- Meet the Williamson high schoolers entering the military Meet the Williamson high schoolers entering the military
- Construction crews on final stretches of I-65/Peytonsville widening project Construction crews on final stretches of I-65/Peytonsville widening project
- As GM Spring Hill hires nearly 1,500, most are local, says UAW chairman As GM Spring Hill hires nearly 1,500, most are local, says UAW chairman
- Leiper's Fork distillery, WSM tower among new tourism venues Leiper's Fork distillery, WSM tower among new tourism venues
After four years serving on the board for four years, Brentwood's Robert Hullett wants to keep his District Seven seat.
A group of local artists plans to use painting to make a statement against the proposed Two Farms at Thompson's Station development.
Main Street Franklin has earned another national shout-out for its "Main Street values."
Five Williamson County leaders are among the class of 24.
A line was wrapped around the building on Monday to enter Cool Springs' newest entertainment venue Kings Bowl America, a 25,000-square-foot center with top-notch food, alcohol, live music and bowling.
Joe Calloway, an internationally-known motivational speaker, consultant and business author, will provide the keynote address at the May 17 Williamson, Inc. membership luncheon.
Franklin Police are asking for the public's help to identify a woman wanted for stealing over $700 worth of merchandise from the Target at 3064 Columbia Pike on April 21.
More than 60 incidents of crime happened in Franklin last week.
Completed applications are due on or before May 16, 2016, for the 21st class of Leadership Franklin.
Get a wrestling mask, listen to music, taste fine tequila or horchata, or enjoy Mexican appetizers on Cinco de Mayo.
Franklin's KC Haugh said his focus if elected to the District 11 school board seat would revolve around smoothing the transition of rezoning his top priority.
While originally moving here to start a church, Franklin dad Stuart Cooper said he wanted to invest into Williamson schools on the school board.
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.