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.
The Spring Hill Police Department is investigating an armed bank robbery that occurred at First Citizens National Bank on Wall Street on Friday.
With support from Newsom Station residents, the Metro Planning Commission eliminated a Bellevue development project contracted to Olde Mill Partners of Franklin for its lack of progress, which neighbors say turned out to be the best possible outcome.
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 2021 Spring Hill city election has officially concluded, with voters deciding to send four fresh faces to the city's Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
Election day in Spring Hill has finally arrived, and as voters head out to the polls to cast their ballots for mayor and aldermen, polling officials have described the voter turnout as everything from "low" to "steady."
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.
Spring Hill’s Municipal Court Judge Deana Hood has been appointed to the Judicial Ethics Committee by the Supreme Court of the State of Tennessee.
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:
The City of Brentwood will hold a community meeting on Brentwood Fire and Rescue's future station five on Split Log Road.
The City of Brentwood will hold a virtual grand opening event for the Brentwood Police Department’s new police headquarters on Heritage Way on Thursday, April 29.
Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department Fire Chief Adam Spencer announced his resignation from the department on Tuesday night.
Perhaps one of the most traveled roadways for Spring Hill residents on the city's southern side, Saturn Parkway is expected to see construction throughout the entire month of April, with city officials advising residents to expect delays.
With the Spring Hill city election just days away, the Maury County Election Commission has released to the public full financial reports for all eligible candidates.
Franklin Fire Chief Glenn Johnson said the fatal Easter Sunday crash that killed two longtime members of the Franklin first responder community was especially tough on crews who responded to the call.
In May, Inc. magazine named Ramsey Solutions, the Franklin-based company founded by evangelical financial personality Dave Ramsey, one its Best Workplaces for 2020.
An accident has closed the roadway northbound and southbound on Wilson Pike between Raintree and Moore's Lane is closed due to traffic accident.
To Spring Hill residents who notice their water appears a bit cloudy this week, city officials say there is nothing to worry about.
Ed and Charlotte House, who died in the crash, were the parents of retired Franklin Fire Department Battalion Chief Eddie House, a 34-year member of the FFD.
Williamson County residents celebrated Easter on Sunday with another year of services and celebrations impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but with a renewed hope of a resurrecting world.