The illegal signage for the Todd Warner (R-Chapel Hill) re-election campaign has reappeared in a new location since being removed from its previous location at the behest of Thompson’s Station Planning and Zoning Department.
Samuel Johnson, former VisuWell CEO, and his wife Jill are suing comedian Kathy Griffin for online harassment and internet stalking for her reactions to a viral video that led to his dismissal from the Franklin-based company last April.
Signage promoting the re-election campaign of incumbent State Representative Todd Warner has been targeted for removal by the Thompson’s Station Planning and Zoning Department.
The city of Brentwood has opted to annex several Williamson County properties near its urban growth boundary for the sake of a proposed residential development.
Assistant District Attorney Caleb Bayless announced Monday the start of his campaign for Circuit Court Judge for the 22nd Judicial District, Part IV, which includes Spring Hill.
Resolve Molecular Diagnostics announced Thursday that it has partnered with the Williamson County government to provide more in-depth, accurate testing than self-administered rapid tests.
This week, the City of Spring Hill is considering a $10,000 investment in developing its local tourism industry via a chamber of commerce initiative.
Williamson County’s electoral fields are set in stone as of noon Thursday, Feb. 17, leaving 93 candidates to vie for majority support for their respective offices by May 3.
State Rep. Sam Whitson (R-Franklin) announced Monday his bid for re-election to represent District 65 in the General Assembly’s House of Representatives.
The Tennessee Secretary of State's Office is warning Tennessee business owners of a new scam targeting businesses with a fraudulent "Certificate of Status" request form.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced a variety of road construction projects through Feb. 9 across Williamson County and Middle Tennessee:
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced a variety of road construction projects through Feb. 2 across Williamson County and Middle Tennessee:
The National Weather Service has updated their winter weather forecast which now shows that Williamson County and much of Middle Tennessee can expect 3-4 inches of snow beginning on Saturday night.
Williamson County residents have been paying $9 to have their vehicles tested, and passing the test has been a requirement to register vehicles with the state since 2014.
While much of Williamson County remains coated in snow, temperatures will rise and rain will fall on Saturday, bringing an end to the latest round of winter weather.
While the snow piled up, most roads across the county were clear and passable to traffic, with the most notable road closure being the Natchez Trace Parkway, which remains closed from Highway 96 all the way north along the parkway (MM 444 to MM 428).
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has suspended all interstate and state route lane closures for the upcoming Christmas and New Year holiday.
Parts of Williamson County are recovering from Saturday’s early morning storms that caused relatively minor damage across the county.
The National Weather Service Nashville has updated forecasting for severe storms that are expected to impact Williamson County and all of Middle Tennessee beginning Friday night.
Almost half of the Ovation submarket — among Metro Nashville area’s most high-profile mixed-use developments — just sold for $35 million after development onsite unexpectedly stalled for several years.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced a variety of road construction projects through Sept. 22 across Williamson County and Middle Tennessee.
The Tennessee Department of Human Services is offering food assistance to individuals and families who were impacted by last spring’s severe weather disaster which saw widespread flooding impact Williamson County and much of Middle Tennessee
The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation announced that vehicle emissions testing will end in five counties in January 2022, including in Williamson County.
Williamson Inc.’s housewarming did more than keep up with the Joneses as the opening of its new office at McEwen Northside was commemorated via open house.
Harpeth Conservancy's panel on Tennessee floods disparaged Brentwood residents' flood risk mitigation efforts in favor of home buyouts.
Some Williamson County law enforcement agencies recently used artificial intelligence and facial recognition technology to investigate crimes, marking a new era of policing in the county.
Enexor BioEnergy LLC is one of 11 North-American startups whom Google has selected for its Google for Startups Accelerator: Climate Change program.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced a variety of road construction projects through March 17 across Williamson County and Middle Tennessee.
The Tennessee Housing Development Agency is now accepting applications for its COVID-19 Rent Relief program that aims to support renters who are struggling to pay rent or utilities as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Williamson Medical Center and Maury Regional Medical Center have both been awarded the 2021 BEST for Babies Award from the Tennessee Department of Health and Tennessee Hospital Association.
Williamson Fire-Rescue has answered a mutual aid call to provide a water tanker full of water to the Memphis area following a water crisis in the city that was sparked from last week’s winter storms.
Middle Tennessee Electric announced a suspension to disconnections until March 2 due to the impact of last week's winter storms.
Update (12:30 p.m.): I-65 South has reopened following Thursday morning's crash but roads across the county continue to be hazardous following four days of ice and three inches of snow.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has used more than 20,000 tons of salt and logged over 117,000 miles clearing and treating roadways in response to this week's winter storms.
A new winter storm warning has been issued for all of Middle Tennessee, with this latest round of severe weather expected to bring 3-4 inches of snow to Williamson County starting Wednesday afternoon and throughout much of Thursday.