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Courtenay Rogers, who is running to represent Williamson County in the 63rd District, has announced the first in a series of meet and greets and house party fundraisers to kick off her campaign.
Some of the area's best reining horses will gather at the Tractor Supply Co. Arena this Saturday as part of the Franklin Reining Classic.
Developers met with the public Wednesday to discuss construction of multimillion-dollar condos on Franklin's West Main Street, with an expected completion date by 2018.
11 of the 16 school board candidates took the opportunity to have a few minutes before the Republican Women of Williamson County.
Opening planned for fall in 7,600 square-foot, mid 20th century building at 114 North Church Street.
A new senior living community, Traditions of Spring Hill, is slated for a groundbreaking ceremony next month.
The Williamson County Office of Public Safety will hold a grand opening event for its new Public Safety Center (PSC) on Saturday, April 30, at 10 a.m.
Community service leads to Gold Award for Pritali Amrutkar, Emily Hughes, Sophie Travis, and Leta Yi.
Sponsors covered all expenses for the Apr. 16 event in Brentwood.
Part 2 of the TNReady/TCAP testing in grades 3-8 is suspended for the school year.
Columbia State Community College's 50th anniversary year commencement will feature graduating student Hillary G. Allen as the commencement speaker.
Page captain Andrew Metkler scored three goals in Thursday's rout of Spring Hill.
BA alum and Florida State defensive back Jalen Ramsey was selected by the Jacksonville Jaguars with the No. 5 pick in the first round of the NFL Draft Thursday.
Franklin's Main Street Festival will continue today with gospel music, food, vendors and much more.
More than 35 different breweries will offer a selection of over 80 craft beers at tasting sites, and brewers of coffee will be featured as well.