A couple of area food truck owners are partnering to host a fundraiser for the Merrill-Williams House on Natchez Street Saturday, Aug. 14, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the parking lot of Limestone Baptist Church in Franklin.
Deborah Varallo, president of the Varallo Public Relations firm she founded 30 years ago, will be the featured speaker at next Tuesday’s FrankTalks lecture at the Eastern Flank Park event facility in Franklin.
As the annual Williamson County Fair quickly approaches, fairgoers are encouraged to save time and money by buying tickets online.
Tennessee's First Lady Maria Lee joined Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance Commissioner Carter Lawrence and members of the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office last week to deliver food, cleaning supplies and smoke alarms to volunteer firefighters in Williamson County.
The Brentwood Franklin Woman’s Service Club is holding its annual ornament sale, which will benefit the arts, conservation, education, home life, international outreach and public issues in the community.
The Southern-inspired flavors and seasonally driven ingredients that launched Hattie Jane’s Creamery into the fastest-growing small-batch craft ice cream brand in Middle Tennessee will be available for nationwide shipping on Aug. 1.
Tennessee’s Ag Tag license plate hit the streets 25 years ago, and thanks to citizens who support agriculture in this way, 2021 has been a record-breaking year.
Blood Assurance, the Chattanooga-based nonprofit blood center serving more than 70 health care facilities across five states, will add one more donor center when it opens its new facility in Franklin in mid-August.
Smyrna-based Contour Airlines announced Wednesday that it has finalized details for its previously planned service connecting Nashville and Indianapolis.
Officials with Whataburger have announced that by 2022’s conclusion, eight of the burger-and-fry-focused fast-food eateries will be open in the Nashville area, joining a sister operation that will be operational this fall in Hermitage.
Friends of Williamson County Animal Center will host its third annual “An Evening with Friends” fundraiser Thursday, Aug. 26, at the Eastern Flank Event Center located at 1368 Eastern Flank Circle in Eastern Battlefield Park.
Health Connect America, a Franklin-based provider of mental and behavioral health services, has recently introduced a program that helps individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities gain skills to create more personal independence.
The Maury County-based blood bank Blood Assurance will be present this weekend at the Lifest music festival in Bon Aqua, just outside of Fairview, and will be giving out a variety of prizes to donors.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation department is hosting a variety of art, dance, music and general recreation programs for children, teens, adults and seniors at recreation centers across the county.
Considered by many to be “the best night out all year,” Wine Down Main Street returns to downtown Franklin Saturday, Nov. 6, from 7-10 p.m.
Resurrection: A Journey Tribute closed out the 2021 Carnton Summer Concert Series on Sunday and brought the classic 80s and 90s tunes to hundreds of attendees who didn't let the evening rain stop them dancing.
By day, Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson is all about fiscal management, committee meetings and plenty of public appearances.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the rehabilitation and reopening of the historic Franklin Theatre, the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County is inviting fans and supporters to a night of celebration Saturday, Aug. 7.
Experience Spring Hill, the Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce's largest annual event that features dozens of vendors, games and activities, saw hundreds flock to Spring Hill High School Saturday for the grand return to being in-person.
The city of Franklin is poised to become the first Tennessee Smart Yards Community as it is working toward certification through the University of Tennessee Extension Smart Yards program.