The Williamson County Election Commission held a hand-count performance audit following the Nov. 8 general election which showed 100% accuracy in the county’s election results, a change in procedure that will soon be seen state-wide.
Tenn. Gov. Bill Lee has appointed sitting Kentucky State Sen. Dr. Ralph Alvarado as commissioner for the Tennessee Department of Health beginning Jan. 16, 2023, following the resignation of TDH Commissioner Dr. Lisa Piercey who led the department throughout the heights of the ongoing pandemic.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation will suspend all lane closures on state highways and interstates during the Thanksgiving holiday in anticipation of higher traffic volumes across the state.
The Spring Hill Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying the driver involved in a hit-and-run incident that damaged a fence on Nov. 6.
Election Day 2022 is here, and the results are rolling in across the state. With a number of races and one referendum on the ballot in Williamson County, we have rounded up tonight's results and will be updating throughout the evening.
Tenn. Gov. Bill Lee's reelection campaign bus tour made its last stop in Franklin on the eve of the 2022 midterm election where he framed Tennessee as the example of the future of governance nationwide.
Old Smyrna Road in Brentwood reopened on Wednesday night after it was closed for more than 30 hours following Tuesday's single-engine plane crash that killed one man.
The City of Spring Hill and the Spring Hill Fire Department welcomed their new Fire Chief Victor Graig Temple during Monday night's Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting.
Update (11:15 a.m.): The National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration are investigating a fatal plane crash that killed one person on Tuesday morning.
Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury has named Kim Randell as CEO and Jennee Galland as President and COO following the departure of Becket Moore after a decade of serving in the roles of President and COO.
The Williamson County Democratic Party held their Hugh Williamson Unity Picnic on Saturday, drawing around 100 voters and supporters at Franklin's Strahl Street Park to hear remarks from Democratic candidates just one month before the 2022 general election.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office has partnered with Volunteer Behavioral Health Care System to provide a mental health co-responder in an effort to expand their capabilities to handle rising mental health calls.
The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development announced a series of grants totaling $53.4 million meant to boost rural broadband internet infrastructure, including $14 million for projects in Williamson County.
Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival returns to Franklin's The Park at Harlinsdale Farm this weekend, and we have a run down of things attendees need to know before their weekend of fun.
Spring Hill's newest Municipal Court Judge Nichole Dusche was sworn in this week during the city's Sept. 19 Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting.
A Spring Hill man has been charged with felony theft after allegedly stealing a statue valued at $2,900 from a Franklin antique mall.
The Williamson County Rescue Squad responded to a single-vehicle crash on Wednesday evening that saw a truck leave the roadway, causing injuries to at least one of the occupants.
The Better Business Bureau of Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky is warning consumers to be aware of news scams targeting those who may be eligible for student loan forgiveness.
Blood Assurance is reporting a significant blood supply shortage after multiple traumas over Labor Day weekend.
A man charged in a Smyrna attempted robbery that resulted in the killing of a another man will also soon be charged in connection to a Aug. 27 Brentwood armed robbery.
Update (9/7 10:15 a.m.): FPD announced the arrest of wanted man Julius Waters on Tuesday, Sept. 6, following a tip.
Visitor spending generated $1.04 billion in direct economic impact to Williamson County during 2021, according to newly released data from U.S. Travel Association and Tourism Economics.
A Fairview man has been indicted on aggravated assault and vandalism (up to $1,000) charges after police said that he lunged at his neighbor with a chainsaw earlier this year.
Update (9:15 p.m.): SHPD issued an update at 7:35 p.m. where they said that no explosive was found, and that the investigation was ongoing.
Longtime Williamson County Commissioner, civic leader and businessman Brigadier General Bertram (Bert) Humble Chalfant, Jr., died on Wednesday surrounded by members of his family. He was 86.
A Franklin doctor was one of several medical professionals who joined dozens of community members outside of Nashville's Justice A. A. Birch Building on Thursday to protest Tennessee's abortion ban which went into effect that day, dramatically reshaping the state's healthcare landscape.
The City of Brentwood has entered into an interlocal agreement with the Williamson County government and the city of Franklin to address the growing threat of flooding in the county and region with the creation of a combined Swiftwater rescue team.
The Brentwood City Commission seat left open following the death of longtime Commissioner Regina Smithson will be filled by way of a special election early next year.
The Republican Women of Williamson County hosted three Nolensville teens on Wednesday who the group recently sponsored to attend the 2022 Turning Point USA Young Women's Leadership Summit.
The Franklin Fire Department and Franklin Police Department responded to a hazmat call at an Internal Revenue Service building on Tuesday morning after a "suspicious letter" was received, prompting a now federal investigation.
Former state House Speaker Glen Casada (R-Franklin) was arrested Tuesday morning, along with an ex-top aide, after a federal grand jury on Monday indicted the duo and charged them with bribery, fraud and money laundering crimes.
A school bus crash closed Murfreesboro Road from Mack Hatcher to downtown Franklin on Friday morning after the bus left the roadway and severed a utility pole near the intersection of Ralston Lane.
Embattled Brentwood attorney Connie Reguli has been indicted on a new criminal charge stemming from a lawsuit she filed against Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson earlier this year.
The Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts is looking for a contractor to study what it would take to implement a statewide e-filing system for Tennessee’s court system.
Vanderbilt University hosted Tenn. Sen. Marsha Blackburn on Monday morning for a tour of their research facility that has been developing and testing a military exosuit in partnership with the U.S. Army.
The Brentwood Police Department is reminding motorists and pedestrians to exercise safety and caution around multi-use pedestrian paths after a video was posted to social media showing a car drive on a pedestrian trail alongside Concord Road.
Members of the Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted Tuesday night to approve a couple of key agenda items that will have an impact on the downtown district.
The Spring Hill Chamber hosted a non-partisan Spring Hill Votes Rally for all residents this past Thursday morning at Grecian Family Restaurant and Bakery.