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- Williamson delegation says 2016 session was positive, productive Williamson delegation says 2016 session was positive, productive
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Air alerts are most common from April to October in Middle Tennessee.
Traffic concerns from city staff has prompted one developer to return back to the drawing board before gaining potential approval for a new apartment complex in Franklin.
Courtenay Rogers, who is running to represent Williamson County in the 63rd District, has announced the first in a series of meet and greets and house party fundraisers to kick off her campaign.
Opening planned for fall in 7,600 square-foot, mid 20th century building at 114 North Church Street.
A new senior living community, Traditions of Spring Hill, is slated for a groundbreaking ceremony next month.
The Williamson County Office of Public Safety will hold a grand opening event for its new Public Safety Center (PSC) on Saturday, April 30, at 10 a.m.
Community service leads to Gold Award for Pritali Amrutkar, Emily Hughes, Emma Rucker, Sophie Travis, and Leta Yi.
Sponsors covered all expenses for the Apr. 16 event in Brentwood.
Columbia State Community College's Williamson Campus will begin to transition from the current location to its newly constructed campus on Liberty Pike in Franklin beginning May 9.
Whether Williamson high schoolers will take their end of course testing still remains in conversation with Department of Education and school system officials.
Two former area high school football players were drafted by NFL teams this past weekend, while another received an invitation to try out.
This year's McGavock Dinner on the grounds of Carnton Plantation honored two of Franklin's battlefield advocates who helped secure prime pieces of land.