The Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department responded to a single vehicle crash on Tuesday evening that shut down a section of Clovercroft Road.
“I completely acknowledge that it [COVID-19] exists — I’m not a COVID-denier. People have died from this disease, that is tragic, loss of life is tragic, but I’m not being callous when I say this — people die,” Gary Humble said.
Back in September, the Spring Hill Planning Commission shot down a request from the Arkansas-based company GWE Holdings LLC to construct a new car wash on Belshire Village Drive, voting 0-7 on the applicant's request for site plan approval.
Williamson County saw another large number of COVID-19 cases reported Monday as Thanksgiving week continues.
The City of Brentwood recognized retiring Deputy Fire Chief David Windrow during Monday night’s city commission meeting, after Windrow accepted the position as the Town of Nolensville’s first municipal fire chief.
Spring Hill's Grecian Family Restaurant and Bakery will be offering a free Thanksgiving dinner Thursday to anyone in need, a tradition going back years for the restaurant.
Gov. Bill Lee and First Lady Maria Lee had their hands full Monday afternoon as they helped distribute Thanksgiving meals with The Well Outreach food pantry in Spring Hill.
The Franklin Police Department is seeking to identify a woman they believe attempted to cash a stolen check from a vehicle burglary.
Gov. Bill Lee and First Lady Maria Lee will join staff at The Well Outreach food pantry in Spring Hill Monday afternoon to help distribute Thanksgiving meals to those in need, according to The Well's executive director Shelly Sassen.
The Brentwood Police Department reported a variety of thefts in their weekly crime analysis including the theft of a 2019 Toyota Highlander on Franklin Road on the night of Nov. 15 after the key was left in the vehicle.
Firefighters from the Franklin Fire Department will escort Santa Claus and his sleigh through more than 50 Franklin neighborhoods on the four Saturdays between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
The fourth annual Spring Hill Turkey Burn half-marathon and 5K race is kicking off this Saturday, with reduced registration costs lasting throughout the week up until race day.
A lucky Powerball player in Williamson County won $50,000 on Saturday night after they purchased the winning ticket at the Nolensville Pike Kroger in Brentwood.
Senate Republicans on Thursday voted to re-elect their leadership team, including Lt. Gov. Randy McNally, Majority Leader Jack Johnson and Caucus Chair Ken Yager.
Williamson Medical Center has named a new chief executive officer to replace longtime CEO Donald Webb, the hospital announced Friday in a press release.
Jack Johnson, who has represented Williamson County in the Tennessee Senate since 2007, was re-elected on Thursday by his Republican colleagues to maintain his position as the Senate majority leader, a position he has held since 2018.
With Thanksgiving less than one week away the United States is seeing an explosion of COVID-19 viral infections that could increase dramatically as families gather for the holiday on Thursday.
Several tech executives from Williamson County companies shared lessons learned during the pandemic and their vision of the next steps for the tech industry at a virtual conference this week.
The Tennessee Supreme Court has issued an order to suspend jury trials from Nov. 23 through Jan. 31, 2020, in response to the rise of COVID-19 cases throughout the state and nation.
As COVID-19 vaccines inch closer to readiness, a group of Tennessee lawmakers is seeking to make it harder to require immunizations of the state's citizens.
The number of Williamson County residents on unemployment dropped to its lowest level since March last week, according to a Thursday release from the Tennessee Department of Labor.
The Town of Nolensville took the next step in establishing the town's first municipal fire department with the hiring of their first fire chief, David Windrow.
Nolensville canceled its newly announced Merry and Bright Hometown Holiday Parade due to surges in cases of COVID-19, but will continue the Merry and Bright Hometown Holiday Decorating Contest in December.
The Brentwood Police Department has had no tips submitted in an investigation that was sparked after an object was thrown at a home in September.
The Spring Hill Vitality School of Dance will be performing a live dance showcase on Dec. 11 called the 2020 Winter Dance Showcase, with 100 percent of all admission proceeds going towards The Well Outreach food pantry in Spring Hill.
The City of Brentwood will hold a public hearing on Nov. 23 regarding the proposed annexation and plan for services for 175 acres of land on Split Log Road.