- Hard Bargain annual celebration set Thursday night Hard Bargain annual celebration set Thursday night
- Hundreds turn out to FEMA flood plain meet Hundreds turn out to FEMA flood plain meet
- Veteran election administrator to retire on June 30 Veteran election administrator to retire on June 30
The weird winter weather saga continues with the latest storm warning issued for Middle Tennessee from the National Weather Service.
Residents of Temple Hills and other locals came out early Wednesday to tell the Williamson County Highway Commission why they favor or oppose restriping Temple Road.
A Tennessee State University instructor told participants in a U.S. Department of Agriculture workshop Tuesday night that rapid urbanization is inevitable in local communities like Nolensville where he spoke.
Residents of Franklin are encouraged to attend a meeting regarding changes to the city's flood map this afternoon in City Hall.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for the period of March 5-11.
Country singer Wayne Mills was all smiles when he posed for a group photo at the Pit and Barrel bar in downtown Nashville in the pre-dawn hours of Nov. 23, 2013.
Habitat for Humanity of Williamson and Maury Counties will host a 6 p.m. March 10 kickoff event for the nonprofit's eighth "Women's Build" at Puckett's Boathouse in downtown Franklin.
The fifth-annual History Bowl, scheduled for March 4, has been canceled due to inclement weather expected to move into the region late Wednesday into Thursday.
Many parents had questions about pending education legislation and next year's school operating budget for the six Williamson County School Board members at Tuesday night's Let's Talk Schools seminar.
"Whiplash," first-time director Damien Chazelle's fiery look into the painstaking perils of performance art, fared well at Sunday's 87th Academy Awards.