- Soldier's family spurs 5K for second year Soldier's family spurs 5K for second year
- U.S. Park Service commits to grant for Carter Hill Park property U.S. Park Service commits to grant for Carter Hill Park property
- Miniature library opens at My Father's House church Miniature library opens at My Father's House church
- Hester, Jefferson, Roy win top WILLCO honors Hester, Jefferson, Roy win top WILLCO honors
After waiting more than 40 years, the National Park Service finally presented the long awaited national historic landmark for the Hiram Masonic Lodge No. 7 from 1973.
The State Department of Education has revealed phase one of a test item sampler for the forthcoming TNReady assessment, which will replace the TCAP test for English-language arts and math in grades 3-11 starting next school year.
The Downtown Franklin Association (DFA), an organization of more than 170 local business owners, has added new board members this past spring.
Williamson County and municipal offices in Brentwood, Fairview, Franklin, Nolensville, Spring Hill, and Thompson's Station will be closed Monday, May 25, as Memorial Day ushers in the summer season.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for May 21 through 28.
Franklin police Chief Deborah Faulkner will swear in and personally hand the city's badges to welcome 10 new officers to the force Friday afternoon at Rolling Hills Community Church.
The Franklin Transit Authority has made it easier for youth ages 12 to 18 to get around town this summer.
Four Williamson County Schools students recently received the Arlene Peterson Memorial Scholarship for Career and Technical Education.
Centennial High School announced the hiring of Pete Froedden as its new head boys basketball coach Monday.
As graduation looms, a Brentwood father has turned daily pieces of advice texted to his daughters into a book to get them ready for their next step as they begin college.