The Spring Hill Tractor Supply off of Main Street will be offering farm fresh eggs, bee traps, Amish baked goods and more this Saturday during its Saturday Farm Stand.
The City of Brentwood was recognized by the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County during the 2020 Preservation Awards for its work in preserving and restoring the historic slave cabins at Ravenswood Mansion.
Jason Alexander, the Tony and Grammy Award winner and Emmy nominee best known for playing George Costanza on "Seinfeld," will be among the featured guests in the July-August lineup of Studio Tenn’s weekly talk show, “Studio Tenn Talks: Theater Conversations with Patrick Cassidy.”
Friends of Williamson County Animal Center will be going virtual with its annual Pawsome Gala event Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Brentwood United Methodist Church will host a variety of programs addressing race and faith throughout the summer.
The Brentwood Franklin Woman’s Service Club is holding their annual Ornament Sale, which according to a news release, will benefit the arts, conservation, education, home life, international outreach and public issues in the community.
In the wake of Broadway’s extended closure and the decisions of many Middle Tennessee organizations to shutter for the foreseeable future because of the coronavirus outbreak, the Pull-Tight Theatre’s board of directors announced Tuesday that Franklin’s live theater venue will remain closed t…
Seven members of the Hot Shots of Tennessee competition jump rope team qualified for the first-ever U.S. National Team that will compete at the inaugural International Jump Rope Union World Championships.
The Downtown Franklin Rotary Club continues to be recognized for its community leadership, as evidenced by honors it received at the recent District 6760 conference.
Bridges Domestic Violence Center has made the decision to cancel its largest annual fundraiser, the Jokers & Jackpots Gala.
Longtime Franklin resident Jeff LeCates was sitting on the couch watching TV with his wife and son Saturday night when their dog, Roux, began acting abnormally.
With Independence Day celebrations across the county impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many people are relying on their own fireworks displays including some neighborhoods who are pooling resources to put on shows that could rival the professional events that have since been cancele…
The Brentwood Library continues with its event offerings for the week of July 6 through July 12. Check out all of the events below. Monday Origami with Miss Stephanie is a free online instructional video will be posted each Monday at 4:30 p.m. showing a basic origami project.View past projec…
As the annual Spring Hill Fourth of July Bicycle Parade has been canceled, residents may have to take Independence Day celebrations into their own hands: enter Port Royal Fireworks and Nine Fingers Fireworks.
In the garden he began growing well more than a decade ago, Jim Brackett has planted beans, peas, tomatoes, lettuce, corn, squash, okra, onions and just about any other vegetable found in gardens across Williamson County.
Rian Johnson has fancied himself the master of subversion, and his 2019 ballyhooed whodunnit Knives Out became one of the new genre films of the last 10 years to register both critical/Oscar love and shocking returns at the box office.
With sanctioned Fourth of July fireworks displays canceled in most local communities due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Williamson County Animal Center urges the community to consider the impact of fireworks on animals.
The Friends of the Brentwood Library are preparing for their next used book sale beginning Wednesday, July 8, with rare books and new health and safety precautions.
Williamson County Historian Rick Warwick will be presenting the second lecture in a year-long Warwick Lecture Series hosted by the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County Tuesday, July 7, from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Franklin Theatre.
Dr. Andre Churchwell, who serves as chief diversity officer for both Vanderbilt University and the Vanderbilt University Medical Center, will be guest speaker for the next FrankTalks lecture hosted by Franklin Tomorrow and scheduled for July 13 as a Zoom webinar.
The Williamson County Fair Association is preparing for a virtual Fair experience in lieu of an in-person event this year, including online intake of competitive events entries for Youth divisions beginning Wednesday.
The Battle of Franklin Trust announced Monday that Kay and Roderick Heller of Franklin, through the Heller Family Foundation, have committed to fund the balance needed to complete the statue of the U.S Colored Troops soldier on the Franklin town square.
Eight new members have joined the High Hopes Development Center’s board of directors for the 2020-21 academic year, adding to a group of community advocates and parents to assist the organization with providing high level guidance for strategic planning, fundraising and other organizational …
The Williamson County Public Library will host an digital preview of the two-part American Experience documentary 'The Vote,' followed by a panel discussion with producers and experts from the film on Monday, June 29.
Many of you have received your first large electric bill of the season reflecting the temperature change and although you are enjoying the beautiful hot days after being cooped up for months, you aren’t enjoying the high energy bills.
Kids must dedicate themselves to years of study and performance before there is any direct application for the career they will eventually pursue. It is asking a lot of teenagers.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department is offering a variety of youth art, dance, general recreation and performing arts summer camps in July.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department has announced an expansion to the Brentwood Indoor Sports Complex, including a new group fitness studio and four outdoor pickleball courts.