On the lawn of New Hope Academy Monday evening in Franklin, hundreds of people could be seen sitting in silence for nine minutes straight.
As the upcoming Aug. 6 and Nov. 3 elections draw closer, the Williamson County Election Commission announced on Monday a county-wide effort to recruit poll officials.
The Williamson County Emergency Management Agency has canceled all distribution of masks that were provided by the Tennessee Department of Health after health concerns surrounding the manufacturing process of the masks.
“If you want change, I want everybody to look to your left and your right right now; that is your change, that is your progress, that is your independent mind ready to tell the world that we mean business.”
In Williamson County, cases are at 542, a 42-case rise since last Friday, per the state. 9,367 negative tests have been conducted, and deaths stay at 10.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department will begin a limited list of programming opportunities, as well as open additional indoor facilities and amenities, beginning Monday, and will open all outdoor pools and the Franklin Splash Park on Wednesday.
Grilling enthusiasts can be found all across Williamson County, and they can enter to win a choice of meats along with other outdoor cooks across the state as the Tennessee Department of Agriculture launches its Pick Tennessee Products “Fill Your Grill” contest.
Gov. Bill Lee's office announced on Friday morning that all Tennessee assisted living, long-term care, senior residential and skilled nursing facilities will be required to test all residents for COVID-19 by June 30.
The online publication SafeWise released its annual list of Tennessee’s safest cities on Wednesday, with Spring Hill and Franklin being ranked as the 12th and 18th safest cities in the state, respectively. Both cities were placed six spots higher than in SafeWise’s 2019 list of safest Tennes…
The Nolensville Police Department arrested 28-year-old D’Andre D'Shawn Riley of Nashville on Wednesday in connection with several vehicle burglaries and a pickup truck that was stolen from a Nolensville home in the Catalina subdivision on May 19.
For the month of April, Williamson County’s unemployment rate had climbed to a staggering 10.4%, a significant jump from the 3.3% reported in March, according to a Thursday release from the Tennessee Department of Labor.
Experts and state officials told the State Funding Board on Wednesday that Tennessee's economy will likely bottom out during the third quarter before beginning a recovery projected to take anywhere from two to seven years.
Members of the state House returned to the Capitol Tuesday for a series of committee meetings in preparation for the full return of the Tennessee General Assembly next week.
On Friday, state Rep. Glen Casada made several comments to the Home Page regarding his opposition to expanding Medicaid in Tennessee, as well as his support for the Education Savings Account Pilot Program, also known as the school voucher program.
During a tele-town hall Tuesday afternoon, President Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law Lara Trump endorsed U.S. Senate candidate Bill Hagerty.
Industry leaders and Republicans in the state legislature are teaming up on a plan to protect businesses and other organizations from coronavirus-related litigation.
In Williamson County, positive COVID-19 cases hit 500 Friday while the death toll stayed at 10. 8,357 negative tests have been conducted, per the state.
In a video press conference on Friday, Tennessee Senate Democrats outlined their vision of what the road to economic recovery should look like, proposing numerous measures to increase revenue, cut costs and expand health coverage to Tennesseans.
In honor of the proclamation for EMS Week signed by Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson, and in acknowledgement of National EMS Week — both of which are being celebrated this week — Williamson Medical Center is recognizing the critical role Emergency Medical Service professionals play in…
The Williamson County Health Department will not be offering COVID-19 testing and mask distribution at the Williamson County Agricultural Center on Monday, May 25, closing temporarily in observance of Memorial Day.
After providing weekly updates on new unemployment claims, the Tennessee Department of Labor (TDL) released its official unemployment rate for the month of April Tuesday afternoon, which state officials described as being the "highest unemployment rate in a generation."
A total of 187,942 new claims for unemployment were made in Northern Middle Tennessee since March 22 as the state continues to wrestle with layoffs and furloughs as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
On a typical Memorial Day in downtown Franklin, a crowd of 350 to 500 people gather at Five Points to honor military veterans and especially those who made the ultimate sacrifice in serving their country.
Williamson County's cases of COVID-19 Wednesday stayed at 492 overall, and the death toll hasn't moved from 10 people in some time, per the state's map. Negative tests are still at 8,005 as well.
Williamson County's case count rose to 492 Tuesday, per the state's map, with 10 deaths and 8,005 negative tests conducted.
Earlier in May, reports began circulating that the names and addresses of Tennesseans who had tested positive for COVID-19 were being shared with law enforcement agencies across the state, as well as in Williamson County.