While the Thompson's Station Farmer's Market saw its last showing of the year back in October, organizers of the market will be holding one last event before the year's end: the Thompson's Station Holiday Market.
Roughly 40 years ago, Johnny Simmons of Franklin planted a spruce evergreen tree in his front yard. His daughter, Sherry Willhelm, remembers that tree well throughout the years of growing up in her childhood home.
Hard Bargain Association partnered with the Live Like Ju Foundation to prepare Thanksgiving meals for 330 family members during a gathering Nov. 22 at Ty’s House in the Hard Bargain neighborhood in Franklin.
As this year’s Small Business Saturday rolls around two days after Thanksgiving, many downtown Franklin merchants will offer special discounts, feature various promotions and participate in the “Window Wonderland” window display contest.
The busiest shopping day of the year has almost arrived, and while the ongoing coronavirus pandemic will likely see less shoppers hit the street this Friday, the amount of Black Friday deals remains just as large as ever.
As Thanksgiving approaches this year, the nation is being asked to scale back on gatherings with family and friends to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus.
Gov. Bill Lee and First Lady Maria Lee had their hands full Monday afternoon as they helped distribute Thanksgiving meals with The Well Outreach food pantry in Spring Hill.
Brentwood United Methodist Church will host an outdoor Christmas tree lighting on Dec. 6 as part of their Brentwood Christmas Village.
While the annual Christmas tree lighting in downtown Franklin typically draws scores of people to the town square for a celebration, the coronavirus pandemic has put a damper on the tradition this year.
From 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 21, the Vintage615 boutique store in Spring Hill will see old Saint Nick appear for free photo opportunities with kids and families.
GraceWorks, One Generation Away and The Well Outreach are teaming up to provide food for struggling families with a Thanksgiving meal.
The Williamson County Animal Center and Darrell Waltrip Subaru in Franklin are teaming up for “Share the Love,” a holiday sales event Nov. 19 through Jan. 4.
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The City of Brentwood will host a variety of holiday events including the annual Christmas tree lighting which will be held virtually this year.
Nolensville canceled its newly announced Merry and Bright Hometown Holiday Parade due to surges in cases of COVID-19, but will continue the Merry and Bright Hometown Holiday Decorating Contest in December.
The Spring Hill Vitality School of Dance will be performing a live dance showcase on Dec. 11 called the 2020 Winter Dance Showcase, with 100 percent of all admission proceeds going towards The Well Outreach food pantry in Spring Hill.
The National Fire Protection Association is reminding individuals and families to take precautions in the kitchen when gathering for Thanksgiving.
The Lotz House will host reenactors from the 33rd Alabama regiment on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 4-5, in the Fourth Annual Living History event.
Following Tennessee’s single worst week in terms of COVID-19 cases and deaths, as well as an average of 136 cases per day for the past two weeks in Williamson County, the chief medical officer at Maury Regional Medical Center is urging Middle Tennesseans to practice caution as the holiday se…
Nolensville will host the second annual Merry and Bright Hometown Holiday Parade and Hometown Holiday Decorating Contest in December.
In celebration of the season, Hill Center Brentwood is holding a Fall Festival event with lots of holiday shopping at local boutiques, specialty stores, restaurants and health/beauty shops. Hill Center is also welcoming in a few new merchants.
The Battle of Franklin Trust recently announced additional tour times leading up to the annual illumination ceremony that will take place on the anniversary of the Battle of Franklin Monday, Nov. 30.
As the stress of the holiday season begins to mesh with the anxiety of the coronavirus pandemic, a new self-guided walking tour in Franklin might be the answer for easing tensions.
GraceWorks Ministries is asking for volunteers to fill urgently needed positions to help struggling families with food, according to a press release sent Thursday by the nonprofit.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County and its division the Downtown Franklin Association have partnered with Visit Franklin and the city of Franklin to celebrate the new promotion Holiday Magic on Main during the Christmas season.
The Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department is now collecting new and unwrapped toys for the annual Toys for Tots program through Dec. 18.