Williamson County saw 48 new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday. The overall tally now stands at 7,235 overall for the county since the start of the pandemic, with 798 of those cases deemed active. 6,381 people in the county have either recovered or had their cases deemed inactive by the state, and 5…
The Franklin-based company accused of attempting to deploy former special forces personnel to intimidate voters in Minnesota has reversed its plans to provide "security services" in and around election day.
Franklin saw a protest on Saturday morning that was attended by more than 100 demonstrators who gathered just hours after Williamson County's second mask mandate went into effect due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, protesting both the mandate and a belief in a rise in government overreach.
The Franklin Police Department responded to an armed robbery at the South Royal Oaks Boulevard Starbucks on Monday afternoon that resulted in no injuries.
Williamson County crossed the 7,000-case threshold Monday on the newest report of positive tests with 290 new cases.
Democratic candidate Marquita Bradshaw, who is running against Republican candidate Bill Hagerty for a seat in the United States Senate, scored an official endorsement from Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Monday.
Democratic Tennessee House candidate Jenn Foley, a Spring Hill resident running against Republican incumbent Sam Whitson, was endorsed this month by the Communications Workers of America, a media labor union representing approximately 700,000 members.
Republican State Rep. Sam Whitson, who is running to be re-elected to his seat in the state House representing Tennessee District 65, was endorsed Saturday by the Tennessee Professional Fire Fighters Association.
Voters will not be required to wear masks when voting in person following the reinstatement of the county-wide mask mandate to help combat the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
A group of families who have been regular attendees at Franklin holiday festivals and events each year have formally applied with the city of Franklin to hold what they’re calling a Citizens Christmas Parade through the streets of downtown on Saturday, Dec. 5, from 11 a.m. to noon.
New data from the Tennessee Department of Labor released Thursday shows that Williamson County's unemployment rate for the month of September dropped to 3.6%, down 1.7 percentage points from August.
Atlas Aegis, a Franklin-based private security company, is at the center of an investigation by the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office into whether the company is involved in voter intimidation.
As President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden arrived at Belmont University in Nashville for the final presidential debate Thursday afternoon, hundreds of people on all sides of the political spectrum could be seen surrounding the campus.
The NOW Massage, a growing franchise in the wellness space with high quality, affordable massage services, is set to open its first Tennessee location in Franklin this fall.
The Franklin Police Department announced the arrest of a Nashville man on Tuesday night who was driving the wrong way on Interstate 65 in what they allege was a case of drunk driving.
"This cloth has become way too political. It's an instrument, a tool that helps people rather than it being a divisive piece of cloth."
As of Wednesday, Oct. 21, a total of 69,010 Williamson County residents have cast their ballots for the upcoming general election just one week after early voting kicked off in Tennessee.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County is holding its Heritage Foundation Virtual Costume Contest to complement October’s Paint the Town Orange festivities and to make sure the spirit of Pumpkinfest holds true.
The nonprofit organization Waves will host its biannual fall fundraiser Thursday, Oct. 29, that will feature singer-songwriters Phil Vassar and Jeffrey Steele as well as an online auction.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn voiced her support Wednesday of a more fiscally conservative approach to tackling COVID-19 relief, a position seemingly at odds with President Donald Trump’s recent stimulus package offer of $1.8 trillion.
The Tennessee Department of Health on Wednesday released its preliminary plans for the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines throughout the state when they become available.
Two people have died of the virus in the past day in the county, and 51 have died since the beginning of the pandemic in March.
The Franklin Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying a person they said cut several electrical wires in a building under construction on Rush Street.
Law enforcement agencies and businesses across the county will take place in the annual National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Oct. 24 to allow the public to get rid of potentially dangerous prescription drugs.
The Franklin Marriott Cool Springs Conference Center, which is owned in part by both the city of Franklin and the Williamson County government, has seen a dramatic loss in revenue over the past few months, as well as a series of permanent layoffs.
General Motors announced on Tuesday that the Spring Hill Plant will see a $2 billion investment as it begins to manufacture the Cadillac Lyriq, the company's first all-electric SUV.
After batting back and forth for several weeks the idea of giving teachers more time to plan for classes during COVID-19 through the concept known as flex days, members of the Williamson County Board of Education overwhelmingly approved the resolution during Monday night’s meeting.