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.
Hard Bargain Association will be holding a community day of service Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the nonprofit’s Ty’s House on Mount Hope Street in Franklin.
The Town of Nolensville will hold a Community Planning Day Open House on Saturday, Oct. 17, to allow for community input on future town development.
There was a time when Kenny Bowling, business manager for the Franklin company TN Box Beams, was so lacking in motivation that showing up for his job was a monumental challenge.
The Williamson County Animal Center will have its monthly public rabies and microchip clinic Saturday from 9-11 a.m. at its facility in Franklin.
To the list of so many other iconic events and traditions in Franklin that have been canceled due to the impact of the coronavirus, add the annual Franklin Kiwanis Christmas Parade.
While the coronavirus outbreak brought a halt to live shows onstage, the staff at Source One Five had the idea to think outside the box.
Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival producers are moving full steam ahead in planning for its return in 2021, according to a press release sent by the festival organizers.
The second annual Cruz In with the Cops will kick off at the Church at Nolensville on Saturday featuring a car show, free coffee and donuts and a chance to meet the officers behind the badge at the Nolensville Police Department.
As supplies of specific blood types remain low, Blood Assurance is making an appeal for donors and especially those from millennial and Gen Z generations to step up and donate.
Jenkins Cumberland Presbyterian Church partnered with Providence Baptist Church’s Nolensville Food Pantry and Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee on Friday for a mobile, drive-thru food pantry that provided 152 families with groceries.
For both beginners and advanced cyclists alike, the Wilkins Branch Mountain Bike Park in Leiper’s Fork is now open just in time for the ideal fall weather Middle Tennessee has been enjoying.
Although it would be pompous of me to imply I have enough correspondence from readers to have a regular feature called “Bob’s Mail Bag” or something of that nature, I do occasionally receive emails from folks who want to comment on something I write here.
Sunday's flash flooding cut off parts of Nolensville and caused damage to property across town including the Historic Nolensville School which houses both a museum and community events, and now members of the Nolensville community have stepped up to help salvage artifacts, including the scho…
Nolensville community members will gather on Saturday to remember and honor one of their own, Lt. Col. Shelli Huether, who was killed along with two other members of the Tennessee Air National Guard in a plane crash last week.
Ryman Hospitality Properties will build a permanent outdoor stage near the Ryman Auditorium with help from PNC Bank, which has signed a multi-year sponsorship deal with the historic venue.
Jenkins Cumberland Presbyterian Church is partnering with Providence Baptist Church’s Nolensville Food Pantry and Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee for a mobile, drive-thru food pantry.
“Studio Tenn Talks: Theater Conversations with Patrick Cassidy,” a nationally recognized virtual talk show, has released the latest fall lineup with stars including Patti LuPone, Chita Rivera, Debbie Gibson and more.
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Communities across Middle Tennessee will remember the 2001 terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people in New York City, Washington D.C. and Shanksville, Pa., with both in-person and virtual events.
Spiritual directors in the Christian tradition have been utilizing the Enneagram for decades, but in recent years the awareness and interest in the Enneagram has steadily grown and gone mainstream.
To help with an overflow of adoptable kittens and to relieve overcrowding, the Williamson County Animal Center will offer special pricing Thursday through Saturday at its location on Claude Yates Drive in Franklin.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County and its division the Downtown Franklin Association have partnered with Visit Franklin and the city of Franklin to “Paint the Town Orange” this October in celebration of autumn in historic Franklin’s Main Street District.
Registration for this year’s virtual GraceWorks Turkey Trot is underway, and those interested in running one of the three featured routes can earn some “surprise swag” while helping families in need.
The deep irony of the latest Christopher Nolan film Tenet is that trying to figure out its 3,000-piece jigsaw puzzle of a plot isn’t the most challenging aspect about it.
In the six months or so since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold in Williamson County and all of elsewhere, people have made adjustments in whatever ways they could.