Home inventory in Williamson County drops and more local news

Read the most popular news from the Franklin and Brentwood area from the past week.

Active home inventory in Williamson County down 57%, plus more real estate updates in Franklin and Brentwood

The median sale price for homes in the Franklin and Brentwood ZIP codes has risen in the past year, while the area's active inventory has gone down.

Where to vote early in Williamson County

Early voting in Tennessee is now underway, and registered voters can vote at any one of eight locations in Williamson County.



Early voting will be held from Oct. 14-29, according to the Williamson County Election Commission.

Williamson County commissioners discuss quarantine policies in schools, probable cases

With hundreds of students in Williamson County Schools quarantining due to an exposure to a positive case of coronavirus, Williamson County officials are raising concerns about the quarantine process mandated by the state.

Williamson County breaks ground on new animal shelter in Franklin

Work is now officially underway on the new Williamson County Animal Shelter.

Williamson County preparing for large turnout for Nov. 3 election

Voters will begin casting their ballots later this week, and Williamson County is getting ready for what could be a large turnout for the Nov. 3 election.

Wendy Sturges contributed to this report.



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The staff works with abused children and families in Middle Tennessee. (Photos courtesy Davis House Child Advocacy Center)
Davis House Advocacy Center provides counseling, resources for abused children

Executive Director Brett Hutchinson said most people do not realize how prevalent child abuse is and that it exists in every community, regardless of socioeconomic status.

President and CEO George Hampton and Brentwood Mayor Rhea Little (center) facilitated a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Currax's new headquarters Sept. 29. (Courtesy Currax Pharmaceuticals)
Currex Pharmaceuticals opens HQ in Brentwood

The company, located at 155 Franklin Road, Ste. 450, Brentwood, announced its move from Morristown, New Jersey, to Brentwood in August.

Local officials will unveil a statue honoring members of the U.S. Colored Troops on Oct. 23. (Courtesy city of Franklin, Battle of Franklin Trust)
City of Franklin to debut U.S. Colored Troops statue Oct. 23

The statue, to be placed in the Public Square, is entitled "March to Freedom."

New Williamson County Schools Board Member Josh Brown was appointed during the Oct. 11 Williamson County Commission meeting. (Screenshot via Williamson County)
Williamson County Schools adds new board member

New board member Josh Brown attended his first meeting with the school board Oct. 18.

Serrato's Steakhouse is slated to open Oct. 20. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Serrato's Steakhouse to open Oct. 20 in Franklin

The eatery is located off of Columbia Avenue in Franklin.

The Cooper Trooper Pumpkin Patch returns Oct. 16. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
16 fall events to check out in Franklin, Brentwood; Westhaven Golf Club reopens following renovations and more top area news

Read the top business and community news from the past week from the Franklin and Brentwood areas.

A project to renovate and expand the Williamson Medical Center will begin in 2022. (Rendering courtesy Williamson Medical Center)
Williamson Medical Center announces $189M project to expand, renovate hospital

Construction on the project is slated to begin in 2022.

The Franklin International Indie Film Festival will be held Nov. 9-14 at The Factory at Franklin. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Franklin International Indie Film Festival returns Nov. 9-14

The festival includes a selection of feature films, short films and student submissions.

The Franklin Hill Center is set to be demolished in the coming weeks. (Lacy Klasel/Community Impact Newspaper)
Franklin Hill Center set for demolition

The buildings along Columbia Avenue are slated to be knocked down in the coming weeks.

The Cooper Trooper Pumpkin Patch returns Oct. 16. (Wendy Sturges/Community Impact Newspaper)
Pumpkin patches, spooky tours: 16 fall events to check out in Franklin, Brentwood

Which fall favorite are you adding to your calendar this season?

The Westhaven Golf Club reopened in September. (Courtesy Westhaven)
Westhaven Golf Club reopens following renovations

The course has been undergoing renovations for the past five months.