When Brinkmann’s Wine and Spirits opened their first location in 2008, owner Timothy Brinkmann said he never could have imagined what it would become or how it would grow.
After 25 years with the Franklin Fire Department, Lt. Jeff Moss will complete his final 24-hour shift at 6 a.m. Christmas Day.
Brad Fiscus, a member of the Williamson County Board of Education representing District 4, is big on variety.
Maury Regional Medical Center delivered gifts to 624 local children this year as part of its Holiday Hugs program, which has seen more than 10,000 gifts delivered to children since its creation more than 20 years ago.
In the same way that many local families make picking out a fresh cut Christmas tree from Santa’s Trees an annual tradition, it’s also a tradition for Santa’s Trees to give back to the Williamson County community that continues to support the seasonal business.
At The Wealth Management Group, giving back is at the core of the company. Whether it’s providing comprehensive financial plans to clients or enabling members of the community to give charitably, WMG has a plan for everyone. The professionals at WMG are there to assist clients to address the…
Chris and Elaine Whitney moved from St. Louis, Missouri to Franklin, Tennessee in 2004 to start a church. Through their outreach in the community, they were unknowingly about to step into an entirely new responsibility and charitable journey.
In addition to checking under the tree for gifts on Christmas morning, pet lovers in Williamson County might also want to check their porch.
Whether it be synthetic or real, thousands of Williamson County residents are sure to be setting up Christmas trees in their homes soon if they haven't already.
Children are most hilarious when they're not even trying to be funny. Art Linkletter demonstrated this in his classic TV show Kids Say the Darndest Things.
For a Christmas ornament she designed for a project launched by the Tennessee Arts Commission through a partnership with first lady Maria Lee, Leiper’s Fork artist Anne Goetze knew she wanted it to depict the rural landscape of Williamson County.
Light Up The Hill, a city-wide holiday decoration contest organized by the Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill and Thompson's Station, has had its registration deadline extended for those still interested in competing. Prizes for the competition have also been announced for first, second and third p…
If you were driving anywhere in Spring Hill Saturday afternoon, you might have happened upon a peculiar sight: nearly 20 bicyclists dressed as Santa Claus riding across the city.
For Ryan Thomas, bourbon is an art form. From the days of collecting bourbon all the way to opening his own distillery, he has found a way to not only intensify his love of bourbon, but also fulfill his dream of creating an inclusive, driven, close knit work environment that is often so hard…
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Earlier this year, one of the best-selling items in the Tin Cottage’s online store was a notepad bearing the image of the rapper Snoop Dogg. The phrase Fo’ Scribbles, a riff on the rapper’s famous catchphrase, is printed at the bottom in a gothic font.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County and its division the Downtown Franklin Association have partnered with Visit Franklin and the city of Franklin to announce the “Window Wonderland” holiday store window display contest in conjunction with Holiday Magic on Main, presented by First C…
The Williamson County based restaurant group A. Marshall Hospitality will provide meals to families in need during the holiday season.
The City of Brentwood held a virtual Christmas tree lighting on Monday night, continuing the city's tradition of kicking off the holidays with brightly-lit cheer.
For the past three years or so, Oak View Elementary fifth-grader Ashby Brown has been bringing a holiday spirit to his Dallas Downs neighbors and beyond.
The coronavirus pandemic may have placed a number of restrictions on planned activities this year, but the lights are shining once again for Franktown Open Hearts.
With the temperature dropping, ice cream flavors shifting toward holiday twists and Christmas music invading your Spotify playlists, it means that it's time to gather 'round the glowing screen and watch your favorite festive films.
The Gateway Chamber Orchestra, which had regularly performed at the Franklin Theatre until the coronavirus pandemic ended live shows for the time being, will be presenting a free streaming online musical event celebrating composer Ludwig van Beethoven's 250th birthday.
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.