- Spring Fling recap after three days of action Spring Fling recap after three days of action
- Bicentennial Park still in the process of upgrades Bicentennial Park still in the process of upgrades
- Republican candidates make group introduction into the Williamson election scene Republican candidates make group introduction into the Williamson election scene
- City officials approve 10 cent property tax increase on first reading City officials approve 10 cent property tax increase on first reading
Motorists won't be slowed down by road construction as they travel Tennessee's highways this Memorial Day weekend.
Every Monday from 9 to 11 a.m. and Wednesday from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., customers who have smaller contracting projects in the City of Franklin can go through the One-Stop permitting process.
Back Yard Burgers has joined forces with No Kid Hungry to celebrate National Burger Month, and on Monday night they held a burger grilling contest.
How creatives can use the cityscape as their canvas could come under study advised by a new committee to oversee the guidelines for public art in Franklin.
If you are new to the area or have been in hibernation mode for the last few months, here are some great patios to visit during the upcoming summer months.
Spring Hill's John Maher, who has been building homes in the city for more than 25 years, was honored as Sponsor of the Year at the second annual WILLCO Awards last week.
A Franklin man is getting treatment after crisis negotiators spent nearly four hours Tuesday night trying to convince him to leave the Natchez Trace Bridge.
Around 45 incidents happened in Franklin crime last week.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation has announced a new date of Saturday, July 16, for the fifth annual Half-Pint Triathlon at the Franklin Recreation Complex.
Battle Ground Academy held its graduation on May 15 with 76 students heading on to college with at least $7.4 million earned in merit based aid.
Available on pre-sale soon, those who love Williamson County Schools have a new way to display that on the back of their car with a new vanity plate.
Singer-songwriter Chuck Dennie's former life looked perfect from the outside, but then the façade crumbled -- and truth and pain were left in the rubble.
He's gone to school, jail and Africa, and now one of Ernest's most beloved films is coming back to the big screen for one night only in what promises to be fun for the entire family.