The high school seniors who were recently announced as recipients of college scholarships through the T.E. Murdic Educational Scholarship program will be celebrated in another way later in July.
The Maury County blood bank Blood Assurance is now offering COVID-19 antibody testing with blood donations, an additional test donors can opt for in lieu of a donor gift.
Deaths are a lagging indicator of the impacts of the pandemic, meaning its toll doesn't trend with metrics like new cases or hospitalizations, it lags by almost two weeks.
On Wednesday, the Bureau of Campaign Finance voted unanimously to levy a fine against State Rep. Glen Casada in the amount of $10,500 after an audit discovered the state representative’s political action committee (PAC) had failed to provide receipts for $99,625 in campaign expenditures.
Tennessee Department of Tourist Development Commissioner Mark Ezell will be the keynote speaker at the next Franklin Tomorrow Breakfast with the Mayors scheduled for Tuesday, July 28, in a virtual setting.
While Williamson County saw a considerable improvement in its unemployment rate from April to May, dropping from 10.5% to 7.4%, residents still continue to file for unemployment at unprecedented numbers, with another 445 residents filing claims last week for their first time.
Franklin resident Brad Fiscus, who is running as an Independent for State Rep. Glen Casada's seat in the State House of Representatives, spoke with the Home Page last week ahead of the upcoming state elections about his positions on education, health care, criminal justice reform and more.
A planned picket of Puckett of Leiper's Fork was called off hours before it was scheduled to begin on Thursday after organizers of a non-profit worker's advocacy group and the restaurant's owner came to an agreement on addressing concerns over worker safety during the ongoing COIVD-19 pandemic.
The Williamson County mask mandate, which was implemented late Tuesday night and requires all residents to wear masks in public places save for 13 exceptions, was clarified and corrected Thursday through a county addendum.
Manny Sethi, a Nashville orthopedic trauma surgeon and Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate, released an internal poll this week that shows the political newcomer in a near tie with Republican opponent Bill Hagerty.
A group of Middle Tennessee restaurant workers is holding a picket demonstration at Puckett’s of Leiper's Fork on Thursday after voicing grievances about safety.
On Saturday, July 4, a total of 55 protesters were arrested on the State Capitol grounds by the Tennessee Highway Patrol, a Franklin resident among them.
Update (6:45 p.m.): The Spring Hill Police Department arrested 35-year-old Anthony Wayne Sheffield Jr. after it said he entered a home in the 700 block of Elm Street and shot a man during an altercation.
Earlier this month, the management of a Marriott hotel in Orlando made a decision that wouldn’t come as a surprise to many. With COVID-19 cases in Florida and around the country rising again, the hotel decided against hosting the EntreLeadership Summit, or at least declined to do so on terms…
State Rep. Glen Casada, who has served as the representative for District 63 in the State House since 2003 and is running for reelection, spoke with the Home Page last week ahead of the upcoming state elections on Nov. 3.
As Williamson County’s face mask mandate is set to take effect at midnight on Tuesday night to help combat the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it will be up to law enforcement officials across the county to enforce the measure.
While Williamson County is set to see its mask mandate go into effect late Tuesday night, Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles declared no such mandate would be imposed on Williamson County's southern neighbor.
The new I-65 interchange project has been a major priority for Spring Hill city leaders — part of that project involves widening Buckner Lane in northern Spring Hill from two to five lanes.
On the same day that Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson issued a mask mandate, the county’s visitors bureau released survey data showing the vast majority of Williamson County residents already wear masks in public.
The official seal of Williamson County, which bears the image of a Confederate battle flag in its upper left quadrant, has faced renewed scrutiny in recent weeks as discussions about racial inequalities and injustices continue to sweep the country.
Though “not everyone was in total agreement,” according to Nolensville Mayor Jimmy Alexander, every mayor in the county did ultimately end up supporting the mask mandate.
Save for a few exceptions, all Williamson County residents will be required to wear face masks in public starting at 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, July 7.
On Friday Governor Bill Lee signed Executive Order 53, which grants county mayors in 89 counties, including Williamson County, the authority to issue local mask requirements to combat the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.