The insect known as Emerald Ash Borer (aka EAB) has recently invaded Tennessee and is threatening the ash trees in our area. Identifying if you have an ash tree on your property is the first step to knowing if you need a treatment plan or if you will need to have them taken down before the t…
Blood Assurance is urging all eligible donors to make an appointment to donate blood this week to prepare for traumas, natural disasters and regularly scheduled transfusions to help patients in need.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County has announced that its three main annual festivals will be overseen by the Downtown Franklin Association and its new managing director, Liz Zinke.
Coming from a large family and a musical one at that, Franklin resident Elley Shaw wanted to make a name for herself.
Dr. Joanna Walsh of Goose Creek Pet Hospital in Franklin has been honored as the “Young Veterinarian of the Year” by the Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association.
The Franklin Fire Department unveiled a new road in honor of the department's first paid, career African American firefighter, John Fitzgerald.
The 11th annual Battle of the Minds Sarah Bayrd American History Bowl took place on Thursday night, pitting students from six Williamson County Schools against each other in a Jeopardy-style game of facts and fast buzzer fingers.
Frothy Monkey’s first Wine Down Wednesday of the year will take place on March 3, which also marks the one-year anniversary of the 2020 Nashville Tornado.
Southwest Airlines announced Thursday it will offer nonstop service connecting Nashville International Airport to the Destin-Fort Walton Beach Airport beginning May 6.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation is offering a variety of new performing arts programs for youth, teens and adults.
Considering the number of services and infrastructure elements that have been added over the past 13 years, the city of Franklin has been able to keep energy costs at a relatively low level.
Consumer interest in purchasing local is at an all-time high, and the long-standing Pick Tennessee Products program announced recently a refreshed logo for Tennessee food businesses, farmers markets and agritourism.
The Williamson County Animal Center looks to be a busy place Friday and Saturday as two separate events are scheduled for pet owners across the county.
High Hopes Development Center will continue this year to host its bi-weekly Supper Club, a fundraising effort it began in 2020 that has not only benefited the nonprofit itself but also the restaurants that participate.
The Franklin Fire Department has rescheduled the unveiling of a new road for the department's first paid, career African American firefighter, John Fitzgerald, to this Friday, Feb. 26, at 1 p.m.
It's time for our readers to cast their votes!At the Williamson Home Page, we know just how much you love your county. And our new readers' choice contest — Williamson’s Best — is going to give you a chance to show just how much.Got a favorite local burger joint? How about a beloved local re…
James “Jim” Burgin, a longtime Williamson County volunteer who always brought joy to locals at Christmas through live readings, died Feb. 15 at the age of 81.
The Old Spaghetti Factory, a national chain but a downtown Nashville institution, will not be reopening in the Second Avenue North building from which it operated for 40 years and which suffered major damage from the Christmas Day bombing.
The Nashville Predators and American Red Cross will be hosting multiple blood drives in Williamson County next week.
After being postponed in 2020 before being officially canceled altogether, the Rock ‘n’ Roll Nashville Marathon & ½ Marathon has met the same fate in 2021.
For three weeks only, bidders have the opportunity to own a piece of Hollywood and music royalty, with proceeds going to support the preservation and education efforts of the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County.
It has been almost a year since many people started working exclusively from home. Some may have already been working from home on occasion or full-time by choice. It was a nice balance and enjoyable. There were already some established routines and it was a nice break from office life bu…