The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for the week of Aug. 28 through Sept. 3 for Williamson County.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation announced Friday a timeline for the bridge construction along 1-65 at Peytonsville Road/Goose Creek Bypass, which is expected to be open by the Thanksgiving Holiday, following the tanker truck that crashed and destroyed two bridges at the interchange.
On Friday morning, the Williamson County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested a Thompson's Station woman who is accused of stealing thousands of dollars from a school PTO in Leiper's Fork.
A Franklin man charged with beating a woman and her baby and preventing her from calling police has posted a $25,000 bond and been freed from the Williamson County Criminal Justice Center.
Three car burglaries in one night in Franklin have police reminding residents of the importance of locking their vehicles.
Joel Thompson, 25, a musician from Rochester, New York, was arrested Tuesday night by flex officers with the Franklin Police Department.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office has received complaints from residents who claim a man, who identifies himself as Detective Phillips of "Williams County," is attempting to scare people into giving him money for missing jury duty.
Former high school coach Darren Henrie pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to three counts of sexual battery of a minor and received a six-year prison sentence in Williamson County Circuit Court.
Officers with the Franklin Police Department have arrested a woman suspected of stealing two valuable rings from a Franklin antique store on Aug. 5, according to a news release.
A man with possible dog bites is being sought by Williamson County authorities who say he invaded a Hargrove Road home about two weeks ago and assaulted a woman who lived there.
The Franklin Police Department officially welcomed Greg Policastro as its new deputy chief after he took the oath of office during a Thursday morning ceremony.
With over three decades of law enforcement experience under his belt, Greg Policastro will be sworn in Thursday morning as deputy chief at the Franklin Police Department.
Williamson County Sheriff’s deputies today warned county residents about a telephone tax scam from someone who claims to represent the Internal Revenue Service.
Franklin Police arrested two suspected prostitutes from California at a Murfreesboro Road hotel Thursday night during a special operation.
Three home burglary suspects were arrested Thursday during a SWAT operation at a West Main Street home in Franklin.
Krystle Ann Berry, suspected in a July 19 break-in at a Brentwood Pointe condo, was taken into custody Thursday afternoon. A SWAT team was used to execute arrest warrants at a West Main Street home for felony suspects on unrelated charges. While checking the home, officers say they found Berry hiding in a closet.
A Franklin man is one of three defendants in South Carolina sentenced to federal prison for their roles in a mail fraud scheme to bilk investors out of hundreds of thousands of dollars by using “secret” government accounts to eliminate the victims’ debts.
Two Williamson County Sheriff’s Department deputies have been named officers of the month for June and July and charities of their choice will be rewarded because of it.
Franklin police are asking for help locating a Thompson's Station woman who police say is on the run following a burglary that occurred early Saturday morning.
Franklin Police Department has teamed up with The Spirit of Blue Foundation, a nonprofit focused on police officer safety, and Krispy Kreme to raise money for the charitable foundation.
The Williamson County Library will be hosting a seminar on how to spot scams on Thursday, Aug. 7, from 6-7:15 p.m.
Updated at 5 p.m.
The Franklin Police Department has confirmed that felony kidnapping suspect Corey Cortez Johnson surrendered apparently without incident Thursday at a residence in Nashville.
The Franklin Police Department will setup a sobriety checkpoint on Lewisburg Pike near Donelson Creek Parkway this Friday evening.
On Wednesday, the Williamson County Sheriff's Office released the names of eight people arrested late Tuesday after deputies found an active meth lab inside a Thompson’s Station home at 6649 Cool Springs Road. After decontamination, the eight men and women were transported out of the house and booked into the Williamson County Jail.
A 21-year-old Franklin man is wanted on multiple felony charges after police say he assaulted and kidnapped his girlfriend Tuesday night.