Members of the Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted Tuesday night to approve a couple of key agenda items that will have an impact on the downtown district.
At Tuesday night’s Nolensville Planning Commission meeting, the highly anticipated Southwalk development was up for discussion once again.
At last week’s Town Commission meeting, a lengthy discussion took place regarding the future fire station options for Nolensville ahead of the impending vote for the construction of Fire Station No. 1.
Just a few weeks after winning its second consecutive state championship, the Nolensville Little League Baseball program finds themselves on the brink a fourth Little League World Series appearance.
The Williamson County Board of Education and the Tennessee Department of Education have been named as the defendants in a federal lawsuit filed by the parents of a transgender third-grade student who are alleging discrimination following the enforcement of the "Tennessee Accommodations for A…
Developers and engineers from Chastain Skillman met with members of the neighborhood this past Thursday to discuss plans for expansion being planned for Vanderbilt Legends Golf Club and its potential effects on surrounding properties.
Beginning May 3, 2023, all persons must have a REAL ID license to access certain federal facilities, military bases and board commercial flights within the United States.
One person is in critical condition after falling into a 30-foot concrete holding tank at a Thompson's Station construction site on Monday morning.
The Vote Yes on 3 campaign, which aims to remove slavery from the Tennessee Constitution, announced its bipartisan advisory board of state officials on Monday.
The fallout from a 2021 Federal investigation into Spring Hill-based Crestar Labs is continuing with a new 40-count second superseding indictment that has charged eight people in a Medicare and Medicaid fraud conspiracy across six states.
With the Senate passing the historic Inflation Reduction Act, Tennessee senators Marsha Blackburn and Bill Hagerty weren't among the votes cast in its favor.
National Republican leaders on Friday officially picked Milwaukee as the host site for the 2024 Republican National Convention, finally ending Nashville’s bid for the event.
The extra-contagious BA.5 variant of COVID-19 isn’t going anywhere, and a drug that helps temper the severity of symptoms is now more accessible in Tennessee.
The Williamson County Rescue Squad responded to a unique call on Thursday after a horse became stuck in a residential swimming pool.
Local candidates and voters packed Mojo's Tacos in the Factory at Franklin on Thursday night for an election watch party for Tennessee State Senator Jack Johnson, Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson and now Republican State Representative candidate for District 63 Jake McCalmon, among others.
Williamson County headed back to the polls Thursday for a general election, and Senate Majority Leader Jack Johnson is breathing a sigh of relief.
Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles won the Republican primary in Tennessee’s 5th Congressional District on Thursday, setting him up as the favorite to succeed U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper (D-Nashville) in Congress.
Eleven of the 25 voting centers in Williamson County had counts of more than 100 voters as Election Day moved along Thursday morning.
At Thursday night’s Town Commission Meeting, Nolensville may be granted approval for a new public park.
U.S. Senators Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) and Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) saw their Reese's Law pass through Congress this week and head to President Joe Biden's desk to soon become law.
A number of participants in the 21st Judicial District Recovery Court turned out Tuesday to honor a man who has helped to make a significant difference in their lives and in those of many before them.
Last week, Nolensville Fire and Rescue responded to 47 calls of service. Of these calls, the department responded to one lightning strike of a home and a construction site fire, according to town manager, Victor Lay.
At this week’s Town Commission meeting, the Nolensville Police Department is seeking the approval of several items, including the purchase of new radios, authorization of a contract to to provide police training, and the use of PCN Strategies to provide data storage for body cameras and in-c…
Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) and her fellow senator's efforts to mount a new World War II memorial in Washington D.C. passed through the U.S. Senate and Natural Resources Committee last month.
Nearly half of the votes tallied in early voting for the Aug. 4 Williamson County general election and the state and federal primaries came on the final four days.
A Franklin man has been indicted on vehicular homicide charges in a December 2021 crash that killed another Franklin man and seriously injured the man’s wife.
Nearly one year after a chaotic Williamson County Schools board meeting went viral, no charges have been filed and the criminal investigation is closed.
The Tennessee office of NFIB, a small business advocacy organization, has presented the Guardian of Small Business award to state Rep. Sam Whitson.
The Nolensville Fire and Rescue Department is still currently working to narrow in on the best fire station design to serve the city.
The three historic sites operated by the Battle of Franklin Trust will no longer host events such as weddings, summer concerts, or the annual Bootlegger’s Bash, according to a notice on the BOFT website.
The Brentwood Police Department responded to a robbery at the Franklin Road Walgreens pharmacy on Thursday afternoon which saw an unspecified amount of prescription pills stolen.
With fewer than three days left of early voting and just a week away from the Aug. 4 election day for the Williamson County general election and the state and federal primaries, turnout is lagging behind the totals from the 2018 election.
Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) and Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) saw their Kids Online Safety Act passed through the Senate Commerce Committee unanimously this week.
The Sargent Legacy Fund has announced its endorsements for candidates in the Aug. 4 Williamson County General Election, per a release.
The Brentwood City Commission met for their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday night, just two days after fellow Commissioner Regina Smithson died at her home.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center officials announced Monday plans to build a 15-story inpatient tower on the site of a parking structure between 21st Avenue South and Medical Center Drive.
The United States Postal Service announced Monday evening that it would be temporarily suspending operations at the Fairview Post Office, including retail and delivery, due to safety concerns.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have updated their COVID-19 public health guidance for Williamson County, and they are now recommending that the public wear masks indoors in public.
More than 6,600 voters have cast early ballots ahead of the Aug. 4 Williamson County general election and the state and federal primaries.