Williamson County Animal Center will host its monthly rabies and microchip clinic Saturday from 9-11 a.m. at the Center in Franklin.
The event coordinator for the annual Blackberry Jam Music Festival doesn’t mind the balancing act he has to perform each year.
Rippavilla, the pre-Civil War home in Spring Hill that recently came under the management of the Battle of Franklin Trust, is now once again available as an event and a wedding venue.
The Tennessee Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations voted unanimously, 20 to 0, to begin a comprehensive study of litter pollution in the state.
Beneath partly cloudy skies that helped to keep the temperatures at a reasonably level, scores of people turned out Saturday for two Juneteenth celebrations that happened in Franklin.
There is a wealth of information available online if you are interested in the history of Father’s Day, which was celebrated yesterday. Although I consider it one of the greeting card holidays, it has been around in some form or fashion for more than a century.
The Well Outreach food pantry will be holding a mobile food drive on Friday, June 25, at Spring Hill High School, and is inviting those in need and would-be volunteers to the regular event.
Williamson Medical Center has been named one of America’s 100 Best Hospitals for Patient Experience by the Women’s Choice Award, a national referral source for the best in health care.
Dancing Through the Decades, a community event that sees guests enjoy and dance to music from the 50s', 60s', 70s' and 80s', will return for its fourth annual outing on Saturday, June 19, after being absent in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Morning Pointe Father's Day Car Show saw a bevy of car enthusiasts turn out to the Spring Hill assisted living home on Thursday, who delighted residents with a variety of classic and modern vehicles.
When Ronald Crutcher began jotting down memories of his then 75 years of life and adventures in Williamson County and beyond, he thought his writings might be something his children and grandchildren could pick up and read from time to time.
The assisted living facility Morning Pointe of Spring Hill will be holding a Father's Day Car Show on Thursday, and invites Spring Hillians to both attend and partake in the car show.
It’s being billed as “One Historic Celebration, Two Historic Locations,” and organizers of this year’s Juneteenth in Franklin believe the holiday will live up to the stated theme.
Those wishing to add a pet member to their family through adoption can do so at no cost Friday and Saturday at Williamson County Animal Center.
The two-month countdown to the 2021 Williamson County Fair is underway, and admission and midway tickets are now available for purchase online.
Less than an hour into Sunday morning as my wife and I were casually sipping coffee and swapping sections of the newspaper, Dorrie interrupted the serenity with, “Oh no, did you know that Jeff Woodford died?”
Throughout the month of June, Williamson County Animal Center will join animal care organizations across the country to show appreciation for the people and programs that help find forever homes for displaced animals.
Chattanooga-based Blood Assurance, which is building a facility in Franklin and has a mobile site on Frazier Drive while construction is underway, is asking donors to “Commit to Give” all year long and join the company for a special event this month.
On May 11, a dangerous crack was discovered in one of the two 900-foot horizontal steel support beams that are critical to the stability of the Hernando de Soto Bridge in Memphis. The bridge crosses the Mississippi River and connects Tennessee and Arkansas to the tune of 60,000 cars and truc…
Considering there was a forecast for rain throughout the week, the theme selected for the 2021 Williamson County Junior Gardener Camp was perhaps most appropriate.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County announced this week the properties it considers the most at risk in the county and efforts to help preserve them.
Readers of all ages can explore the animal kingdom as the Williamson County Public Library System presents “Tails and Tales” for its summer library program.
The Well Outreach food pantry will be holding a mobile food drive on Saturday, June 12, at Spring Hill High School, and is inviting those in need and would-be volunteers to the regular event.
During a ceremonial check presentation at Tuesday’s Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting, Franklin Tomorrow transferred $50,000 to Columbia State Community College Foundation in donations made to the Pearl Bransford Memorial Scholarship fund through Franklin Tomorrow.