Small Business Saturday will take place this Saturday in an effort to encourage shoppers to support small businesses for the tenth year in a row as the 2020 holiday shopping season kicks off.
The Spring Hill chapter of the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) - known as the Spring Station Woman's Club - saw Grecian Family Restaurant throw a fundraiser this month on their behalf, donating a portion of all proceeds towards the woman's organization.
The Williamson County Solid Waste Department was among seven award recipients honored during Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee’s 2020 Impact Week.
Brentwood United Methodist Church will host an outdoor Christmas tree lighting on Dec. 6 as part of their Brentwood Christmas Village.
While the annual Christmas tree lighting in downtown Franklin typically draws scores of people to the town square for a celebration, the coronavirus pandemic has put a damper on the tradition this year.
Southwest Airlines will begin nonstop service from Nashville International Airport to Sarasota/Bradenton, Florida, and Savannah (Georgia)/Hilton Head (S.C.), all markets for which are new to the airline.
The Franklin Police Department said goodbye to a longtime police officer on Friday who retired after a 25-year career with the department.
From 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 21, the Vintage615 boutique store in Spring Hill will see old Saint Nick appear for free photo opportunities with kids and families.
GraceWorks, One Generation Away and The Well Outreach are teaming up to provide food for struggling families with a Thanksgiving meal.
Williamson County non-profit Build Her A Bridge is working to further aid teen girls in Williamson County with a new mentorship program and counseling opportunities at the start of the new year.
High Hopes Development Center will host its 11th annual Strings, Stories & Supper (formerly Strings & Stories) fundraiser, with a new twist designed to overcome the challenges of 2020.
Franklin resident Judy Beaudin, owner of Scrumptious Catering and a competitive cook and baker, cooked and stirred her way to victory last week in the first World Food Championships Virtual Food Sport Competition.
Nolensville's Shelli Huether, a Lieutenant Colonel in the Tennessee Air National Guard who died in a plane crash with two other service members, will be remembered with a virtual race this weekend.
The Williamson County Animal Center and Darrell Waltrip Subaru in Franklin are teaming up for “Share the Love,” a holiday sales event Nov. 19 through Jan. 4.
The City of Brentwood will host a variety of holiday events including the annual Christmas tree lighting which will be held virtually this year.
The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee has expanded its leadership team with the addition of two new staff persons, according to a press release sent Wednesday.
Longtime Franklin resident Steve Baum was recently elected to the national board of directors for the American Liver Foundation, 11 years after he had undergone not only a liver transplant but had also received a new kidney in the same surgery.
Grecian Family Restaurant will be kicking off its all-day fundraiser for Dan Hester, a Spring Hill resident currently battling COVID-19 on life support, Thursday morning at 7 a.m.
The National Fire Protection Association is reminding individuals and families to take precautions in the kitchen when gathering for Thanksgiving.
Tom Lawrence, longtime radio newsman and personality, was named the recipient of the Charles M. Sargent Legacy Award during Franklin Tomorrow’s 14th Annual Exemplary Community Volunteer Awards virtual event Tuesday night.
The Lotz House will host reenactors from the 33rd Alabama regiment on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 4-5, in the Fourth Annual Living History event.
The Friends of the Williamson County Public Library nonprofit is holding a children’s pop-up book sale on Friday and Saturday in the lobby of the Main Branch of the library in Franklin.
Nolensville will host the second annual Merry and Bright Hometown Holiday Parade and Hometown Holiday Decorating Contest in December.
The Battle of Franklin Trust recently announced additional tour times leading up to the annual illumination ceremony that will take place on the anniversary of the Battle of Franklin Monday, Nov. 30.
As the stress of the holiday season begins to mesh with the anxiety of the coronavirus pandemic, a new self-guided walking tour in Franklin might be the answer for easing tensions.
The Washtopia car wash in Spring Hill will be holding a fundraiser Saturday benefiting the Tennessee Children's Home, with a CD's BBQ food truck onsite from lunch until evening.