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Insure Tennessee ruled the Williamson Chamber's monthly Public Affairs Roundtable discussion with state legislators on Friday morning.
A Franklin-based nonprofit, Bridges Domestic Violence Center, recently accepted a $500 check from a FastStop store in Columbia.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation traffic update for the period of Jan. 29 to Feb. 4
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee is currently exploring the creation of a Williamson County-specific board of directors to oversee the county's grant-giving campaign.
The third and final suspect in a Friday night fight that led to the shooting of one person and the beating of another remained at large Sunday morning, a Franklin police spokesman said.
A Franklin man suspected in the shooting of one person and the beating another in a Friday night disturbance was arrested Saturday and jailed in lieu of $103,000 bond, police said.
On Thursday, Williamson Medical Center introduced to the public "Rio," a robotic arm that will enable orthopedic surgeons to perform more precise hip and knee replacement procedures and allow patients potentially shorter recovery terms.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation will offer a regular schedule piano and voice lessons in March at the Franklin Recreation Complex and the Indoor Sports Center and at the County Recreation Complex, according to a press release.
Darrell Waltrip Automotive Group's third annual Drive Away Hunger challenge to local public middle schools just ended. Williamson County and Franklin Special School District middle schools rose to that challenge, collecting over 37,000 pounds of food in 2014 for nonprofit organization GraceWorks.
Here is a compilation of recent schools activities throughout Williamson County.
Friday featured numerous district basketball matchups as Summit visited Franklin, Independence hosted Centennial, Page took on Cascade and BGA battled with Nashville Central Christian.
Summit High School competed in its first wrestling state duals tournament Friday after finishing runners-up in Region 6-AAA Jan. 23.
The green-roofed roadside building at 1974 Wilson Pike in Franklin, often referred to as the "old Jamison market," is again changing hands and is destined to become a woodworking shop.
Who says the "found footage" movie is out of style?