Several first responders were recognized on Monday during National EMS Week for their life-saving efforts and dedication to the citizens of Williamson County.
As someone who enjoys telling a good story, Liz Zinke feels right at home as the managing director of the Downtown Franklin Association.
It is my hope to come up with a summer reading list to share with you in the next month or so, especially since more of you should be traveling this summer and you’ll need something on the light side to entertain you as you sit by the beach watching and listening to the waves, or as you recl…
The Catholic Schools Office of the Diocese of Nashville was awarded a $10,000 grant this week from the Nashville Predators Foundation to support the Hand in Hand Options program of the diocese.
Just in time for summer, I Love Juice Bar has launched three limited-edition smoothie flavors, combining some of its most popular flavor profiles into colorful novelties, available now through Aug. 8.
The Friends of the Williamson County Public Library will have its first fully stocked book sale since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic as shoppers are welcome to the library’s main branch Friday and Saturday.
A pre-COVID, grass-roots movement reconvenes for the first time since the quarantine on Franklin's monuments, critical race theory and the myth of a post-racial America.
Local bakers, raisers, makers and creators can now begin planning their competitive events entries for the 2021 Williamson County Fair.
This morning when I saw the headline “Biden Admin Faces Lack of Icebreakers, Increasing Russian and Chinese Threats in Arctic,” I knew that I had to volunteer my expertise and serve my country. As someone who has led small groups for decades, I’ve had a lot of experience with icebreakers. I…
After graduating from Lipscomb University and Harvard Law School in the early nineties, he worked for two prestigious law firms, one in New York and one in his home state of Kentucky. He also lectured at Cornell Law School.
In its eighth year, and during a pandemic no less, the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee's annual day of giving raised more than $4.2 million for nonprofits in the area.
As he and a visitor walked the grounds of First Presbyterian Church in Franklin one sunny afternoon, Jim Mahurin stopped within eyesight of a hackberry tree that had just recently been planted.
Leiper’s Fork artist Anne Goetze is hosting the third in a series of art exhibitions that will feature not only her artwork but also those of other visual artists from Williamson County and elsewhere in Middle Tennessee.
After a year of no craft fairs, Tennessee Craft will be back on the Great Lawn of Nashville’s Centennial Park to host its 50th Annual Spring Tennessee Craft Fair.
To help mark May as Mental Health Awareness Month, the next FrankTalks lecture will focus on that very topic as community leaders in the mental health realm serve as panelists.
From the 21st District Recovery Court to the Williamson Medical Foundation, and just about every nonprofit in between, some 100 organizations in Williamson County will be participating in the Big Payback’s eighth annual event Wednesday and Thursday, May 5-6.
Buff City Soap, a plant-based soap brand known for its handcrafted bath and body products made in-store daily by local soap artisans using natural ingredients, will open its first store in Williamson County Thursday on Mallory Lane in Franklin.
Volunteers are needed to help with the inaugural Bourbon & Bubbles Fest, a consumer tasting event hosted by iHeartMedia Nashville that benefits Friends of Franklin Parks.
The Friends of the Williamson County Public Library will hold its first fully stocked book sale since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic more than a year ago.
The Southern Festival of Books has announced that its 33rd annual fest will be a hybrid, offering virtual as well as in-person events on Oct. 9 and 10.
The Rotary Club of Brentwood awarded five local nonprofits with $5,000 checks on Friday to help them continue to help others in the Williamson County and Middle Tennessee communities.
Nolensville's Wheeler's Raid Distillery hosted a benefit concert on Thursday night that raised money and support for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and featured county musicians Craig Campbell and Ava Paige.
To help celebrate older Americans through the month of May, FiftyForward will be holding a variety of activities beginning Saturday.
In celebration of Goodwill Week that will happen May 3-7, Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee will host numerous events at its nine Career Solutions centers across the region.
Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant has announced an updated menu that features an array of returning classics and new offerings, including breakfast favorites, mains and sides, desserts and a signature fruit tea.