GraceWorks is expressing gratitude to the community for a record-breaking night of giving at its recent annual Neighbor Serving Neighbor Dinner, per a release.
Soulshine Pizza is gearing up to serve meals not only to customers but to families in need throughout Middle Tennessee in partnership with Franklin-based One Generation Away.
On Friday night, the Tunnel to Towers Foundation announced it has paid off the mortgages on homes of country singer turned police officer Jeff Carson and five Gold Star families, including one from Thompson's Station, per a press release.
Williamson County has been recognized with an Achievement Award from the National Association of Counties, according to a news release from the Washington, D.C., organization.
The 2022 Preservation Award winners were announced recently at the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s fifth annual Preservation Symposium at the Williamson County Enrichment Center, per a release.
Ten area citizens were sworn in by Juvenile Court Judge Sharon Guffee Wednesday as Williamson County Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers.
On Friday, the Tunnel to Towers Foundation will host the Never Forget parade and concert to recognize members of the military and first responders as Memorial Day approaches.
It’s been more than 60 years since Lerner and Loewe’s classic musical Camelot first premiered on Broadway. But thanks to Studio Tenn’s sleek, smart and eminently engaging production – on stage through May 15 – audiences have a whole new way to experience an old favorite.
The Williamson County Community Band will be joining with a band from Nebraska for a concert to be held Thursday, May 26, at 7 p.m. at Summit High School in Spring Hill.
GraceWorks Ministries announced Monday that Ivybrook Academy will serve as the title sponsor of the nonprofit’s 2022 Golf Fore GraceWorks Challenge scheduled for late summer at Temple Hills Country Club in Franklin.
Friends of the Williamson County Public Library will host its quarterly book sale from Friday, May 20, through Sunday, May 22, at the Williamson County Public Library’s main branch in Franklin.
In a schedule change, Williamson County Animal Center will host its monthly rabies vaccination and microchip clinic Saturday at its new location on Grisby Hayes Court in Franklin.
One of the most interesting – and fun – parts of being a grandparent has been learning what toys and games are now popular, and to know what old, reliable ones have stood the test of time.
Franklin High School graduate Grady Eades, author of For the Good of the Program: A Century of Middle Tennessee Scouting at Boxwell, 1921-2021, will be discussing his book and Scouting experiences at the main branch of the Williamson County Public Library Sunday, May 15, at 2 p.m.
To paraphrase Joni Mitchell just a bit, Barbara Bailey Hutchinson has looked at art from both sides now.
Local vocal coach/owner Natalie Kaye Robertson and O-Kaye Productions will host their artist showcase at the Franklin Theatre on Monday.
Mental health will be the topic of Franklin Tomorrow’s upcoming FrankTalks scheduled for Monday morning at the Westhaven Residents Center.
The fifth annual Preservation Symposium & Preservation Awards are being held Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Williamson County Enrichment Center as part of the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s commemoration of National Preservation Month.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County officially announced plans Monday morning for its recent purchase of the McConnell House property that stands next door to the nonprofit’s office in downtown Franklin.
The Foundation for the Horse, the charitable arm of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP), announced last week a donation of $50,000 to help horses, their owners and equine professionals in Ukraine and neighboring countries.
The Nolensville Police Department and Nolensville Board of Commissioners recently recognized a Nolensville teen with NPD’s first Community Partnership Award.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department’s (WCPR) outdoor splash parks and pools will open in May for the 2022 season, per a release.
For the month of May, Hattie Jane’s Creamery will partner with Nashville-based Thistle Farms in celebrating the nonprofit's milestone of 25 years serving women survivors of addiction and abuse.
The Chabad of Nashville and Congregation Micah hosted the last living Nuremberg trial prosecutor, Benjamin B. Ferencz, this week for a discussion about his experiences during World War II and in the following months of prosecution of Nazi war criminals.
As he helped to kick off Franklin Tomorrow’s most recent Breakfast with the Mayors at Rolling Hills Community Church earlier this week, Franklin Mayor Ken Moore asked for a show of hands.
The Williamson County Performing Arts Center at Academy Park and the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department are hosting the third annual Shine Your Light Youth Vocal Competition Sunday from 6-8 p.m., benefiting the Ray of Light Foundation.
The Franklin-based Slavic Baptist Church will be having another yard sale Saturday with all proceeds going toward refugees and others affected by the war in Ukraine that has now lasted for two months.
One month after Franklin aldermen had seemed to be in favor of a proposed rezoning request and development plan for the Brownland Farm property on Hillsboro Road, they did a complete 180 Tuesday night and voted unanimously to bring the project to a halt.
Law enforcement agencies and businesses across the county will take place in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 30, to allow the public to get rid of potentially dangerous prescription drugs.
The Middle Tennessee community raised a record amount for One Generation Away at the nonprofit’s largest fundraiser of the year.
Eat the Street, presented by United Community Bank, returns to Franklin’s Bicentennial Park on May 6 from 5 to 10 p.m. with an expansive lineup of food vendors, per a release.
A Brentwood nonprofit is bringing awareness and resources to children in foster care by providing high-quality, stylish fabric bags, having recently donated their 1,000 bag to children in need.
The 33rd Brentwood Summer Concert Series will return to Crockett Park with a robust musical lineup, a second round of the popular Brentfest, and some special community guests for 2022.
Adults looking to return to college to finish their degree or considering attending college for the first time will have the opportunity to have their questions answered by Middle Tennessee State University representatives next month at Williamson Inc., per a press release.
Studio Tenn Theatre Company announced Philip William McKinley as the special guest director for its early May production of Lerner & Loewe’s Camelot.
Franklin Mayor Ken Moore will give his annual State of the City address Wednesday, May 11, at Rolling Hills Community Church in Franklin beginning at 7:45 a.m.