Read the top local stories from the past week in Franklin and Brentwood.
CoolSprings Galleria owner, CBL properties, files for bankruptcy
CBL Properties, which owns more than 107 properties in 26 states, including the CoolSprings Galleria in Franklin, announced Nov. 2 that it has begun Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.
Pear Tree Avenue in Brentwood to close
Brentwood boutique Pear Tree Avenue announced Oct. 29 it will close its location at 237 Franklin Road, Brentwood.
Williamson County extends mask mandate through Dec. 29
Williamson County has announced its mask mandate meant to help limit the spread of coronavirus has been extended through Dec. 29.
DATA: Voter turnout totals over 80% in 2020 election; party lines shift slightly in Williamson County
November election turnout in Williamson County is typically higher in presidential election years, according to historic data from the Tennessee Secretary of State’s Office. However, preliminary data shows 2020 turnout as a new high mark.
Whitson, Casada and Ogles poised to keep seats following Nov. 3 elections
With precinct totals and early voting totals in from the Tennessee Secretary of State's office, all incumbents in Williamson County are expected to keep their seats following the Nov. 3 election.
Wendy Sturges contributed to this report.