- Planning Commissioner again pulls WCS request for portables Planning Commissioner again pulls WCS request for portables
- 'Whole Foods of fast food' coming to Brentwood 'Whole Foods of fast food' coming to Brentwood
- County commissioner Travis Hawkins to resign soon County commissioner Travis Hawkins to resign soon
- Williamson residents prepare for bang-up July 4 observances Williamson residents prepare for bang-up July 4 observances
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.
Specific labeling guidelines for donation bins are now required by the state and the public can help enforce them.
The Williamson County Highway Commission on Wednesday voted in favor of turn lanes leading into a Clovercroft Road subdivision.
A controversial Williamson County schools advocacy group recently penalized for operating as an unregistered political action committee has contested that ruling and filed a federal lawsuit against the state.
The Tennessee State Fire Marshal has urged residents to attend professional displays and abide by new state laws regarding fireworks.
A residential burglary on Mint Springs Circle tops this week's crime report released by Asst. Brentwood police chief Tommy Walsh on Tuesday.
Williamson County Parks and Rec close indoor facilities for July 4 holiday, introduces new events for outdoor pools, sponsors Williamson County Community Band for concert, offers computer skills camp and more.
One hundred women participated in the 6th Annual Ladies Only Charity Golf tournament Monday, June 29 at Brentwood Country Club raising $16,000 to benefit Morning Star Sanctuary, a safe haven for women and their children in Middle Tennessee who are victims of abuse.
A Battle Ground Academy graduate has been awarded a prestigious scholarship from the University of South Carolina.
A Brentwood High School rising senior's painting was selected by Congressman Marsha Blackburn as the winner of the 2015 Congressional Art Competition in Washington D.C.
The Southern Elite Sports Preparatory School in Franklin has added a soccer program to its institution.
Judges called it a tie Saturday morning when City of Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and Thompson's Station Mayor Corey Napier competed to see who could cook the most delicious healthy recipe.
It is important when visiting unfamiliar cultures or locations to understand the norms and behaviors of their citizens and polite society.