Getting a passport can be an arduous process — using vacation time, setting up an appointment, and, of course, waiting in long lines. To streamline the process, the United States Postal Service will be holding a series of Passport Fairs this Saturday, with locations in Franklin and Columbia.
Maury Regional Health, in partnership with post-acute care facilities throughout the region, has implemented a technology-based program designed to improve a patient’s transition from an inpatient hospital stay to a post-acute care facility.
It’s that time again! College basketball teams are getting ready to face off and people are gearing up to fill out their brackets.
The ninth Democratic Primary debate wrapped up Wednesday night in Paradise, Nevada, with the consensus among many media outlets being that former New York mayor and businessman Michael Bloomberg had a weak performance, with Bloomberg himself arguing that “the real winner of the debate was Do…
Amid questions from urban lawmakers, the state House on Thursday approved legislation that would split three rural counties from Williamson County, giving them their own new judicial district.
In a split vote, the Spring Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted 5 - 4 Tuesday to defer the vote on accepting a new three-year contract with the Rippavilla Plantation. Supporters of the deferment cited questionable self-sustainability and poor communication as reasons to push the vote to n…
Since news broke Friday of Spring Hill city leaders entertaining the idea of selling the Northfield Workforce Development Center, which had long been planned to house city operations such as City Hall and the library, reactions have been mixed.
Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Bill Hagerty spoke to potential voters Tuesday during a fundraiser at the Richland Country Club in Nashville, and was joined by Nikki Haley, former South Carolina governor and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.
A new bill sponsored by Republican State Sen. Becky Duncan Massey of Knoxville would allow for up to two owners of a limited liability company (LLC) to vote in city elections regardless of whether or not the owners reside in that city — the only requirement being that the owners of the LLC o…
Early voting has already kicked off in both Maury and Williamson counties, giving residents the opportunity to choose who may represent their respective parties in the upcoming presidential election.
On Friday, news broke that the city of Spring Hill had been considering selling off one of its premiere properties - the Northfield Workforce Development Center - after a sale contract was posted on the city’s website.
Williamson Medical Center’s Cardiac Rehab Center hosted its annual rehabilitation reunion Thursday, reuniting program graduates with nurses and exercise physiologists who have become lifelong friends. Attendees enjoyed healthy appetizers, music, and fellowship in celebration of recovery and …
Seven years had passed since Renaissance High Principal Brian Bass came before the Williamson County Board of Education to present the various facets of the small project-based school.
This story was edited on Feb. 14 to correct an error in which the limited liability company Crescendo Entertainment was incorrectly addressed as a DJ company with the same name.
The Williamson Count Emergency Management Agency has issued their latest list of road closures after Thursday’s storms that brought continues flooding across the county.
Waves Inc., a 47-year-old nonprofit serving individuals with intellectual and development disabilities in Williamson County, will hold its Annual Fundraising Breakfast Tuesday, March 10, at the Williamson County Enrichment Center.
Vermont Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders claimed victory Tuesday night during the New Hampshire Primary, collecting 75,859 votes — 3,733 more than the next best performer, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg — and nine state delegates.
Williamson County residents in Brentwood and Franklin got their first opportunity to participate in the upcoming presidential election Wednesday after early voting kicked off for the presidential primary.
The company plans to bring with it 345 jobs and invest $11 million in the move — 240 of the jobs will be relocations from Florida and the other 100 will come as hires in the county.
On Wednesday, early voting polls officially opened in Maury County, giving residents a chance to cast ballots in the Republican and Democratic Primaries.
The Franklin Police Department announced the arrest of 38-year-old Kevin Conklin, of Spring Hill, after FPD officers found Conklin's disabled truck off of Highway 96 West just before 2 p.m. on Wednesday.
One Tennessee lawmaker, Republican State Rep. Micah Van Huss of Jonesborough, is seeking to dub both CNN and The Washington Post as “fake news” through an official piece of legislation.
On Tuesday, Sen. Marsha Blackburn introduced the DEBACLE Act: a new piece of legislation designed to investigate the “failures and total system breakdown” of the messy Iowa Caucus that took place last week on Monday, Feb. 3.
Williamson Medical Center has been recognized as No. 1 in the market for Medical Excellence in Heart Attack Treatment for 2020 by CareChex, an information service of Quantros Inc.
Early voting has started for the Republican and Democratic Presidential Preference Primary and the County Republican Primary at the following voting locations throughout the county.BrentwoodJohn P. Holt Brentwood Library located at 8109 Concord Road, weekdays from Feb. 12 to Feb. 25 from 8 a…
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office is warning residents of a new phone scam in which scammers pose as FedEx or Amazon employees and solicit personal information via text.
The Columbia Police Department is reaching out to community members for help in locating 16-year-old Avarie Shavon Davis, a juvenile reported missing Tuesday afternoon.
The National Weather Service Nashville has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Williamson County on Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning as more rain is forecast to impact most of Tennessee.
After state lawmakers voted on Monday to enshrine right-to-work laws into the Tennessee State Constitution, Spring Hill United Auto Workers (UAW) Chair Mike Herron slammed the decision in a discussion with the Home Page, calling the case for so-called right-to-work laws ‘disingenuous.’
Through the National Weather Service’s volunteer program SKYWARN, Spring Hill residents can attend a free storm spotter class next month on Tuesday, March 17 at Evan's Park. The class will be taught by Krisy Hurley from the National Weather Service.