Known as the Spring Station Woman's Club, the Spring Hill Chapter of the General Federation of Women's Clubs launched its annual school supply drive this week to help equip students in need with adequate supplies for the upcoming school year.
The former CEO of Brentwood-based Comprehensive Pain Specialists has resolved a civil lawsuit with the United Sates government following a DOJ criminal investigation that saw the Franklin resident convicted and then have his criminal sentenced commuted.
The Tennessee Department of Health has now reported a total of 900,418 cases of COVID-19 across the state, up 1,716 cases on Monday from 9,804 new test results — a 15.5 percent positivity rate.
Maury Regional Medical Center, which is based in Columbia but has a facility in Spring Hill, announced on Monday the launch of a new in-home courtesy care program that extends care to certain patients discharged from the hospital to their homes.
More than 95 percent are unvaccinated, with vaccinated patients being treated for COVID-19 showing "much more mild symptoms" than unvaccinated patients, according to WMC.
Steve Berger, founding pastor and former lead pastor of Grace Chapel church, was featured on an episode of Canceled in the USA, a Fox News affiliated program that aims to tackle "cancel culture."
Spring Hill residents who attended the public library's celebration to in-person events on Saturday were treated to a live musical performance from Bad Dog, a classic rock band starring none other that Spring Hill Mayor Jim Hagaman.
Six members of the Hot Shots of Tennessee competition jump rope team, based in Franklin, earned 20 top-3 finishes during the American Jump Rope Federation Virtual National Championship livestreamed July 23-25 on Twitch.
While the number of new daily cases of COVID-19 are at drastically lower rates in Tennessee when compared to the pandemic's height in December, Gov. Bill Lee issued over the weekend an executive order extending the state's state of emergency through the end of August.
The Williamson County Health Department will permanently move the county's COVID-19 vaccine distribution operations to the Franklin Clinic beginning Monday, Aug. 2.
Chukkers for Charity is partnering with Crescent Real Estate as patron sponsor of the 25th annual polo match to be held Saturday, Sept. 11, in Franklin.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention updated their public health recommendations for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic this week, which most notably recommends that even fully vaccinated people wear masks in public indoor settings where there is a substantial or high risk of transmittin…
Arise Therapies, in partnership with Thompson's Station Parks & Rec, unveiled its fourth communication board at Sarah Benson Park on Friday, continuing the organization's mission to help verbally-challenged youth better communicate with their peers.
Dustin William Russell was found guilty of second degree murder on Thursday following a four-day trial in the 2018 shooting and death of Brentwood resident, Clark Cable, who was killed in his Dozier Court home on his 25th birthday.
Southern Land Company, a Nashville-based national real estate developer of award-winning mixed-use developments and master-planned communities, broke ground Friday on an active adult community at Westhaven in Franklin, adding a market segment that SLC has been hearing about for years from ho…
Veteran Nashville broadcast journalist and former WSMV anchor Demetria Kalodimos has been appointed communication professional-in-residence in Lipscomb University’s School of Communication for the 2021-22 academic year.
The Franklin Police is seeking the public's help in identifying a man they said used stolen credit cards at two businesses on July 17.
The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a second Heat Advisory for Williamson County, with heat index values expected to reach as high as 108 degrees Friday between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson’s State of the County Address focused on rapid growth, residential and commercial, and included the announcement of a new growth advisory group.
Formerly known as the Graystone Quarry Amphitheater, the FirstBank Amphitheater in Thompson's Station will hold its first-ever concert next week on Tuesday, Aug. 3.
Franklin-based sock company Swiftwick is hosting a hike at Nashville’s Edwin Warner Park in collaboration with the nationwide #HikeUnited effort Saturday, Aug. 21, at 10 a.m.
Nolensville's Ebenezer United Methodist Church will soon be the site of the county's newest historical marker recognizing the church's significant place in the community.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced a variety of road construction projects through Aug. 4 across Williamson County and Middle Tennessee.
As temperatures continue to climb in Williamson County, with the last six days having all been above 90 degrees, the National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a heat advisory for Williamson County Thursday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Hunting and Fishing Academy is offering free virtual classes for those wanting to learn new outdoor skills or brush up on old ones.
Starting at 12:01 a.m. this Friday, Tennesseans will be able to take advantage of three separate tax holidays, two of which are new to this year. But exactly what items will be exempt from sales tax, and for how long?