Sen. Marsha Blackburn voiced her support Wednesday of a more fiscally conservative approach to tackling COVID-19 relief, a position seemingly at odds with President Donald Trump’s recent stimulus package offer of $1.8 trillion.
The Tennessee Department of Health on Wednesday released its preliminary plans for the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines throughout the state when they become available.
Two people have died of the virus in the past day in the county, and 51 have died since the beginning of the pandemic in March.
Law enforcement agencies and businesses across the county will take place in the annual National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Oct. 24 to allow the public to get rid of potentially dangerous prescription drugs.
The Franklin Marriott Cool Springs Conference Center, which is owned in part by both the city of Franklin and the Williamson County government, has seen a dramatic loss in revenue over the past few months, as well as a series of permanent layoffs.
General Motors announced on Tuesday that the Spring Hill Plant will see a $2 billion investment as it begins to manufacture the Cadillac Lyriq, the company's first all-electric SUV.
After batting back and forth for several weeks the idea of giving teachers more time to plan for classes during COVID-19 through the concept known as flex days, members of the Williamson County Board of Education overwhelmingly approved the resolution during Monday night’s meeting.
In comparison, the first four days of early voting in Williamson County during the 2016 presidential election saw 22,593 in-person ballots cast.
Early voting in Tennessee kicked off last week and with presidential election just two weeks away, concerns around election security are on the rise nationwide prompting local, state and federal plans to ensure Election Day security and integrity.
Like so many are doing in these days of social unrest and the movement toward racial equality, Emma Collins is seeking change.
Though the 2018 race for an open U.S. Senate seat in Tennessee was among the most closely watched and expensive in the country, this year’s redux is proving comparatively tame, especially considering record fundraising hauls by Senate candidates across the country.
Gov. Bill Lee and Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn on Friday announced they hope to suspend negative consequences for schools and educators related to standardized testing.
Williamson County Animal Center and Darrell Waltrip Subaru in Franklin are teaming up for Subaru Loves Pets, an October campaign to help shelter animals find homes.
As House Republicans and Democrats continue to negotiate a new COVID-19 stimulus package, Congressman Mark Green said Thursday that he would be in favor of spending the estimated $1.8 trillion in still undisbursed relief funds first "before we go writing another huge check."
After September’s historic flooding in Nolensville trapped some residents in their homes and vehicles the Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department has started the process of working toward establishing a swift water rescue team.
Unite Williamson is going virtual this year, as the third annual event takes place Saturday at 9 a.m. and will be presented live on Facebook.
Following a report from the New York Post that alleges to have discovered personal emails between Hunter Biden and executives at the Ukrainian energy firm Burisma, Congressman Mark Green signed a letter Thursday along with 18 other House Republicans demanding answers.
Elizabeth Madeira, who is running to unseat Republican incumbent Glen Casada in the Tennessee House of Representatives, was endorsed by former presidential candidate and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
With Williamson County voters already heading to the polls for early voting, last week Republican incumbent State Rep. Glen Casada scored an endorsement from the National Rifle Association.
The unemployment for the month of September in Tennessee was reported on Thursday to have dropped to 6.3 percent, down 2.3 percentage points from August's rate of 8.6 percent.
Thousands of Williamson County residents headed to the polls Wednesday for the first day of early voting, with the first day's voter turnout being 47.5 percent higher than in 2016.
Williamson County saw it's single largest drop in continued unemployment claims last week since the pandemic began in late March, with the number of residents receiving unemployment benefits dropping by 899 when compared to the previous week.
A little after 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, the Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted 5-4 to require gatherings of more than 20 people — including protests — to first obtain written permission from the city by way of a permit.