The Chattanooga-based blood bank Blood Assurance, which recently opened a location in Franklin, will be holding a mobile blood drive on Saturday in partnership with the Nashville Humane Association.
The Chattanooga-based blood bank Blood Assurance, which recently opened up a location in Franklin, is currently down to less than one-day's worth of supply of O-negative and O-positive blood, and is calling on the community to consider donating.
The National Weather Service Nashville is warning of potential severe weather on Friday, which could bring thunderstorms and strong winds to Middle Tennessee.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal crash where a Williamson County Sheriff's Office patrol vehicle hit and killed a pedestrian on Interstate 840 on Tuesday night.
The Tennessee Highway Safety Office is partnering with law enforcement agencies across the state for their fall speeding prevention campaign that will see increased traffic enforcement from Oct. 15-29.
Williamson Medical Center is planning a $189 million expansion that will add more than 60 new beds to the hospital in its first large-scale expansion since 2003.
The Friends of the Williamson County Public Library group is seeking donations of gently used books and other materials, especially children’s books.
The Tennessee Department of Health has now reported a total of 1,246,815 cases of COVID-19 across the state, up 2,445 cases on Thursday from 10,024,136 new test results — a 10.4-percent positivity rate.
Williamson Families, a new political action committee (PAC) created to prevent Williamson County from heading "toward a mountain of failed leftist politics," launched its website and social media pages on Friday, as well as made three official endorsements in the race for the Franklin Board …
Blood Assurance will be hosting a mobile blood drive Thursday in honor of Allison Barnes, the wife of Williamson County Sheriff Detective Darren Barnes who is currently hospitalized for leukemia.
The Franklin Police Department arrested 27-year-old Brenton Johnson in connection with a fatal shooting of 57-year-old Guillermo Leon on Reveille Court on Tuesday evening.
A bill regulating Nashville's array of downtown party vehicles — buses, tractors and a mobile hot tub — passed on a crucial second vote at the Metro Council Tuesday night, putting it on track for approval later this month.
The Tennessee Department of Health has now reported a total of 1,238,023 cases of COVID-19 across the state, up 1,081 cases on Monday from 9,967,636 new test results — a 12.1 percent positivity rate.
Due to inclement weather, the Williamson County Department of Health has moved its COVID-19 vaccine and testing operations for Oct. 5-8 to Christ United Methodist Church located at 508 Franklin Road in Franklin.
On Monday, Gov. Bill Lee spoke at the Marriott Hotel in Franklin to celebrate this year's leading environmental conservationists at the Governor's Environmental Stewardship Awards (GESA) ceremony.
Officials from the Cheekwood Golf Club are “evaluating our options for the future” after the Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted recently to rescind a lease agreement between Cheekwood and the city of Franklin.
Julie Anne Stamps says she had been working successfully as a member of the customer care team at Ramsey Solutions when she started to come to terms with her sexuality.
Officials with Smith & Wesson Brands Inc. announced Thursday the firearms manufacturing and design company will relocate its headquarters from Springfield, Massachusetts to Maryville, a $125 million effort that will yield 750 jobs.