Spring Hill city elections have seen progressively worse and worse voter turnout rates; in 2017, the city election saw a 7.72% voter turnout, and in 2019, an abysmal 5.67%, with just 1,545 votes cast out of the city’s 27,271 registered voters.
Gov. Bill Lee on Monday called the House and Senate back to Nashville for a special session — the second time he has done so in his less than two years in office.
With early voting in the rearview mirror, the top Republican candidates for U.S. Senate are headed toward the finish line of what Politico dubbed “the nastiest Republican primary in the country.”
A Home Page survey has found a slight majority of almost 900 polled feel that the Confederate battle flag depicted on the Williamson County seal should be removed or replaced.
Much like the rest of Tennessee, the city of Nashville is still experiencing a shutdown of sorts, with bars ordered to be closed through the month of July, and restaurants limited to operating at half capacity.
Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson has extended the county’s mask mandate through Aug. 29 in response to the continued COVID-19 pandemic.
More than 200 people were gathered at Bicentennial Park Friday evening, all sharing the same mission: to march towards the Confederate monument in downtown Franklin and demand the statue’s removal.
Governor Bill Lee signed an executive order on Friday afternoon extending the authority of local governments to require residents to wear masks.
The United Way of Greater Nashville recently awarded the Maury Regional Health Care Foundation a $10,000 grant from the organization’s COVID-19 Response Fund to provide assistance and support for those impacted by COVID-19.
In a Friday morning tele-town hall, Sen. Marsha Blackburn praised U.S. Senate candidate Bill Hagerty for his willingness to "hold China accountable" for the COVID-19 related impacts on the U.S. economy if elected to the U.S. Senate.
A protest calling for the removal of the Confederate monument in downtown Franklin is scheduled to commence Friday at 5:30 p.m.
A Thursday news release from the Tennessee Department of Labor shows that a total of 5,644 people in Williamson County continued to receive unemployment benefits as of Saturday, July 25.
Mike Herron, who acts as chairman for the local chapter of the United Auto Workers (UAW) union representing General Motors (GM), announced last week that he will not be seeking re-election next month after serving as chairman for 18 years.
Candidate for U.S. Senate Manny Sethi made an appearance in Brentwood Thursday where during an open townhall, the Senate hopeful championed his political outsider status as a trait that would make him and him alone capable of instituting “meaningful change” in Washington.
Early voting is well underway in Williamson County as residents race to their respective polling stations to cast their ballots in the state primary.
As the state primary election fast approaches on Aug. 6, those who would prefer to vote by mail must request an absentee ballot by Thursday, July 30.
While the state primary election is fast approaching on Aug. 6, respective parties have more or less coalesced around their respective nominees in the race for the state House seat representing District 63.
Mask wearing is gaining steam across Tennessee and Williamson County as an increasing number of businesses are requiring customers to wear them and companies and organizations are using them to promote their brand.
As a mom of a disabled child and a former public school teacher, Jennifer Aprea believes she would be the ideal fit as District 5 representative on the Williamson County Board of Education.
The Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a recall on 87 brands of hand sanitizer this month, with hand sanitizer made by the Leiper’s Fork Distillery being added to the list on Friday due to what the FDA alleged to be a “methanol contamination.”
Ranked as the second fastest growing city in the state in 2020, Spring Hill’s rural character, affordable cost of living and small-town feel are often cited as defining traits of the up-and-coming community.
White House coronavirus response coordinator Deborah Birx had a message for Gov. Bill Lee during a Monday visit to Tennessee: “Close your bars.”
A recent mobility report from Google has shown that Williamson County residents are traveling to offices, factories and other places of work less often than ever before.