Nearly 25% of the Williamson County population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Rep. Brandon Ogles, who has been absent for more than two weeks worth of Tennessee House legislative sessions, is currently recovering from double pneumonia after testing positive for COVID-19 sometime in early-to-mid March, his office confirmed on Friday.
A LaVergne man pleaded guilty to robbing an undercover police officer in 2020 in a Williamson County court on Friday.
One day after teasing a "major announcement," General Motors confirmed on Friday that the company would be investing $2.3 billion in Spring Hill
The announcement is expected to reveal a $2.4 billion investment into Spring Hill for the purpose of manufacturing a new electric vehicle battery plant.
Rep. Brandon Ogles, who represents the northwestern portion of Williamson County in the Tennessee House of Representatives, has not been seen participating in the House legislative sessions for at least two weeks.
Williamson County Commissioner Robbie Beal, who represents District 10, submitted a letter of resignation this week to his fellow commissioners and county Mayor Rogers Anderson.
An ex-NFL star and reality television personality have been sued by an Alabama man who alleges he was bitten by one of their dogs at a Williamson County home last year.
The Tennessee Highway Safety Office is launching a new state-wide speeding prevention campaign on Friday called "Slow Down Tennessee."
Tennessee’s new permitless handgun law set to take effect in July has raised objections and concerns from law enforcement professionals across the state, including from some in Williamson County.
Gov. Bill Lee this week presented his amended budget, an update to the annual spending plan he originally proposed to lawmakers in February.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control is recommending a pause in distribution of the one-dose Johnson and Johnson (also known as Janssen) COVID-19 vaccine in the United States.
Using the theme “Making Lemonade out of Lemons,” Franklin Mayor Ken Moore will be presenting his annual State of the City address Wednesday, April 28, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Franklin Park in Cool Springs.
His day job keeps him busy enough, and now Franklin resident Neil Whitney has found that his spare hours are getting shorter and shorter since he started his side gig about 18 months ago.
The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development has partnered with the online education company Coursera to provide unemployed Tennesseans access to 4,000 free online courses to help residents learn new job-related skills.
Some 25-30 parents and others from the community took time Saturday morning to attend one of the Listen and Learn sessions that have been instituted through Williamson County Schools’ partnership with Fostering Healthy Solutions, a consulting firm recently hired to help the district provide …
Nearly $7 million worth of improvements were proposed this week for the Rippavilla Plantation as part of the site's master plan, a design document for the property's future that has been in the works for months.
Attorneys for Kimbro’s Pickin’ Parlor and Heather Legieza, the widow of fallen Brentwood police officer Destin Legieza, have reached a settlement in civil suit filed against the Franklin bar following officer Legiza’s death in a traffic collision in 2020.
The Franklin Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying a man it said fled from officers during a traffic stop.
Business and community leader Patrick Baggett has announced that he will officially be a candidate for 4th Ward alderman in the Oct. 26 city of Franklin municipal election that will be held for the four ward alderman seats on the city’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery is suing the federal government, arguing that strings tied to the billions of dollars in relief money coming to the state via the American Rescue Plan are unconstitutional.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced a variety of road construction projects through April 14 across Williamson County and Middle Tennessee: