- WCAR members, vendors like annual trade show WCAR members, vendors like annual trade show
- Planning Commission defers new Gateway building Planning Commission defers new Gateway building
- State denies permits for ER facitilies off OHB State denies permits for ER facitilies off OHB
- Future Carter Hill Park budget reviewed by BOMA Future Carter Hill Park budget reviewed by BOMA
A recent study rates Williamson as the healthiest of Tennessee's 95 counties.
U.S. Congressman Marsha Blackburn and a group of local business leaders will visit Williamson County on Wednesday, April 8, to speak to Williamson, Inc. members and the local community about the impact of data-driven innovation.
Two different bond agencies continue to confer on the city of Franklin a AAA bond rating, the highest status awarded.
Franklin Police will continue to search for Marlin Darrell Reed, 26, a Nashville man ianted for five different charges, a spokesman said.
The Battle of Franklin Trust is holding a fundraiser for the McGavock Confederate Cemetery from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 18 at the Fleming Center at Carnton Plantation.
The Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth held its 27th annual Children's Advocacy Days at War Memorial Auditorium in Nashville on Tuesday, March 10 and Wednesday, March 11.
Students and administrators from across the Williamson County School District recently have received a variety of recognitions and awards for their big achievements in athletics, arts, and other extracurriculars.
See how area baseball, softball and soccer teams performed on Friday, March 27.
Next Generation of the Heritage Foundation of Franklin and Williamson County's Friday night fundraiser successfully benefited the Old, Old Jail project simply by pouring glasses of wine.
Home to a wealth of talent, Nashville has no shortage of success stories, but one particularly unusual tale of perseverance has remained untold until now -- that of Civil Rights and yes, basketball.