Thanks to the generous support of community members and local business over the years, The Well Outreach has outgrown its space and found itself in need of more room.
Tuesday, July 5, is the last day to register to vote in order to participate in the upcoming Aug. 4, 2016, Republican and Democratic State Primary and Williamson County General Election.
New response center on Beasley Drive will handle operations for county and Franklin.
The Williamson Business PAC announced Thursday its endorsement of one Franklin candidate for the Tennessee's 65th House District seat.
Chicken wing lovers will have a new opportunity to try out a new restaurant later this year, scheduled to open in the fall on the edge of Cool Springs.
To celebrate the Fourth of July weekend, Homestead Manor is putting on its new Americana Day event, which will feature music, lawn games, a cash bar and a pie baking contest.
Starting this season, Williamson County Schools fans can buy their tickets online or through the sports conference app before they ever arrive to the stadium.
Five area soccer players were recently named all-state by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association.
A Williamson County Realtor was recently recognized after she completed an astounding 344 individual transactions in 2015.
The median age is Spring Hill is going up, with projects going up for seniors in Maury and Williamson counties.
Next Generation 911 better supports mobile phone technology.
In May, Tennessee's Education Commissioner announced the reconvening of the special Task Force on Student Testing and Assessment to further study and identify best testing practices at the school, district and state level.
On Sunday, July 10, at 3 p.m., the Franklin Civil War Round Table will present author and historian Lee White of the National Park Service who will speak on "Cleburne's Last Campaign."
With a turnover of Rippavilla Plantation to the City of Spring Hill currently on the table, a due diligence panel will soon begin the task of assessing the potential donation of the historic property to city control.
Horse trainer Clinton Anderson will be instructing a three-day Fundamentals Clinic at The Jaeckle Centre off Bethesda-Arno Road in Saddle Springs.
Event along Thompson's Station Road West showcases local businesses as well as Thompson's Station village charm.
Between paintings and pocket watches, Nashville Public Television's appraisal vendors evaluated a myriad of pieces, passed down from great-grandparents or finds in the attics.
With Harry Potter's birthday approaching, the Cool Springs Barnes & Noble is planning a countdown to midnight party on July 30.
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