- Developer again delays move-in date for Tapestry residents Developer again delays move-in date for Tapestry residents
- 'Corky's' billboard suit could be approaching final hours 'Corky's' billboard suit could be approaching final hours
- Brentwood-based nonprofit debuts new childrens shelter on Today Show Thursday morning Brentwood-based nonprofit debuts new childrens shelter on Today Show Thursday morning
- Holiday Shopping guide now online 24/7 at BHP Holiday Shopping guide now online 24/7 at BHP
Middle Tennessee drivers can now check their cell phones for up-to-the-minute traffic updates provided by the Tennessee Department of Transportation.
LBMC recently announced founder and managing partner David Morgan is the recipient of the 2014 Tennessee Tech University College of Business Outstanding Business Leadership award.
The following is a Tennessee Department of Transportation update for the period of Dec. 18-Jan. 7.
The Williamson County Ethics Commission met for its bi-annual meeting on Wednesday and rehashed the portion of the county ethics policy addressing the acceptance of gifts.
An aggravated assault warrant has been issued for a state prison parolee who used a pool cue to badly hurt a man in a barroom brawl Wednesday, Franklin police said.
To keep the roads safe during the holiday season, the Williamson County Sheriff's Office will increase patrols and sobriety checkpoints through New Year's.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department is now holding registration for its January general interests classes, featuring "Writing for Stage, Screen and Literature," and junior tennis camps.
Kings' Chapel is hosting a historical Christmas service Arrington, Tennessee, Sunday Dec. 21 at 6 p.m., according to a Kings' Chapel press release.
The Williamson County school board has approved a list of more than 900 parents and teachers from across the district to serve on textbook review committees, which can begin reviews of math instructional materials.
A local real estate firm and Christmas tree retailer on Wednesday presented a $3,000 check to Centennial High School for campus projects.
Brentwood visited Mt. Juliet Friday, while FRA hosted BGA for a district matchup.