The Spring Hill Police Department has responded to multiple complaints this year from area land developers and contractors concerning citizens trespassing on property that is, or soon will be, developed.
In honor of Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, there will be closures of certain facilities across the county.
The Williamson Medical Center Obstetrics and maternity teams have been awarded some prestigious accolades for the amazing level of care given to families whose babies are born there.
Brentwood hiker Gerry "Inchworm" Largay's remains were found last August, and now the Maine Warden Service has released parts of her diary.
In just a few weeks, Price's Collision Center on Mallory Lane will celebrate the grand opening of its updated facility, a project that's taken nearly 16 months to complete.
Just over an hour and a half from Williamson County sits Greeter Falls, a mermaid-like swimming hole and waterfall with a breathtaking spiral staircase and lush fauna.
Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival is a two-day event transforming The Park At Harlinsdale Farm into an oasis of music, food, and culture.
A Franklin mortgage professional has just been recognized in a list of the industry's female elite.
City business owners and professionals received a breakdown of the threats posed by cyber criminals at Thursday's Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce Luncheon.
The Spring Hill Police Department is asking for assistance locating a juvenile that on April 5, 2016, ran away from the Tennessee Children's Home in Spring Hill.
More than 320 high school students participated in Columbia State Community College's annual High School Competition last month.
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.
Standing on the steps of the Old, Old Jail Sunday afternoon, Executive Director of the Heritage Foundation Mary Pearce had a smile emerge across her face.
The Rotary Club of Spring Hill and Thompson has finalized plans and lined up more than a dozen local food and drink providers for its first annual Sip & Savor at the Station.
Despite a partial settlement announced last week in a telecommunications lawsuit filed by three Thompson's Station residents, the majority of the defendants will continue the case.
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.
Williamson Countians crowded around at the Historic Nolensville School Friday evening for the Nolensville Farmer's Market's first ever Food Truck Festival.
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