- Tracing the evolution of the Americana Experience Tracing the evolution of the Americana Experience
- New Vandy coach Mason to speak at Steak & Burger Dinner New Vandy coach Mason to speak at Steak & Burger Dinner
- What’s next for Mack Hatcher Parkway? What’s next for Mack Hatcher Parkway?
- Franklin Rodeo returns to ag park in May Franklin Rodeo returns to ag park in May
When the polls closed at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, a cumulative total of 641 Williamson County citizens had cast their votes for the Republican Primary Election on May 6.
Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation, in conjunction with cooperatives across the county, will celebrate National Lineman Appreciation Day Friday.
A four-story, $60-65 million luxury apartment complex aimed at young professionals and seniors is heading for Franklin City Hall approval.
A Williamson County Sheriff’s Office detective and her favorite charity have been honored with an award sponsored by Toyota of Cool Springs.
Susan Swafford Smithburg of Nolensville is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Criminal Court on Wednesday, May 28, at 9 a.m.
Sixty years ago, Polly Grammer and 15 other area kids were the charter members of the United States Pony Club. On Saturday, Grammer and her husband will host an open house at their Peachtree Farms in Arrington, a United States Pony Club-approved riding center.
Volunteers can still sign up for the first Harpeth River clean-up of the year in celebration of Earth Day Tuesday.
Students from several Williamson County high schools will soon get to show off their artistic and musical talents.
Independence hosted Brentwood High Thursday night for a District 11-AAA matchup.
Area baseball, softball, soccer and tennis teams competed in district play last night.