A Franklin couple who were severely wounded in what Nashville Police called an unprovoked and random machete attack last week are recovering in the hospital while their neighbors have taken to prayer, charity and activism to support the couple and the first responders who saved their lives.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s third annual Preservation Symposium will be held June 26 from 1-5 p.m. and streamed live from the Franklin Theatre.
While the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has lowed down large gatherings in Williamson County and the country over, the Thompson's Station Farmer's Market saw well over 100 people travel to Sarah Benson Park Thursday to peruse the market's offerings of fresh produce, locally harvested honey and more.
The Brigadier General Richard Winn chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently named four students from schools in Spring Hill as winners in Good Citizen and History Essay categories.
After missing the 2019 season, the Thompson Station Farmer's Market will return on Thursday, May 21 for its first showing of the 2020 season, and every Thursday after that through October 15.
The annual Spring Hill Mayor’s Challenge, a four-month long fitness challenge, has had its check out day officially canceled due to safety concerns stemming from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Spring Hill’s younger artists took to the pavement last month after the Spring Station Woman’s Club launched its first ever community chalk art contest — and on Tuesday, the Woman’s Club announced the winners of that contest.
In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the Tennessee Department of Agriculture has expanded its Pick Tennessee Products mobile app to give consumers more opportunities to connect to local farms and food businesses than ever before.
After an eight-week hiatus due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Williamson County Animal Center has resumed its Community Cat program designed to address the population of unaltered cats in the county.
When we take our eyes off ourselves and focus on someone else, blessing them with our care and compassion without any consideration of reward or acknowledgement, humans feel a deep sense of fulfillment and satisfaction.
In light of the impact from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Williamson County Fair board has made the decision to cancel this year’s in-person fair and will spend time this summer working on plans for a virtual event.
A Williamson County Emergency Communications dispatcher has been credited with helping a Fairview woman deliver her baby while walking her through what she should do over the phone.
In acknowledgement of National Hospital Week May 10-16, Williamson Medical Center is honoring its own health care employees and showcasing the strength of a community that has come together in support and perseverance throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Tuesday, May 12, at noon, Dr. James G. Wellborn, a clinical psychologist with a private practice in Brentwood, will join us for our new Comeback Conversations series.
Davis House Child Advocacy Center has named a longtime leader in the nonprofit sector as its new executive director to replace Marcus Stamps, who left in March to become executive director for the Children’s Advocacy Centers of Tennessee.
After drawing a considerable reaction from Spring Hill residents on social media, many were left scratching their heads after seeing photos of Stewart Campbell Pointe Road and its wavy road markings. On Friday, city officials shared an explanation for the unique design on social media, as we…
A new physician assistant (PA) will be joining Williamson Medical Group at Williamson Medical Center’s Tollgate Medical Plaza location in Thompson’s Station.
The Urgent Team walk-in urgent care center in Franklin is among the company’s 25 centers that are offering two different tests to measure the impact of the coronavirus on patients.
While there are many things that will return to a familiar pattern, you are faced with the challenge to create a “new normal” for all that remains.
All this fear, uncertainty and isolation are taking a toll on you and your kids. So let’s take a moment to do a quick review of everyone’s physical and emotional health.
To celebrate The Big Payback and to kick off the summer, Mercy Community Healthcare will host a free Drive-Thru Ice Cream Social outside the community health center’s Franklin location in the Williamson Square Shopping Center (1113 Murfreesboro Road) Thursday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
It didn’t take long for volunteers with the grassroots organization FLAG Wilco to unload food and other donated items from five trucks parked in front of the GraceWorks Ministries building Monday afternoon.
It has never been as important that we, as citizens, think critically and consider the sources from which we receive news about this subject.
The Williamson County Animal Center will be hosting its annual Cinco de Meow festival, but this year’s event will be felines online because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Williamson County Public Library will be bringing back its takeout service known as Library2Go at the main location in Franklin and at its branches from May 4-12.