The City of Brentwood and the Brentwood Police Department celebrated the retirement of one of their most unique officers, K-9 Officer Lexie, on Friday at the John P. Holt Brentwood Library.
The Franklin Special School District is one of five districts from across the nation that have been selected for the Chef Ann Foundation’s fourth cohort of Get Schools Cooking, a three-year grant program that helps districts transform their school lunch programs to include healthy, nutritiou…
Update: After a brief delay, passage on Wilson Pike between Brentmeade Blvd. and Concord Rd. has reopened, per BPD.
In a really big way recently, Williamson Medical Center got its employees ready for Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month that is coming up in March.
After nearly finishing its plan to streamline its community portfolio and hitting its financial goals for the year, the Brentwood-based senior living company Brookdale is adding a healthcare executive to its board of directors.
Dave Krikac is hoping he has found a new home for his nonprofit Our Thrift Store, but he first has to clear a couple of hurdles before any construction could get underway.
Jane Sanders, former president of Burlington College, social worker and wife of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, spoke to the Home Page Wednesday during a visit to Nashville, in which she shared a message to Williamson County voters regarding her husband’s vision for America.
When it comes to an onslaught of scooters, it appears likely that the city of Franklin won’t be rolling in the same direction that Nashville has gone.
Democratic presidential candidate and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar will be headed to Nashville Friday for a campaign rally, according to her campaign's Deputy National Press Secretary Sharon Yang.
Democratic State Rep. Rick Staples of Knoxville spoke at length Tuesday at the Tennessee State Capitol building in Nashville about his new bill introduced late last month, a bill that would allow counties to hold referendum elections to authorize the growing and sale of marijuana.
The Franklin Police Department and the Williamson County Sheriff's Office are searching for Jatorree Ferguson, 32, of Murfreesboro, who is wanted for a probation violation and patronizing prostitution after he allegedly ran from his probation officer and from WCSO deputies on Tuesday morning.
Registration is now open for the Battle of Franklin Trust’s History Summer Camp scheduled for Monday, July 13, through Friday, July 17.
Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden and Michael Bloomberg are leading the way in Tennessee in terms of Democratic support ahead of the presidential primary on March 3, with Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren trailing behind, in that order.
This story was edited on February 25 to correct an error in which it was reported that early voting closes at 12 p.m. on Tuesday. Early voting closes at 6 p.m. Tuesday at all locations. The Williamson Home Page regrets this error.
For at least another five weeks, neither snow nor rain nor the impending loss of an operator will keep the post office at Five Points from doing business.
Robert Shegog, 35, of Murfreesboro has been charged in a string of burglaries across Middle Tennessee including the burglary of R&B Liquors in Nolensville in November.
The Franklin Police Department announced the arrest of 23-year-old Justin Newman, of Lebanon, after Newman allegedly crashed his vehicle into a fence on Goose Creek Bypass at approximately 3:15 a.m. on Sunday.
Getting a passport can be an arduous process — using vacation time, setting up an appointment, and, of course, waiting in long lines. To streamline the process, the United States Postal Service will be holding a series of Passport Fairs this Saturday, with locations in Franklin and Columbia.
The Classical Academy (TCA), a Christian-based K-12 school located near downtown Franklin, announced Saturday it is expanding its enrollment through the merging with The Pasture Preschool, formerly of Franklin.
Maury Regional Health, in partnership with post-acute care facilities throughout the region, has implemented a technology-based program designed to improve a patient’s transition from an inpatient hospital stay to a post-acute care facility.
It’s that time again! College basketball teams are getting ready to face off and people are gearing up to fill out their brackets.
The Brentwood Library will host a variety of events during the week of Feb. 24 to March 1 including the Brentwood Police Department's K-9 Lexie’s Retirement Party, yoga, financial workshop and more.
The ninth Democratic Primary debate wrapped up Wednesday night in Paradise, Nevada, with the consensus among many media outlets being that former New York mayor and businessman Michael Bloomberg had a weak performance, with Bloomberg himself arguing that “the real winner of the debate was Do…
The Franklin Classical School class of 2020 is celebrating its hard work and accomplishments, preparing for the annual senior educational capstone trip to London in March, oral defense of their senior theses in April, and looking toward graduation on May 16.
The City of Franklin released a note to residents Friday saying the Water Department recently violated a federal drinking water standard regarding a disinfection byproduct.
The Brentwood Police Department's newest K-9 Officer Pax, latin for "peace," has started off on the right paw and already proved himself to be a valuable asset to the department.