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The number of Tennesseans who die each year due to drug overdoses increased again in 2014, with a record-setting 1,263 deaths, including 18 in Williamson County.
A bomb threat at Brentwood High School caused law enforcement to evacuate the building this morning until a search could be completed. This marks the seventh bomb threat to Williamson County Schools in 2015.
After 35 years of service, Franklin fire engineer Mike Burns will retire from the department.
Davis House Child Advocacy Center is asking concerned citizens to attend a free public training for the prevention of child abuse. The event will be held at their Franklin center location from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 9.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office has joined other local departments along with the Tennessee Governor's Highway Safety Office to step up DUI enforcement from now through Sept. 7
Franklin police are investigating an armed robbery that happened at a condominium community during the overnight hours Monday.
The Spirit of Thanks and Giving trophy is up for grabs for the fifth year in a row, to reward high school groups for their volunteerism at the Turkey Trot 5K, a Thanksgiving tradition that raises money for GraceWorks.
Seriously Seersucker was blessed by good weather and great attendance. The end-of-summer, Southern-theme party raised money for O'More College of Design Student Scholarship Fund.
New administrators, new teachers and new athletic staff members have joined Battle Ground Academy this school year.
Up for a first reading tonight, the Williamson County Schools Policy Committee will debate on whether to allow home-school students the opportunity to participate in other extracurricular activities aside from sports.
WAKM has announced its weekly football show guests and game of the week to be carried over the air on 950-AM and audio live-streaming on the web at wakmworldwide.com or on your iPhone via TuneIn Radio.
Each week, four to six athletes will be honored by Franklin Home Page as Athletes of the Week. A male and female athlete will be chosen from each school. Alternating schools are featured each week including Battle Ground Academy, Centennial, Franklin, Independence and Page High Schools. Click Read More to see who was chosen for this week's Athletes of the Week.
Behind the twinkling lights, platters of food and vases of flowers, the Heritage Ball has a core staff of people and more than 100 volunteers that make the September gala a success.
The East Nashville-based band Tom Mason and the Blue Buccaneers will do two of their five shows celebrating International Talk Like A Pirate Day in Williamson County.
My upbringing in the rural South has influenced many areas of my life in wonderful ways. Unfortunately, there are also some habits that I wish I could let go of -- namely, the yard sale.