The Williamson County Sheriff's Office announced the graduation of seven deputies from the department's Detention Training Academy in September.
Unite Williamson, which was founded in the wake of a mass shooting in South Carolina, will hold its fourth annual prayer breakfast Saturday morning at 9.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation department’s Therapeutics Division hosts a variety of recreation programs on an ongoing basis for children, adolescents, young adults and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
After a year’s hiatus, the Music Country Grand Prix, a premier Olympic-style equestrian jumping competition, returns Saturday, Oct. 23, at Brownland Farm in Franklin.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office has plenty of technology at its disposal, but when it comes to locating missing community members, especially those with cognitive disorders, simpler tech has proved to be better.
If 19 months' worth of couchbound pandemic moviegoing hasn't left you pining for Daniel Craig flooring it in his Aston Martin, guzzling copious amounts of martini, offing bad guys left and right, and doing so suspiciously without getting a wrinkle in his blazer, you’re a stronger person than I am.
Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce CEO Ralph Schulz will be the featured guest at Franklin Tomorrow's final 2021 Breakfast with the Mayors Tuesday, Oct. 19, at Rolling Hills Community Church in Franklin.
The deadline for nominations from the community or individuals for the 15th annual Franklin Tomorrow Exemplary Community Volunteer Awards has been extended until Wednesday, Oct. 20.
The Arc Williamson County is hosting the 16th annual Author!Author! luncheon on Monday, Nov. 8, beginning at 11:30 a.m. at Temple Hills Country Club in Franklin.
Nine community members were sworn in Thursday as volunteers with Williamson County Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), according to a press release from the nonprofit.
Almost half of the Ovation submarket — among Metro Nashville area’s most high-profile mixed-use developments — just sold for $35 million after development onsite unexpectedly stalled for several years.
The Franklin Fire Department is hosting a chalk art contest for artists of all ages in order to promote Fire Prevention Week which is recognized this week.
Williamson County has a lot of influence. From the businesses clamoring to bring their headquarters to the area to the politicians and celebrities who call the area home to the booming real estate market.
Gail Powell, executive director at High Hopes Development Center, has announced plans to enter retirement effective no later than May 1, 2022.
Longtime Franklin resident and community leader Ernie Bacon has been named one of the AgeWell Middle Tennessee winners of the 29th annual Sage Awards that will be recognized Monday, Oct. 8, at 11 a.m. in a virtual awards ceremony and fundraiser.
The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 41 held a law enforcement memorial service on Monday night where they honored the fallen law enforcement officials who have served Williamson County.
With an award from the ASPCA & Subaru Loves Pets Grant Program, Friends of Williamson County Animal Center (FOWCAC) is sponsoring “Pawctober: For the Love of Pets” at the animal center in October.
Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Hunters for the Hungry program is now accepting deer donations for the 2021 deer season.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation is partnering again with Chicago Kite Company to host the second annual Kite Festival Saturday, Oct. 9, and Sunday, Oct. 10, at the Franklin Recreation Complex.