The Community Art Project returned to the Williamson County Fair with an original drawing by Franklin artist and educator Mary Ann McGinley that saw dozens of community members add their own unique touch to the collaborative project.
First Presbyterian Church in Franklin is starting a series of lectures open to the public, with the first one featuring a prominent Vanderbilt scholar and professor on Wednesday, Sept. 28, and again Wednesday, Oct. 5, at 6:45 p.m. each day.
Franklin Fire Department’s Citizens’ Fire Academy will return next month after a two-year hiatus due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Breeze Airways will introduce nonstop service via Nashville International Airport to White Plains, New York, and one-stop service to Norfolk, Virginia, with fares starting at $39 one way.
Alzheimer’s Tennessee is offering free Silver Alert kits and will be hosting a presentation on wandering prevention Wednesday, Aug. 24, from 4:30-7 p.m. at Brighton Gardens of Brentwood.
Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury (HFHWM) is accepting Homeownership Program applications through Sept. 30 for non-homeowners who currently live or work in Maury County.
After several hours of hard work and dedication from volunteers and members of the Mill Creek Watershed Association, Nolensville now has an exciting new Butterfly Garden.
The Downtown Franklin Rotary Club (DFRC) is seeking teams for its new Rollick & Roll Community Field Day to be held on Saturday, Sept. 17, at Fieldstone Park.
Tickets and sponsorships are now available for High Hopes Development Center’s eighth annual High Hopes & Hops fundraising event at Yee-Haw Brewing Company (423 Sixth Ave. South) Tuesday, Aug. 30, from 5:30–7:30 p.m.
Participants in the 2022 AbleVoices Summer Photography Club made impressive showings with their skills as the Williamson County Fair got underway Friday evening.
After I shared my summer reading list a couple of months ago and mentioned William Kent Krueger’s Cork O-Connor series, a reader was kind enough to send an email and tell me about two of his and his wife’s favorites book series: Louise Penny’s Inspector Gamache and Marc Cameron’s Arliss Cutler.
The Spring Hill Fire Department have joined Maury County Public Schools in collecting school supplies for students who have been impacted by widespread flooding across Kentucky.
The Trader Joe's in Cool Springs is approaching its first anniversary later this month, and a celebration is right around the corner.
We are midway through summer and have had few weather-related issues to deal with this season (knocking on wood, NOW!) unlike our neighbors to the north in Kentucky where flooding this week has hit areas hard resulting in widespread destruction, leaving many homeless or at the least with som…
The Williamson County Fair returns to the Williamson County AG Expo Park on Friday with new attractions and nine days of fun for the entire family.
The Harpeth Conservancy’s River Swing is set for Saturday, Sept. 17 and will feature five-time Grammy Award winner Keb’ Mo’, Joe Andrews (The Cameroons, Old Crow Medicine Show), Tom Landstreet and friends and Trevor Clark Trio as part of its musical acts.
Over the past couple of months, an array of campaign material has ended up in my mailbox and a few folks have knocked on my door stumping for candidates, all in anticipation of the primary election Thursday, Aug. 4.
In many of the watercolors, oil paintings or other pieces she has created, Franklin artist Barbara Bullard finds herself reliving a memory.
On any day at Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Stahlman Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, critically ill newborns as young as 22 weeks of life will survive their premature birth 18 weeks early and grow up to live healthy lives.
The topic of the historic Lee-Buckner school will be discussed Friday at the African American Heritage Society of Williamson County’s Porch Talks, and will include remembrances from two of its former students.
The annual Brentwood Battle of the Badges Blood Drive returns next month and will honor Williamson County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) Deputy Chandler Rowe who was shot in the line of duty in February.
Summer time is nearing an end, but throughout Middle Tennessee there are still some fun free family-friendly events going on. From lunch with some cartoon characters to hot dogs to free haircuts, this week has you covered.
The weather has been too hot to do much of anything outdoors, and now it looks like a few days of rain are coming to Franklin. Best just to keep staying indoors for a while.
Friends of Williamson County Animal Center (FOWCAC) has announced it will host its fourth annual “An Evening with Friends” fundraiser on Thursday, Sept. 16, at The Factory at Franklin, starting at 6:00 p.m. in Liberty Hall.
Like they were in her first published book titled Brave, the two young children of Franklin author Kathleen Davis were quite the influence for her soon-to-be released second book.
The Brentwood skyline will look a little different for the next year after the steeple at Brentwood United Methodist Church was removed to begin restorations.
The Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival has announced the lineup for the 2022 American Music Triangle Experience (AMTE), and several local artists are scheduled to perform.
The REALTOR Good Works Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Williamson County Association of REALTORS (WCAR), recently announced that a total of $29,000 would be awarded to eight Williamson County students.
When we decided to go offsite to see a movie a few weekends ago, my wife and I estimated it had been nearly three years since we had visited a movie theater.
Despite what they may have believed, the customers at Nelly's Italian Cafe & Pizza in Spring Hill were not being pranked on Thursday when actor and stunt performer Johnny Knoxville stopped by.
County Historian Rick Warwick is undoubtedly a local treasure, and he's just given the public another glimpse into Williamson County's rich history with his latest book, "Lemuel Parker, Bingham Photographer."
Parents are likely to have their back-to-school countdown ready by now, but there’s still some low-cost summer fun to be had in Middle Tennessee.
The Factory at Franklin was particularly noisy Thursday morning as workers were disassembling scores and scores of horse stalls that had been installed for the purpose of dividing space within what had been a mini-mall of sorts.