- Jury duty phone scam still active in the county Jury duty phone scam still active in the county
- The story of baby Elliott Grace: beautiful, complicated The story of baby Elliott Grace: beautiful, complicated
- Art on tombs of Confederate Cemetery benefactors to be restored Art on tombs of Confederate Cemetery benefactors to be restored
- Columbia Avenue widening picking up speed after nine years Columbia Avenue widening picking up speed after nine years
The source of Legionnaires Disease bacteria is still unknown after county worker's Sept. 20 diagnosis.
Brentwood Fire and Rescue crews that were deployed to South Carolina this week for Hurricane Joaquin relief have returned home.
Earlier this week, the first sign of a partisan political organization entering the nonpartisan Board of Mayor and Alderman race surfaced after the Williamson County Republicans endorsed a candidate, a move the Democratic Party doesn't intend on making.
The Franklin Police Department will offer free self-defense training to women who live or work in Williamson County.
During an undercover operation in Franklin Friday, the Franklin Police Department vice and narcotics detectives and flex team officers charged four men with patronizing prostitution.
Take a look at the interior design of the 2015 Nolensville Parade of Homes.
The 32nd Annual Pumpkinfest, held in historic downtown Franklin, will return to Main Street Oct. 24 to help welcome autumn to Middle Tennessee.
Catch up on the happenings at schools around Williamson County.
The quarterfinal round of the District 11-AAA girls soccer tournament was a half shorter than expected Tuesday as Centennial traveled to take on the Brentwood Lady Bruins.
The Franklin Lady Rebels advanced to the District 11-AAA semifinals with a 5-1 win over Summit Monday.
Sister Cities of Franklin and Williamson County on Saturday presented the Celebration of Nations festival in downtown Franklin.
A busy week at the Franklin Theatre includes a Tuesday performance by Jake Shimabukuro, Mark and Maggie O'Connor with Barbara Lamb on Friday, and Pat Boone on Saturday.
One of her favorite habits of mine is that I like to remind my mother of all the horrible, awful, mean things she did to me when I was growing up.