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Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson and Williamson County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney will guest host a special session on the county budget at the next Public Affairs Roundtable on Monday, July 28.
Before the school board candidates’ forum on Monday, July 28, BrentWord Communications wants to know what you want to ask the candidates.
Hope this finds you and everybody at home well and happy … far as I can tell I’m okay (unless you know something I don’t) … thought I ought to catch you up on things goin’ on ‘round here …
Two Williamson County Sheriff’s Office deputies have been named officers of the month for June and July and charities of their choice will be rewarded because of it.
Updated at 1:18 p.m. on Tuesday
Franklin police have asked for help locating a Thompson's Station woman who police say is on the run following a burglary that occurred early Saturday morning.
Tony Award-winning musical “The Book of Mormon” is coming to the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, and tickets go on sale Friday, Aug. 15, at 10 a.m.
Columbia State Community College has announced the lineup of performers as part of its 2014-2015 First Farmers Performance Series season.
Miami University of Ohio awarded degrees to students during spring commencement exercises Saturday, May 17, 2014, at Yager Stadium, and several students from Williamson County were included on the President’s and Dean’s lists.
The Tennessee Soccer Club girls' under-16 team tied the Maryland Coyotes in its first game of the US Youth Soccer National Championships in Germantown, MD Tuesday.
Call me a Pollyanna, if you will, but I just don’t see the sky falling in Williamson County and in particular, on Williamson County Schools.
Two children’s stories, actually, come to mind as we enter early voting and the August election season that will seat county commissioners, Williamson County Board of Education members and determine who will run in November to represent us at the state level.
In addition to the centuries-old "Chicken Little,” consider J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter” series.
It was a Saturday and the date was Sept. 16. The year was 1972, I was a sophomore at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. I had spent a good portion of the afternoon in my dorm room with my buddies watching football on my little black and white television we had stuffed on to a shelf in the closet. There were wires and foil hanging out the window of my fifth story dorm room which connected to the “rabbit ears”. That allowed us to get a pretty good picture … at least by 1972 standards.