- SCENE AND HEARD: Celebrity bowlers raise money for High Hopes SCENE AND HEARD: Celebrity bowlers raise money for High Hopes
- May property developers: "We are confident we can save those trees" May property developers: "We are confident we can save those trees"
- Plans for Uncle Julio's Mexican Restaurant are underway for Hill Center Plans for Uncle Julio's Mexican Restaurant are underway for Hill Center
- Board will soon decide how big a high school should be Board will soon decide how big a high school should be
Developers have crafted a Nolensville Market Square to connect the town's past with its future through an innovative, "new historic" downtown concept.
Food trucks will line Third Avenue at Bicentennial Park from 5 to 10 p.m. on Friday.
Five Williamson County leaders are among the class of 24.
Taramore will continue development as Brentwood Planning Commissioners approved a plan for it on Monday.
Brentwood's Stacey Rhodes Boutique is hosting a trunk show this weekend for jewelry designer Mark Edge.
A line was wrapped around the building on Monday to enter Cool Springs' newest entertainment venue Kings Bowl America, a 25,000-square-foot center with top-notch food, alcohol, live music and bowling.
This week's crime report is marked by several burglaries and thefts.
Sergeant Jim Colvin is an 11-year Brentwood Police Department member, working his way to become a Lieutenant in just a few weeks.
The Brentwood-based athletic sock company Swiftwick has given their support to the National Ride for Reading Week.
Hazardous household waste is considered flammable, toxic, reactive and/or corrosive and should not be placed with regular garbage.
Franklin's KC Haugh said his focus if elected to the District 11 school board seat would revolve around smoothing the transition of rezoning his top priority.
While originally moving here to start a church plant, Franklin dad Stuart Cooper said he wanted to invest into Williamson schools by running for the District 11 seat.
Ravenwood's softball team went yard multiple times to defeat Summit Tuesday in a matchup that clinched the No. 2 seed in the District 11-AAA tournament.
Brentwood's baseball team took on Oakland Tuesday, while CPA hosted Beech and FRA took on Zion Christian. The BHS softball team battled Independence and BA soccer team visited CPA.
This year's McGavock Dinner on the grounds of Carnton Plantation honored two of Franklin's battlefield advocates who helped secure prime pieces of land.