An overnight fire did extensive damage to the Red Pony restaurant, one of downtown Franklin's anchoring establishments.
The Williamson County Health Department and the Williamson County Emergency Management have issued new information for citizens regarding COVID-19 vaccines.
More than 750 soldiers and airmen with the Tennessee National Guard returned home on Friday from supporting the presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C., after deploying earlier this week.
The National Weather Service Nashville is forecasting storms on Sunday night which could bring more than an inch of rain to much of Williamson County.
Tennessee health officials have identified a more contagious variant of the novel coronavirus, known as B117, within the state, and are warning that it could accelerate outbreaks just as they show signs of abating.
The Franklin Police Department announced the arrest of a woman they said violently robbed another woman in the Walmart parking lot Thursday night.
Williamson County Commissioner Dwight "Bubba" Jones pleaded guilty to one count of domestic assault and one count of interference with an emergency call on Friday just one year after his arrest by the Fairview Police Department.
The Spring Hill Police Department announced the arrest of a man they said carjacked someone in Franklin and then led police on a pursuit before crashing and eventually biting an SHPD officer on Thursday night.
The Franklin Police Department has issued an update into an investigation of a hidden camera found inside of a girl's bathroom last week inside of Premier Athletics.
The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs and the Tennessee Valley Healthcare System have announced that Moderna COVID-19 vaccine is now available to veterans who are either 65-years-old and older or are classified as high-risk.
Franklin Police identified the man they said led them on a pursuit that ended in a multi-vehicle crash on Wednesday as 19-year-old Jeffrey White, of Franklin.
Former Comprehensive Pain Specialists CEO John Davis made the cut for former President Donald Trump’s last-minute pardoning spree, with notable support from country music star and close friend Luke Bryan.
The Franklin Police Department announced that they will step up patrols in areas targeted by recent vehicle burglaries.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that limitations on indoor public gatherings were extended. The story has been updated. We regret this error.
Following the swearing in of now President Joe Biden Wednesday, Sen. Marsha Blackburn of Brentwood and Rep. Mark Green shared messages of hope and well wishes toward the new president.
More than 750 soldiers and airmen with the Tennessee National Guard are part of the 25,000 member National Guard task force providing additional security to the U.S. Capitol and other federal buildings in Washington D.C. surrounding the inauguration of the incoming 46th President of the Unit…
While Franklin Mayor Ken Moore has seen his fair share of challenges since becoming mayor in 2011, perhaps no year has proved as challenging as 2020.
Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury partnered with Goodall Homes earlier this month to surprise a single mother with disabilities with a new home in Fairview’s Willow Crest neighborhood, according to a news release.
The Franklin Police Department announced an investigation into an unidentified employee of Premier Athletics in Franklin after they said a hidden camera was discovered inside of a girl's bathroom.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office announced the arrest of a man wanted out of Maury County for attempted murder after a high speed chase and an hours-long manhunt.
Steve Berger, the founder of Franklin's Grace Chapel, announced during a service on Sunday that he would be leaving his position as the church's senior pastor.
Tennessee House members on Friday approved a first-in-the-nation Medicaid block grant plan, following their Senate counterparts, who passed the resolution on Thursday.
Those suffering from homelessness in Williamson County have seen their struggles exacerbated by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Sister Cities of Franklin and Williamson County founding member Doug Sharp was honored with a mayoral proclamation during Tuesday night's Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen.