The Brentwood City Commission met on Monday evening where they approved funding for the county health department, and detailed a new traffic light and upcoming meetings about the city's sewer system and budget.
City Administrator Eric Stuckey said the city of Franklin and FirstBank are working together to ensure that the post office at Five Points remains in operation after the current contractor retires from his position on the last day of February.
Most Spring Hill resident wouldn’t be surprised to hear that the city is among the fastest growing in Tennessee, with the data website HomeSnacks recently ranking Spring Hill as the second fastest growing city in the state.
Brianna Mason, a 2013 graduate of Ravenwood High School who represented Tennessee in the recent Miss America competition, thinks of herself as a history nerd.
The theme of Tuesday morning’s first Breakfast with the Mayors of 2020 could be boiled down to five words: growth, growth and more growth.
Davis House Child Advocacy Center has announced former Major League Baseball pitcher R.A. Dickey as the special guest speaker at its annual Button Ball gala to be held on March 7, 2020 at The Factory at Franklin in Liberty Hall.
Proposed to be constructed at 5081 Port Royal Road just south of Duplex Road, South Pointe Square is a 48,100-square-foot commercial development and mixed-use project that was reviewed by the Spring Hill Planning Commission Monday night.
Spring Hill may soon be getting a second O’Reilly Auto Parts off of Port Royal Road, with plans for the auto parts store recently submitted to the city’s planning commission - though a long discussion ensued over the proposed building’s aesthetics.
Battle Ground Academy has awarded senior Katelyn Helberg with its Mary Campbell Easel Award for the second quarter. She received the award for her colored pencil rendering "Don’t Block the View."
The Brentwood Library will host a variety of events for the week of Jan. 27 through Feb. 2, including the 2020 Yule Ball, Space Talk: 3D Printing in Space, Coding and Robots for Teens and more.
My Friend’s House Family & Children’s Services will host its 16th annual Mardi Gras Ball Saturday, Feb. 22, at 6 p.m. at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs in Franklin.
The Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department announced 163 calls for service from Jan. 1 to Jan.18 including 3 fires, 102 EMS or rescue calls, 4 hazardous conditions without fires, 8 service calls, 20 good intent calls and 26 false alarms or false calls.
Williamson County Animal Center in Franklin will have its monthly public rabies and microchip clinic on Saturday, Jan. 25 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the shelter, 106 Claude Yates Dr.
When Gov. Bill Lee was sworn into office last year in January, among the top three platforms he vowed to embrace was criminal justice reform.
The Brentwood Police Department announced shoplifting, thefts, an attempted burglary and a case of vandalism in its weekly crime analysis.
All seven mayors in Williamson County have confirmed they will be attending the first Breakfast with the Mayors of 2020 at Rolling Hills Community Church in Franklin Tuesday morning.
The bust of Confederate general, Klu Klux Klan leader and slaveholder Nathan Bedford Forrest that sits in the State Capitol building has seen its fair share of controversy over the years.
A co-owner of the company that has contracted with the U.S. Postal Service to operate the post office at Franklin’s Five Points said there have been several groups showing an interest in taking over the operation when he retires in the next few weeks.
Faith Forum: Conversations on Race, a community-wide conversation on how Christians can and should address racism in their communities, will be held at Brentwood United Methodist Church on Saturday, Feb. 8.The event will take place at 9 a.m. with check in at 8:30 a.m., featuring a panel disc…
The weekend is finally here, however, for most Spring Hill residents, outdoor activities may not be on the table given this weekend’s forecasted temperatures ranging from the 40s all the way down to the 20s. Thankfully, there’s plenty of events going on in Spring Hill that don’t require brav…
Sen. Marsha Blackburn has come under online scrutiny Thursday after being seen reading a book during the Senate impeachment trial in Washington, D.C.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced road projects that may impact travel in Williamson County including some lane closures.
Reboot First Responders, a branch of Reboot Recovery, is offering a series of courses aimed at helping a variety of first responders dealing with traumas.
Williamson County Schools recently honored the district’s top teachers and employees at the 2019-20 Employee of the Year celebration in Franklin.
Social media, traditional advertising and other types of promotional tools certainly spin the wheels, but the head of a new urgent care facility in Franklin said there is nothing like word of mouth when it comes to expanding a new business.
Longtime director of the Spring Hill Parks and Recreation Department, husband, and father of two Kevin Fischer passed away Sunday afternoon after a months-long battle with cancer. On Tuesday, Spring Hill city leaders mourned the loss of Fischer during the city’s regular monthly meeting, taki…
Spring Hill city leaders honored Summit High School junior Nevaeh Brinson on Tuesday night for scoring a perfect 36 on the American College Testing exam (ACT), as well as for her achievements in the Summit High School Girls Wrestling program.
Don't worry, Nolensville residents: Martin's Bar-B-Que won't be closing up the barbecue pit anytime soon.
2020 is a year fixated on the national political scene, but it’s also a year that the Williamson County Democratic Party is working toward continuing to grow its base, focus on the youth of the party and promote decency under the leadership of the Party Chair Kreis White.
Williamson Medical Center added another family medicine physician to its Williamson Medical Group. Dr. John Thompson is now accepting new patient appointments and will assume care for the patients of Dr. Sheron Joan Langston, who has retired.
By a vote of 10-2 and after a moderate amount of discussion, members of the Williamson County Schools Board of Education selected Legacy Monday night as the name of the middle school currently under construction on Henpeck Lane.
First elected to Congress in 2018, Rep. Mark Green is set to face his first challenger in the House as an incumbent with College Grove’s Kiran Sreepada: a political newcomer who was motivated after the 2018 - 2019 government shutdown to run for office.
As part of the luxury farm-based resort currently under construction at Southall, road improvements that will affect Carter’s Creek Pike, Southall Road and Mile End Road have recently gotten underway.
Snow flurries, a biting wind and temperatures well below freezing were no match for the warmth and the passion that came from inside First Missionary Baptist Church Monday as an overflow crowd gathered for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day service.
The 19th annual MLK Breakfast was held on Monday morning at the Tennessee State Museum attracting over 1,000 citizens and community and government leaders from across Middle Tennessee to for a discussion with Cyntoia Brown-Long.
The Brentwood Library is closed on Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day but will offer a variety of programs for the week of Jan. 20 to 26 including an eBook & eAudiobook App tutorial, an Author Talk with Stacy Jagger and more.
Williamson County Commissioner Dwight Jones was arrested Friday by Fairview police on charges of domestic assault and interfering with a 911 call, according to Sharon Puckett with the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office.
The Brentwood Police Department announced burglaries of a home and a business as well as general thefts in their weekly crime analysis.
On Wednesday, General Motors announced that it would be making more than 1,350 of its temporary workers permanent, granting them more adequate health insurance, vacation time and pay in the process.
Earlier this week, the investing giant BlackRock sent a letter to companies it invests in announcing a shift in its philosophy, placing an emphasis on properly evaluating financial risks from climate change.
Third-generation General Motors employee Michael Youngs has taken over as plant director of the Spring Hill GM plant, as announced Thursday by GM staff.
Though the Williamson County Schools district is still wrestling with the issue of a bus driver shortage, that is not the cause of students having to stand on some buses as it was pointed out at the most recent County Commission meeting.
The HomeGoods furnishing store that was rumored to be coming to Spring Hill has now has cemented its future after the lease agreement between property managers and TJX Companies was executed on Wednesday.
The city of Brentwood updated their park guidelines in an effort to make it easier for Brentwood residents and businesses to reserve park shelters.
The Franklin Fire Department will be holding its 14th annual Citizens’ Fire Academy beginning in April, and those interested in experiencing firsthand what it’s like to be a firefighter can now apply.