As Williamson County and the country at large continue to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic, county Mayor Rogers Anderson shared an optimistic view this week on what he foresees to be the light at the end of the tunnel.
While unemployment rates are still significantly higher in Williamson County when compared to pre-pandemic levels, last week saw the lowest number of both new and continued unemployment claims since March 21.
A Tennessee committee overseeing the state’s allocation of $2.3 billion in federal coronavirus aid met Wednesday to discuss the final steps before the funds expire at the end of the month.
The Tennessee Board of Parole and other state agencies will hold the 18th annual Tennessee Season to Remember virtually on Thursday to honor and remember victims of homicide across the state.
Former Brentwood police officer, family man and Spring Hill resident Dan Hester, 49, tragically passed away Tuesday after battling COVID-19 for over a month.
“I know the business; I've been there, I've run it, and I understand how it gets run by the creative brain, followed by business and then gets overtaken by business,” Davis said.
Tennessee lawmakers are considering ways to claw back pandemic-related powers from the executive branch ahead of their return to legislative session in January.
The Tennessee Department of Education and the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services have partnered with other statewide organizations, to provide a COVID-19 Emotional Support Line for all Tennessee educators.
A Tennessee Department of Health spokesperson confirmed on Tuesday that the Williamson County Health Department is anticipating it may receive its first doses of a COVID-19 vaccine by mid-December, after which the vaccine will be distributed in phases to different demographics based on certa…
Update: The rally has been cancelled according to a Facebook post from the Williamson County Republican Party.
Roughly 40 years ago, Johnny Simmons of Franklin planted a spruce evergreen tree in his front yard. His daughter, Sherry Willhelm, remembers that tree well throughout the years of growing up in her childhood home.
The Tennessee Department of Labor recorded a total of 131 Williamson County residents who applied for unemployment for their first time during the week ending on Nov. 21.
After months' worth of declining unemployment rates month over month since the coronavirus pandemic began, October saw Williamson County experience its first increase in unemployment since April, according to new data released Wednesday from the Tennessee Department of Labor.
Pearl Bransford, an alderman at large for the city of Franklin for the past 13 years and a friend to many throughout the community, died Friday evening of cancer.
The busiest shopping day of the year has almost arrived, and while the ongoing coronavirus pandemic will likely see less shoppers hit the street this Friday, the amount of Black Friday deals remains just as large as ever.
The Tennessee Division of Consumer Affairs in the Tennessee Attorney General’s Office is warning seniors of scams aimed at stealing personal information and money.
The Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department responded to a single vehicle crash on Tuesday evening that shut down a section of Clovercroft Road.
“I completely acknowledge that it [COVID-19] exists — I’m not a COVID-denier. People have died from this disease, that is tragic, loss of life is tragic, but I’m not being callous when I say this — people die,” Gary Humble said.
Williamson County saw another large number of COVID-19 cases reported Monday as Thanksgiving week continues.
Gov. Bill Lee and First Lady Maria Lee had their hands full Monday afternoon as they helped distribute Thanksgiving meals with The Well Outreach food pantry in Spring Hill.
Gov. Bill Lee and First Lady Maria Lee will join staff at The Well Outreach food pantry in Spring Hill Monday afternoon to help distribute Thanksgiving meals to those in need, according to The Well's executive director Shelly Sassen.
Senate Republicans on Thursday voted to re-elect their leadership team, including Lt. Gov. Randy McNally, Majority Leader Jack Johnson and Caucus Chair Ken Yager.