- Health department releases statewide app for food scores Health department releases statewide app for food scores
- Franklin's Lee Greenwood releases patriotic children's book Franklin's Lee Greenwood releases patriotic children's book
- THP exhibit at state museum connects with Williamson County THP exhibit at state museum connects with Williamson County
- County commissioner Travis Hawkins to resign soon County commissioner Travis Hawkins to resign soon
Incumbent Franklin Mayor Ken Moore has officially announced his candidacy for re-election in the Oct. 27 city election.
The Williamson County Chamber of Commerce is on the lookout for nominations for the 2016 Board of Directors.
Ewing Chadwell "Chad" Drumright Jr., whose desire to become a Boy Scout member led to continuation of one the America's oldest troops -- fabled Brentwood Troop One -- died on Thursday July 2, 2015. He was 92.
Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson is set to deliver his annual state of the county address during Williamson Inc.'s Tuesday, July 21, membership meeting.
The Tennessee State Fire Marshal has urged residents to attend professional displays and abide by new state laws regarding fireworks.
Williamson countians and others will join millions of other Americans who on Friday will begin to celebrate the Fourth of July with observances from Brentwood to Spring Hill and Fairview to Nolensville.
Pop star Justin Timberlake has become one of Williamson County's newest property owners after he bought a large estate near Leiper's Fork.
A Battle Ground Academy graduate has been awarded a prestigious scholarship from the University of South Carolina.
Nolensville High School's first principal has updated campus families on progress and preparations for one of Williamson County Schools' newest facilities.
The Franklin Baseball Club's 12-and-under Rebels recently qualified for the 2015 Cal Ripken Southeast Regional with an 11-3 win June 30 over Lawrenceburg in the finals of the state tournament in Columbia.
Eight area baseball players were recently named all-state by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association.
The Franklin resident who wrote the patriotic hit "God Bless The U.S.A." continues to travel the country promoting his new children's book based on the lyrics of the song.
The cities of Brentwood, Nolensville and Franklin announced the July 4 fireworks displays were postponed Saturday night because of the weather.