Phase one of the Harvey Park Greenway project is scheduled to begin construction in fall of 2023, and completed by spring of 2025.
The Town of Nolensville will hold its first Board of Commissioners meeting on Thursday after the town’s government structure was changed following a historic August election.
This November, residents of Thompson's Station will get the chance to vote to fill two aldermen seats.
Two aldermen seats in the town of Thompson's Station will be up for grabs this November — one held by incumbent Ben Dilks, who won't be running for re-election this year, and the other by Vice Mayor Brian Stover.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has issued several warnings about the threat of crimes and disinformation leading up to and just after the November presidential election.
With the deadline for small businesses to apply for the Tennessee Business Relief Program fast approaching on September 30, Gov. Bill Lee released a statement last weekend encouraging small businesses to take advantage of the approximately $120 million in available funds.
In the latest protest against racial injustice, hundreds of people marched Saturday through the streets of downtown Nashville in response to the lack of charges filed against the Louisville officers involved in the killing of Breonna Taylor.
The Brentwood Police Department reported a variety of incidents of vandalism and thefts in their weekly crime analysis including on Sept. 22 where cash was stolen from Basil Garden by a suspected ex-employee. The employer chose not prosecution.
The Well Outreach food pantry will be holding a mobile food drive on Friday, Oct. 9 at Spring Hill High School, and is inviting those in need and would-be volunteers to the regular event.
Several dozen volunteers and supporters showed up Saturday morning for the Hard Bargain Association’s annual community day of service, putting to use tools and muscles in cleaning up lots and homes in the historic Franklin neighborhood.
According to a release this week from the Tennessee Department of Labor, Williamson County saw a significant drop in its unemployment rate for the month of August, dropping to 5.3% - a 1.1% drop over July's rate of 6.4%.
The Town of Nolensville’s first mural has begun as Nashville artist Kim Radford put brush to wall on the exterior of Mama’s Java Cafe this week, finalizing an extended mission by some community members to bring public art to town.
Five state legislators convened at the United Auto Workers Hall in Spring Hill Thursday to discuss the current state of the Tennessee economy amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Ashley Kroese, who is charged with vehicular homicide by intoxication in the June 18 death of Brentwood Police Officer Destin Legieza, made an appearance in a Williamson County General Sessions Court on Thursday for a preliminary hearing.
The Franklin Fire Department is investigating the cause of a commercial building fire on Monday evening that began in a warehouse storage area of Comfort Supply, an HVAC wholesaler, on Columbia Avenue.
The Spring Hill Police Department is reaching out to community members for help in locating two young males who had reportedly run away from the Tennessee Children's Home.
The Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted unanimously Tuesday night to amend a section of the city’s Municipal Code that will require permits for protests, demonstrations or other public gatherings of a certain size in the city of Franklin.
The sale of the Northfield Workforce Development Center, also known as the Northfield Building, has been delayed a second time due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
During a Spring Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting Monday night, Alderman Dan Allen brought forth the idea of purchasing more than 500 acres of land - located east of Interstate 65 and Saturn Parkway - for the purpose of future city development.
On Monday, the Spring Hill Beer Board approved an on-premise beer consumption permit request for Blames Treats & More, an ice cream and baked goods shop that operates out of the event venue The Landing.
A new report from U.S. News and World Report and Aetna found that Williamson County is the healthiest county in Tennessee, and among the healthiest in the U.S.
The Nolensville Police Department arrested 19-year-old Camren Martin for what they allege is Martin's involvement in vehicle burglaries and a vehicle theft in the last week of August.
The Franklin Police Department announced the arrest of three teens who they said were attempting to sell a stolen pistol to a plainclothes police officer police officer before they robbed the officer at gunpoint.
Spring Hill city leaders held a lengthy discussion Monday regarding a recent discovery that Alderman Hazel Nieves, who represents Ward 4, had been temporarily residing outside of her ward while waiting for a new home to be constructed.