- ABC's 'Nashville' takes over Franklin Theatre ABC's 'Nashville' takes over Franklin Theatre
- 'Johnny Dynamo' web show says 'Action!' in Franklin 'Johnny Dynamo' web show says 'Action!' in Franklin
- Chukkers for Charity to feature top polo player Chukkers for Charity to feature top polo player
- The Exotics celebrate 50th anniversary with sold out show The Exotics celebrate 50th anniversary with sold out show
On Wednesday, BrentWord Communications published an open letter from Rick Wimberly, who represents District 9 on the Williamson County Board of Education. “In 29 years of involvement with Williamson County Schools, I’ve never seen a school board election as politically charged as this one,” Wimberly wrote in no uncertain terms. Indeed, many longtime observers of local politics agree.
Click to read the weekly Tennessee Department of Transportation update for Williamson County for Thursday, July 24, through Wednesday, July 30.
The Williamson County Convention and Visitors Bureau announced Monday the appointment of new president and CEO Ellie Westman Chin.
Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson and Williamson County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney will guest host a special session on the county budget at the next Public Affairs Roundtable on Monday, July 28.
Krystle Ann Berry, suspected in a July 19 break-in at a Brentwood Pointe condo, was taken into custody Thursday afternoon. A SWAT team was used to execute arrest warrants at a West Main Street home for felony suspects on unrelated charges. While checking the home, officers say they found Berry hiding in a closet.
A Franklin man is one of three defendants in South Carolina sentenced to federal prison for their roles in a mail fraud scheme to bilk investors out of hundreds of thousands of dollars by using “secret” government accounts to eliminate the victims’ debts.
Community members in Southern Williamson County with pulmonary and sleep problems won’t have to travel as far for help anymore, as Williamson Medical Group now offers such treatment at Tollgate Medical Plaza in Thompson’s Station.
Williamson County students in need will be receiving help with school supplies again this year, as the 11th annual Big Backpack Giveaway comes to Franklin.
Tennessee Soccer Club's under-16 girls team has been eliminated from the 2014 U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships in Germantown, MD.