Ryman Hospitality Properties will build a permanent outdoor stage near the Ryman Auditorium with help from PNC Bank, which has signed a multi-year sponsorship deal with the historic venue.
Benefiting Rescue 1 Global, a Nashville-based organization that helps counter human trafficking, the fourth annual Spring Hill Street Fair is set to kick off this Saturday from 2 - 7 p.m. at Fireflies, a boutique store on Main Street.
The Spring Hill Police Department remembered the department's first fallen officer, Corporal Jeremy McLaren, who was killed in a traffic accident while on duty in February of 2010.
“Studio Tenn Talks: Theater Conversations with Patrick Cassidy,” a nationally recognized virtual talk show, has released the latest fall lineup with stars including Patti LuPone, Chita Rivera, Debbie Gibson and more.
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Communities across Middle Tennessee will remember the 2001 terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people in New York City, Washington D.C. and Shanksville, Pa., with both in-person and virtual events.
Spiritual directors in the Christian tradition have been utilizing the Enneagram for decades, but in recent years the awareness and interest in the Enneagram has steadily grown and gone mainstream.
To help with an overflow of adoptable kittens and to relieve overcrowding, the Williamson County Animal Center will offer special pricing Thursday through Saturday at its location on Claude Yates Drive in Franklin.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County and its division the Downtown Franklin Association have partnered with Visit Franklin and the city of Franklin to “Paint the Town Orange” this October in celebration of autumn in historic Franklin’s Main Street District.
Registration for this year’s virtual GraceWorks Turkey Trot is underway, and those interested in running one of the three featured routes can earn some “surprise swag” while helping families in need.
The Spring Hill chapter of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, known as the Spring Station Woman's Club, has recently donated $5,000 to two local domestic violence shelters.
The Maury County Fair, which has been held annually in Columbia for more than 70 years, continues to draw thousands of Tennesseans from the state over.
The deep irony of the latest Christopher Nolan film Tenet is that trying to figure out its 3,000-piece jigsaw puzzle of a plot isn’t the most challenging aspect about it.
On Wednesday, the Spring Hill Public Library launched a free, live online tutoring program for patrons by way of Tutor.com, an online tutoring company that offers on-demand one-on-one tutoring, test preparation and more.
In the six months or so since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold in Williamson County and all of elsewhere, people have made adjustments in whatever ways they could.
Published author and Franklin resident Carole Webb Slater will be instructing a four-week virtual teen writing class workshop Thursday focused on all the nuts and bolts of writing a memoir.
The Thompson’s Station Farmers Market, which kicked off this year in May at Sarah Benson Park, will now be held at Homestead Manor this Thursday, with more than 40 vendors being featured this week.
Blood Assurance, a full-service regional blood center serving more than 70 health care facilities in five states, is in critical need of donors, according to a press release sent Monday from the nonprofit.
The Spring Hill entertainment event venue The Landing is partnering with Blames Sweets & Treats this weekend for a grand opening Labor Day Weekend Celebration. The event will feature outdoor entertainment, games and more.
School of Rock Franklin will present a virtual concert Thursday from 6-7:30 p.m. that supports Mercy Community Healthcare’s Franklin Classic, an annual tradition that is also going virtual in 2020.
The Well Outreach food pantry will be holding a mobile food drive this Saturday on Sept. 5 at Spring Hill High School, and invites those in need and would-be volunteers to the regular event.
Good Monday morning to all, and here’s hoping we’ll get a short breather this week before the political ads start running close on the heels of the party conventions.
A group of nonprofits representing the Battle of Franklin and parkland came together Thursday to purchase at auction more than two acres of core battlefield on a tract of land near Carnton.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s Heritage Ball is the longest-running black-tie event in Williamson County, having started 48 years ago, and is the foundation’s largest fundraising event.
The Williamson County Fair Association has awarded its annual scholarship to five Williamson County students who are beginning their freshman years in college this fall.
When Aaron Frye was asked to build the playhouse for the annual fundraising raffle for Williamson County CASA, he must have felt like a kid in a candy store.
While news keeps happening and more residents move to Williamson County to call it home, sadly the pandemic has hit us like it has hit many other businesses.
Today is Aug. 26 but it feels like March 156, the sensation that we’ve been repeating the same day over and over since mid-March. That’s when the coronavirus established itself throughout the U.S., and the real possibility of contracting the highly contagious disease forced inside our homes …