Williamson County Commissioner Dwight Jones was indicted by a Williamson County Grand Jury last week for a January 2020 domestic incident where he is charged with domestic assault and interference with emergency calls.
Tennessee Task Force 2, a combination of first responders from various agencies across Middle Tennessee, has deployed to Louisiana in preparation of landfall of Hurricane Sally.
Tuesday marked the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment and the Tennessee State Capitol celebrated the anniversary with a reenactment of the historic vote.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is looking into Friday's shooting of a man by a Williamson County Sheriff's Office deputy.
Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson has extended the county’s mask mandate through Aug. 29 in response to the continued COVID-19 pandemic.
With calls across the nation for reform of both law enforcement agencies and the greater criminal justice system, police in Williamson County and abroad are forced to self-evaluate the role of law enforcement and the impact they have on the communities that they swear to serve and protect.
Michael D. Mosely, who is accused of killing two Williamson County men and injuring another in December 2019, has been indicted on First Degree Murder charges by a Davidson County Grand Jury.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office has announced an investigation into the Saturday night death of an inmate inside the county jail, that at this time they believe to be a case of suicide.
The Williamson County Emergency Management Agency is seeking the public’s help to document damages resulting from the storms on Sunday, May 3, and Monday, May 4.
The National Weather Service Nashville has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Williamson County and much of Middle Tennessee as strong to severe storms are expected to bring strong winds, as well as the possibility of hail and flooding.
The Davis House Child Advocacy Center is adapting to new challenges posed by the COVID-19 virus — it expects a rise in cases of reported child abuse as pandemic continues.
Members of the city of Franklin’s Board of Zoning Appeals voted 5-0 Thursday night to uphold the current zoning ordinance of property on Granbury Street and, as a result, denied an appeal by the owner of Our Thrift Store to relocate his nonprofit facility there.
The Visitor Center in downtown Franklin will serve as a drop-off location for non-perishable food items and reusable bags that will go to those affected by tornadoes across Middle Tennessee earlier this week.
Update (8:22 p.m., March 3): At least 25 people are dead after a devastating tornado ripped through Middle Tennessee early Tuesday morning, leaving hundreds displaced from their homes and dozens of buildings damaged or destroyed.
A Franklin native has recently been named executive director of the American Cancer Society (ACS) in Tennessee, based in the Nashville office.
Williamson Medical Center Emergency Medical Services (“EMS”) has been designated as the primary provider of emergency ambulance services for the city of Spring Hill, Tennessee.
The early voting period for the 2020 Presidential Primary in Maury County - which includes the southern portion of Spring Hill - concluded last week on Tuesday, with data showing Republicans turned out in significantly higher numbers than Democrats.
Update: After a brief delay, passage on Wilson Pike between Brentmeade Blvd. and Concord Rd. has reopened, per BPD.
Don't worry, Nolensville residents: Martin's Bar-B-Que won't be closing up the barbecue pit anytime soon.
Williamson County Commissioner Dwight Jones was arrested Friday by Fairview police on charges of domestic assault and interfering with a 911 call, according to Sharon Puckett with the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office.
Williamson County Republican Party Chairman Cheryl Brown stepped into the party’s county leadership role in September nearly one year before the national 2020 election that has already been marred by the ongoing impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Columbia police are investigating a shooting incident that took place at the intersection of Warwick Avenue and North James Campbell Boulevard in Columbia at around 12:45 p.m. on Sunday.
A small cemetery holding the remains of some of the City of Brentwood’s founders has become a flashpoint in the debate around honoring the history of Brentwood and the future of land use in a community that continues to grow.
The threat of heavier rains and high winds led to the early closing of Saturday’s Pumpkinfest in downtown Franklin, but the festival was well-attended leading up to the cancelation.