Franklin Police Detective Darren Barnes, a Williamson County native, is retiring after 27 years of service to the City of Franklin.
The Department of Revenue is pleased to offer Tennesseans the ability to apply for a personalized license plate online, rather than through a paper application.
Skanska, one of the world's leading construction and project development groups, has spearheaded the revitalization of Williamson County Juvenile Court’s safe sanctuary for children that were facing some of the worst days of their lives.
The issue of paid parking in downtown Franklin became a rather hot topic at Tuesday’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen work session as members differed on whether there should be some sort of regulation placed on the parking companies and one member going so far as to say it’s not the city’s concern.
Franklin Police are investigating the death of a 43-year-old woman and her 12-year-old son who were found shot to death in their Franklin Home Tuesday evening.
Representative Mark Green of Tennessee along with Representative Richard Hudson of North Carolina wrote Secretary of Defense Mark Esper on Monday, urging Esper to reverse a decision that would halt the company "Shields of Strength" from producing dog tags with U.S. Military seals alongside s…
A Franklin man was arrested on Dec. 6 following a multiple-count indictment on sex charges involving two children aged 12 and 16.
A Franklin Police Officer was injured while attempting to arrest four Memphis woman suspected of stealing from the CoolSprings Galleria.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office announced it would be conducting sobriety roadside safety checkpoints on the following dates:
GiGi’s Playhouse Nashville, a Down Syndrome achievement center, will host its eighth annual gala Feb. 1 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville.
The Tennessee Historical Commission is now accepting nominations for its Certificate of Merit Awards to honor individuals or groups that work to preserve Tennessee’s heritage. The deadline for submissions is Dec. 31, 2019.
B&B Pharmacy on Main Street will permanently close its doors this month on Dec. 12. Pharmacy staff are asking customers with prescriptions to pick them up "as soon as possible," and to call the pharmacy if needing a delivery.
Snow is expected to impact all of Middle Tennessee on Tuesday with Williamson County forecasted to receive between 0.5 inches and 1.5 inches of snow throughout the day.
As they reflected on 2019 and looked ahead to 2020, panelists on Monday morning’s FrankTalks session touched on a variety of topics, including transportation, job growth and even sewer lines.
The Brentwood Police Department announced arrests for thefts and the search for a burglar at Plato's Closet in their weekly crime analysis.
Thousands came together in downtown Franklin Friday night for the 2019 Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony that featured music, photos with Santa and the miracle of nature as snow began falling through a 52-degree sky.
Nine months after construction began, the city of Franklin opened its first mountain bike trail on a wooded hillside at the Williamson County campus of Columbia State Community College.
A Williamson family was displaced early this morning after their home was significantly damaged by a house fire caused by an outdoor heating lamp accident, according to a release from Williamson County Emergency Management Agency.
The Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen will hold a special work session Wednesday night to help aldermen, citizens and others become more educated on the use of roundabouts and how they function to keep traffic moving.
A few moments after stepping outside the art studio he shares with his mom at their rural home in Leiper’s Fork, Nathan Collie commenced to making goose calls.
As December is considered the “season of love” and good cheer, the Williamson County Animal Center is joining forces with Metro Animal Care and Control in Nashville to help spread the word this month about pet adoption throughout Middle Tennessee and to find forever homes for the dogs and ca…
Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Bill Hagerty walked alongside Franklin Mayor Ken Moore on Monday to tour downtown Franklin along Main Street, with Moore showing Hagerty businesses that he felt best exemplified Franklin’s bustling economy.
No charges were filed after a person left a loaded handgun in a men's restroom at the Mallory Lane Chick-fil-A Friday night.
Around 100 people remembered the 155th anniversary of the Battle of Franklin on the steps of the Carnton plantation home on Saturday with a reading of names of casualties and lighting of 10,000 electronic candles throughout the former home.
The Merry and Bright and Holiday Lights event saw hundreds of Nolensville residents celebrate the holidays throughout town on Sunday afternoon ending with the town Christmas tree lighting at town hall.
Downtown Franklin will be all abuzz Friday night with the annual Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony, music, and the monthly Franklin Art Scene at more than 25 sites.
A proposal to implement a pilot program that would allow scooters in the Franklin city limits of Cool Springs got little to no traction after it was presented to aldermen during Tuesday’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen work session.
Thanksgiving is the No. 1 day of the year for home fires involving cooking equipment, with three times the average number of fires, according to the National Fire Protection Association.
The Williamson County CASA nonprofit has hired the director of development at Waves Inc. to take over as its new executive director, replacing the retiring Marianne Schroer.
Though a solid opening date hasn’t been officially announced yet, the Harpeth Hotel in downtown Franklin is already welcoming guests through its two dining venues.
The unemployment rate in Spring Hill and Maury County jumped up dramatically during October, most likely in response to the United Auto Workers strike that lasted nearly the whole month.
The Williamson County Foster & Adoption Care Association, a nonprofit founded in May 2018, is in the process of collecting new toys for an upcoming foster care Christmas party that will be held for foster children in Williamson, Davidson and Rutherford counties.
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With the first public impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump beginning on Wednesday, government leaders continue to be split across party lines as to whether Trump had committed an impeachable offense. One such leader is U.S. Rep. Mark Green.
With the 2020 Presidential Election less than a year away, the Williamson County Election Commission is announcing significant changes in how voters in the county will cast ballots on Election Day beginning early next year.
Opening its doors to adolescent victims of abuse back in September of 2000, Davis House Child Advocacy Center has remained true to its mission of helping abused or neglected children - as well as holding perpetrators responsible - for nearly 20 years.
The Williamson County Commission on Tuesday approved a tax increment financing program for Mitsubishi Motors ahead of the company's headquarters move from Cypress, California to Franklin. The program will save Mitsubishi $31,074 in taxes annually over the next decade.
With consumer drones reaching sales in the millions, it's likely that many Williamson County residents have had a live music or sporting event disturbed once or twice — be it at this year's Pilgrimage Music Fest in Franklin, or at the Graystone Quarry in Thompson's Station.
Franklin Police Detectives are investigating a jewelry heist involving more than $40,000 in items from Kay Jewelers in the CoolSprings Galleria, according to a release.
As winter fast approaches, many of Williamson County’s homeless residents will find themselves headed north up to Nashville, as Williamson County lacks any permanent homeless shelters.
Local craft brewer Mill Creek Brewing Co. is shutting down and filing for bankruptcy protection after four years in business — the first Nashville-area such business to cease operations since the post 2013 explosion of the local craft beer scene.
Williamson County residents may see their first snowfall of the year Monday night as the National Weather Service (NWS) has predicted a "light snow" to fall later Monday evening through Tuesday morning. Issuing a Hazardous Weather Outlook for the county, temperatures are expected to drop int…
A man is facing charges of rape and resisting arrest after allegedly sexually assaulting a 77 year-old Spring Hill woman in her home. The suspect, Santiago Garcia Cornejo, was at the victim’s home to repair the woman’s drywall when the alleged incident occurred on July 27.
Public schools in Williamson County will be open Monday, Veterans Day, but most will be honoring those who have served in the military through breakfast invitations, special programs and, perhaps most notably, participation in the Franklin Veterans Day Parade.
The Brentwood City Commission will vote on a proposed name change for the Tower Park Dog Park to honor a late community volunteer.
The Battle of Franklin Trust is slated to hold its annual illumination ceremony at dusk on Nov. 30 to honor the casualties inflicted during the Battle of Franklin 155 years ago.
A vehicle crash Wednesday morning involving a tractor-trailer has resulted in "at least one" fatality according to Lieutenant Charles Caplinger with the Tennessee Highway Patrol.Caplinger said the crash occurred at 8211 Horton Highway near U.S. 31 in College Grove, approximately 13 miles eas…