Despite Williamson County reaching an all-time high in the number of daily reported COVID-19 cases, hospitalization for COVID-19 patients dropped at Williamson Medical Center for the third consecutive week.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced a variety of road construction projects through Jan. 26 across Williamson County and Middle Tennessee:
On Wednesday, both Williamson and Maury counties shattered records for the average number of daily reported cases of COVID-19, with Williamson County reporting 3,140 new cases from Jan. 12 - 19, and Maury County reporting 1,775 for a daily average of 449 and 254, respectively.
The Franklin Fire Department and Spring Hill Fire Department issued mutual aid the Maury County Fire Department on Wednesday night after a vehicle was swept off of a roadway and into a Columbia creek.
State Rep. Glen Casada, who represents Williamson County as part of Tennessee's 63rd district, filed on Monday to run for Williamson County clerk, a position currently held by Jeff Whidby.
COVID-19 home test kits have become a hot commodity since holiday travel saw a rise in demand at the same time that Omicron variant began to surge across the nation, and now the federal government is offering free test kits.
In his visit to Franklin on Friday for the "American Dream Conference," an event described as "a celebration of the spirit and American ideals of MLK Jr.," former U.S. Secretary of Housing Ben Carson spoke out against what he called "the indoctrination of young people," alleging that childre…
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.
A "major" winter storm is expected to bring 4-5 inches of snow to Williamson County this weekend which is expected to significantly impact travel beginning Saturday night.
The Tennessee Registry of Election Finance decided Thursday to issue subpoenas for State Rep. Glen Casada, his former aide Cade Cothren, and several other associates after the state agency voted to reopen an audit on a political action committee allegedly opened in part by Cothren.
The Franklin Police Department has charged the unidentified teen with aggravated vandalism greater than $10,000, leaving the scene of a crash, failure to report a crash and felony evading, but it's unclear at this time if the suspect is being charged as an adult or a juvenile.
On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court voted to block President Joe Biden's vaccine mandate first proposed by his administration back in September, while still allowing the mandate to apply to health care workers.
Continuing a wave of redistricting news this week, Tennessee Senate leaders on Thursday released plans for their own districts, part of a suite of new maps expected to get final approval next week.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced a variety of road construction projects through Jan. 19 across Williamson County and Middle Tennessee:
While Williamson County has retained its position of having the single-lowest unemployment rate in the state for the duration of the pandemic, the state as a whole saw a troubling increase in the number of a weekly unemployment claims, a new study found.
Many who attended the first concert last August at the newly-opened FirstBank Amphitheater were met with disappointment after being forced to wait in traffic for hours.
Gannett Co. officials announced Wednesday the company will no longer offer a Saturday printed edition of The Tennessean, the latest move of note for the city’s newspaper of record.
Williamson County may soon be split into two congressional districts after Tennessee state Republicans presented a redistricting proposal in a committee hearing on Wednesday.
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.
From a ballfield facility benefiting both middle school students and the community at large to a greatly improved gateway into town, the city of Franklin is closing in on the completion or reaching a significant milestone of at least five major projects in 2022.
Despite Williamson Medical Center Chief Financial Officer Michael Jennessee telling Williamson County Commissioners Monday that the hospital is experiencing "a labor issue," net income at the hospital has increased significantly when compared to last year.
The Tennessee General Assembly kicked off the second year of the current session Tuesday, with largely ceremonial gatherings serving as a prelude to redistricting debates to take place later this week.
During Monday night's meeting of the Williamson County Commission, Commissioner Paul Webb shared that the county government was exploring the idea of using the more than $43 million in federal funds it's set to receive toward improving the county's broadband and utility infrastructure.
In a COVID-19 update given by Williamson Medical Center CEO Phil Mazzuca Monday to the Williamson County Commission, he said he was hopeful that the current surge of COVID-19 cases has peaked following an almost 500-percent increase in the hospital's number of COVID-19 patients over a two-we…
Five former students filed suit in federal court Sunday alleging that top colleges, including Vanderbilt University, have engaged in price fixing and unfairly limiting aid.
Art Helps Cancer, a Nolensville-based nonprofit that helps support cancer patients and their families, will kick off the 2022 Art From The Heart auction online next week.
Tennessee Republicans plan to divide Nashville into multiple congressional districts, House Speaker Cameron Sexton (R-Crossville) told the Associated Press.
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.
Cold weather and continued hazardous road conditions have led to a decision by One Generation Away to cancel its food distribution efforts in Dickson this weekend.
With most downtown merchants and other locations having decided to cancel their participation in Friday night’s Franklin Art Scene due to the weather, the monthly event won’t be held for January.
Construction on the long-awaited Critz Lane project has begun, with the construction company Rogers Group Inc. kicking off the first phase of the project earlier this week.
Williamson County Government offices and both school systems will remain closed on Friday, Jan. 7, following heavy snowfall on Thursday with residents urged to stay home and stay safe.
Piedmont Natural Gas is facing scrutiny for its pricing during a February 2021 winter storm that blanketed Nashville and surrounding areas with snow and ice.
As Middle Tennessee is being blanketed with snow Thursday, two separate groups operating in Williamson County are offering free rides for essential workers to get to and from work, a service the groups have been offering for years during times of severe weather.
Bernice King, the youngest child of Martin Luther King Jr., spoke out Wednesday against the Williamson County chapter of Moms for Liberty for the organization's use of her father's image in promoting an upcoming event.
Retired neurosurgeon, former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and 2016 presidential candidate Ben Carson is set to appear at the Factory at Franklin next week.
A New Jersey man will repay more than $94,000 to a Fairview man after he accepted a judicial diversion plea following a 2020 incident that led to several financial crime charges.
Franklin Tomorrow has made the decision to hold its January FrankTalks lecture as a webinar using Zoom instead of presenting it in person as originally planned.
A Hermitage woman has been sentenced to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to second degree murder in a 2018 overdose death that killed a Brentwood man.
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).