in the history of the charity match, despite the rainy weather.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department is seeking the public's input on future funding for the county's various recreation facilities.
Franklin's K-9 Korral dog park inside of The Park at Harlinsdale Farm is closed until early October as crews set up for the 2022 Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival.
September is absolutely packed with family-friendly events in the Middle Tennessee area. And it’s a wide spectrum in this week’s edition of Five Free and Cheap things: You can check out art for a good cause at Starry Night, learn some karate at a free workshop or take the whole family for an…
The 2022 Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival is just weeks away, and they are still seeking volunteers to help make this year's event a success.
Battle Ground Academy is inviting members of the community to attend its upcoming parenting event and book talk Monday, Sept. 19, from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Sondra Morris and Robert N. Moore, Jr. ’52 Center for Arts and Entrepreneurship Theater.
The League of Women Voters of Williamson County will host Fairview High School teacher Kevin Sizemore during its September meeting, who will discuss student's ongoing education in the growing field of mechatronics.
September’s FrankTalks will take a look at community initiatives when the Franklin Tomorrow event is held next Monday at 9 a.m.
Fall brings lots of chances for fun in the Middle Tennessee area. From a fest at a spooky old mansion to a geocaching expedition to the chance to check out some cool heavy machinery, there’s plenty for the family to get into.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County recently held the Heritage Ball Patron Party at the home of Debbie and Michael W. Smith where the organization announced annual winners in three different categories.
To kick off the Halloween season early, the Lotz House is offering evening Ghost Tours of the house on Friday and most Saturday nights beginning Sept. 2 through October.
Crime Stoppers of Williamson County is inviting students in grades 9-12 throughout Williamson County to participate in a logo design competition.
The Franklin Light Opera Company will present its opening production for the 2022-23 season Friday through Sunday, Sept. 9-11, at the Williamson County Performing Arts Center.
Hundreds of Nolensville community members lined the greenway on Wednesday to celebrate the return of the Nolensville Little League team from the 2022 Little League World Series where they placed fourth overall and reached the American bracket championship.
After spending years upon years of photographing birds and learning about all the species on a daily basis, Leipers Fork resident Nathan Collie has just released his latest book that includes photos of 172 different birds and all the details that describe them.
A Lifetime movie is being filmed at CityPark Brentwood this week.The public is invited to watch the filming, and some extras are needed.
Two renowned historians will serve as guest speakers at Friday’s monthly Porch Talks hosted by the African American Heritage Society of Williamson County.
The Spring Hill Fire Department and Blood Assurance will host a mobile blood drive on Sunday, Sept. 11, the 21st anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Country music artist Phil Vassar will be the headline performer for the 11th annual Porchfest music festival at Westhaven Saturday, Oct. 1.
Considering the Factory at Franklin’s history dates back to 1929 and the 10-building campus is now seen as an important landmark in Williamson County, its owners are uncovering a number of artifacts as renovations continue.
As we move towards Labor Day, there is a noticeable difference in the amount of daylight in the evenings and as the temperatures and humidity start to become milder, spending time outside is about to become much more enjoyable!
It’s said that you can learn something about a person by examining their bookshelves, noting the authors and the topics of interest. If that’s true, then you can probably learn even more about a writer by looking at his bookshelves.
Family and friends of Franklin Police Lt. Scott Legieza are raising money to help the officer after he suffered a "significant heart attack" while on his honeymoon.
A daily newsletter to which I subscribe poses a question to readers at the end of each installment, sometimes serious, sometimes whimsical and sometimes mundane.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County has opened its History & Culture Center for private event rental use and has hired someone to specifically facilitate those rentals.
The Harpeth Hotel in downtown Franklin recently announced a songwriter’s round featuring Hall of Fame writer Roger Murrah on Tuesday, Aug. 30, from 7-9 p.m.
Seventeen-year-old Brentwood High School student Mia Morris performed again on America’s Got Talent's semifinals episode on Tuesday, where she received mixed reviews but showcased her range of talents.
The Republican Women of Williamson County hosted three Nolensville teens on Wednesday who the group recently sponsored to attend the 2022 Turning Point USA Young Women's Leadership Summit.
Tickets and sponsorships are now available for High Hopes Development Center’s eighth annual High Hopes & Hops fundraising event at Yee-Haw Brewing Company in Nashville Tuesday, Aug. 30, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The 11th annual Raise the Roofs fundraiser took place at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm on Saturday, raising more than $100,000 for Franklin’s future first inclusive playground, Ellie G’s Dream World.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation department will partner with the Williamson County Animal Center to host the fourth annual Bark ’n Splash Bash Saturday, Sept. 10, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Longview Recreation Center in Spring Hill.
The City of Brentwood donated $394,035 to Williamson County Schools and community service providers during Monday night's City Commission meeting.
Fresh off a more traditional production of Godspell, the Source One Five theater group heads off in a whole new direction with its next show from the 2022 season.