Williamson County had 26 new cases on Thursday's tally of positive COVID-19 cases.
The Spring Hill Police Department is reaching out to community members for help in locating two young males who had reportedly run away from the Tennessee Children's Home.
The sale of the Northfield Workforce Development Center, also known as the Northfield Building, has been delayed a second time due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
During a Spring Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting Monday night, Alderman Dan Allen brought forth the idea of purchasing more than 500 acres of land - located east of Interstate 65 and Saturn Parkway - for the purpose of future city development.
On Monday, the Spring Hill Beer Board approved an on-premise beer consumption permit request for Blames Treats & More, an ice cream and baked goods shop that operates out of the event venue The Landing.
A new report from U.S. News and World Report and Aetna found that Williamson County is the healthiest county in Tennessee, and among the healthiest in the U.S.
Spring Hill city leaders held a lengthy discussion Monday regarding a recent discovery that Alderman Hazel Nieves, who represents Ward 4, had been temporarily residing outside of her ward while waiting for a new home to be constructed.
The Republican and Democratic nominees for Tennessee’s open U.S. Senate seat have spent recent days tallying new endorsements ahead of the Nov. 3 general election.
Brent Austin Hunter made an appearance in a Williamson County Court on Monday morning where he accepted a plea deal in a 2017 case involving sex crimes against children.
Williamson County Commissioner Dwight Jones was indicted by a Williamson County Grand Jury last week for a January 2020 domestic incident where he is charged with domestic assault and interference with emergency calls.
A 27-year-old Thompson's Station man was indicted on second degree murder charges last week in the 2019 overdose death of an Antioch man.
The Foundation for Fallen Officers of Tennessee, a nonprofit organization that aims to financially support families who have lost a loved one in the line of duty, received a $2,000 donation Monday from John Maher Builders.
Beginning Sept. 29, Kedron Road from Main Street to Old Kedron Road will be closed between 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
While this year’s Heritage Ball was canceled due to COVID-19 safety concerns, the Heritage Foundation’s annual auction that accompanies the ball each year is being held as a virtual fundraising event that began Friday and will run through Oct. 4.
The Spring Hill Police Department is seeking the public's help in locating Brian "Dawson" Smith after the Williamson County Grand Jury indicted him on multiple counts of rape of a child and numerous other sex crimes.
On Nov. 3, Williamson County residents will decide who will represent them in the state legislature, with one of the three Tennessee House races being the race for District 65.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has cleared a Williamson County Sheriff's Deputy in a shooting incident that took place on Aug. 14 after a pursuit of a suspect on Interstate 840.
The Tennessee Department of Health has released guidance allowing long-term care facilities to gradually re-open to visitors starting Oct. 1.
With law enforcement always advancing in technology and tactics, one area of growth is the use of Electronic Storage Detection (or Electronics Detection) K-9's in the battle against crimes against children.
During a press briefing event on Thursday, Gov. Bill Lee spoke to safety concerns regarding the recently held Maury County Fair, which by early estimates saw upwards of 20,000 people attend amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The Council on Aging of Middle Tennessee is accepting nominations for its 29th Annual Sage Awards, which will be held May 10, 2021.
The Williamson County Republican Party held their 2020 Reagan Day Gala on Friday, Sept. 11, featuring guest speaker California Congressman Devin Nunes.
Another 161 Williamson County residents filed for unemployment for their first time last week according to new data released Thursday by the Tennessee Department of Labor.
While the coronavirus pandemic has dealt a strong economic blow to Williamson County, with more than 3,770 residents receiving unemployment compared to early March numbers of just over 250, new residential development hasn’t slowed much at all compared to last year.