- HCA gets OK for $17.3 million surgical center on Old Hickory Boulevard HCA gets OK for $17.3 million surgical center on Old Hickory Boulevard
- Commission keeps same property tax rate for 25 years Commission keeps same property tax rate for 25 years
- Husband of meningitis victim will continue lawsuit despite settlement Husband of meningitis victim will continue lawsuit despite settlement
- Three charged in human sex trafficking investigation at Brentwood hotel Three charged in human sex trafficking investigation at Brentwood hotel
Brentwood and Franklin residents will have another option for grocery delivery service with Shipt's announcement this week of expanding service to the Middle Tennessee region.
Provision Proton Centers on Wednesday received approval from a state agency to build a new proton therapy center for cancer patients on an 11.6-acre vacant lot next to Williamson Medical Center in Franklin.
The Williamson County Commission's Education Committee on Tuesday night unanimously approved a reduced amount of $20,000 for Williamson County Schools to contend with a pending civil lawsuit.
Sitting on the khaki-colored floor of the Cool Springs Galleria Mall, Hope Hartwigsen and her niece, Maria Hood, waited for more than 12 hours Wednesday for the H&M store opening in the chain's newest location.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for the period of May 28-June 3.
Brentwood Fire and Rescue responded to 69 emergency calls for service for the period of May 14-19, according to Chief Brian Goss.
In her red American Girl t-shirt, Mystery Rowe had her long, blonde-haired, look-alike doll tucked under her arm.
Starting next school year, Williamson County Schools students will no longer be required to take an assessment that tests their basic technology skills.
A handful of area high school teams and athletes came away with state titles at the TSSAA Spring Fling in Murfreesboro last week.
Hundreds of runners ran across the starting line in the middle of downtown Franklin for the second Snowball Express 5K race Saturday morning at 7:30 a.m.
We made it -- we survived another school year, and summer stretches before us with endless possibility, promising relaxation and adventure.