Williamson County saw 100 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday's report.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn joined with Sen. Bill Hagerty and 43 other Senate Republicans in voting to dismiss the impeachment charge against former President Donald Trump as unconstitutional.
While the cloud of uncertainty still hovers from more than 10 months of the coronavirus pandemic, speakers and panelists at Tuesday morning’s Breakfast with the Mayors generally sounded a note of optimism for what lies ahead the rest of 2021.
The Franklin Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying a man they said stole around $350 worth of headphones from Electronic Express on Friday, Jan. 22.
With the deadline to qualify for the Spring Hill 2021 election having come and gone last week, a total of nine candidates have qualified as either an alderman or mayoral candidate.
The Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department responded to a single-vehicle ATV rollover crash that seriously injured a Smyrna man early on Sunday morning.
A portion of Duplex Road is currently closed due to due to heavy rainfall according to a release from the Williamson County Rescue Squad, a volunteer fire department serving Williamson County.
The City of Brentwood welcomed two of its newest police officers along with its newly promoted commander staff with the fire department during Monday night’s city commission meeting.
Williamson County saw a new load of COVID-19 cases come in over the weekend — 353 new cases got added to the overall tally for the county.
The city of Franklin announced Monday that it is now offering monthly paperless billing for city utility customers.
Spring Hill Vice Mayor Amy Wurth, who has served as a city alderman since 2009, announced last week that she won't be seeking re-election during the upcoming city election in April.
The National Weather Service Nashville issued a severe thunderstorm warning until 7:30 p.m. and a tornado watch until later in the evening for Williamson County Monday night, though both were eventually called off.
First Watch Daytime Cafe, a restaurant chain that specializes in breakfast, brunch and lunch items, will be opening up a new location in Spring Hill on Main Street in early April.
The Brentwood Police Department responded to a variety of crimes in its weekly crime analysis, including the theft of a vehicle on truck early on Monday, Jan. 18, which was recovered in part due to one of the city's 28 license plate cameras.
High school senior girls interested in learning more about Greek life in college are invited to participate in this year’s Panhellenic Alumnae Association's Sorority 101 event Sunday, March 7, at 1 p.m.
Unemployment claims in Williamson County saw a moderate improvement during the week ending on Jan. 16 according to a recent release from the Tennessee Department of Labor.
The Williamson County Health Department and the Williamson County Emergency Management have issued new information for citizens regarding COVID-19 vaccines.
More than 750 soldiers and airmen with the Tennessee National Guard returned home on Friday from supporting the presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C., after deploying earlier this week.
The National Weather Service Nashville is forecasting storms on Sunday night which could bring more than an inch of rain to much of Williamson County.
Tennessee health officials have identified a more contagious variant of the novel coronavirus, known as B117, within the state, and are warning that it could accelerate outbreaks just as they show signs of abating.
The Franklin Police Department announced the arrest of a woman they said violently robbed another woman in the Walmart parking lot Thursday night.
Williamson County Commissioner Dwight "Bubba" Jones pleaded guilty to one count of domestic assault and one count of interference with an emergency call on Friday just one year after his arrest by the Fairview Police Department.
The Spring Hill Police Department announced the arrest of a man they said carjacked someone in Franklin and then led police on a pursuit before crashing and eventually biting an SHPD officer on Thursday night.