5:11 PM Oct 8, 2019 CDT

Brentwood lifts ban on open burning

The city of Brentwood announced Oct. 8 it has lifted the ban on open burning in the city limits that was issued Sept. 23.


Early voting begins in Franklin city elections

Early voting in Franklin's municipal elections opened to residents the morning of Oct. 2, according to the county.


Franklin approves prioritized list of capital projects

Franklin officials approved the city’s updated capital investment program Aug. 13, prioritizing transportation projects such as the Long Lane and Peytonsville Road connector and improvements to intersections.



Black Diamond Culinary moving to physical location in Cool Springs

Black Diamond Culinary is building out a brick-and-mortar location at 615 Bakers Bridge Ave., Ste. 120, …


Epic Yoga provides varied classes for all

Leanne Woehlke opened Epic Yoga in Brentwood to be a place where anyone can find wellness through practicing yoga.


Franklin musician finds community in High Brow Coffee + Tea

Local musician Dustin Sauder bought High Brow Coffee + Tea after returning from tour, and immediately got to work applying his vision to the cozy Westhaven cafe.


Tony's Eat & Drink to open in Cool Springs

Owner Tony Urbanek will open Tony's Eat & Drink, a new bar and restaurant in Cool Springs, at 1000 …



Boozy archery, public safety and fall festivals; 4 things to do in Brentwood and Franklin this weekend

Besides Franklin's largest consignment sale , there are plenty of other events in the area as fall weather …


Crockett Elementary School named Blue Ribbon School by U.S. Department of Education

Crockett Elementary School in Brentwood was named by the U.S. Department of Education as a National Blue Ribbon School. It was one of just six Tennessee schools to receive the award.


Things to do: Consignment sale in Franklin-Cool Springs

A large consignment sale is kicking off tomorrow in Franklin, offering children and adult goods as well as home items.


Companies choose Williamson County for expansion, relocation

Williamson County has become a hotspot for big-name employers, and officials have been working for years to get the area to where it is today.



Courtyard Franklin Cool Springs expands to add meeting space

Work on an expansion project to add 2,000 square feet of meeting and event space was completed in …


Pumpkins, grape stomps, festivals and more: 11 fall events in the Greater Nashville area

Fall is here in Music City and there are several fall festivals and things to do in your neighborhood and …


To-do list: 7 events to add to your calendar in September and October

From Brentwood's 50th birthday bash to the annual Heritage Ball, there is a lot to do in Brentwood and …


Brentwood finalizes scooter ban within city limits

Brentwood City Commission voted Sept. 23 to approve the second and final reading of an ordinance banning the operation of dockless scooters, electric bikes and other small electric vehicles on public roads, sidewalks and rights of way.



Williamson County schools receive TN Ready results

On Aug. 15, the Tennessee Department of Education announced test results for TN Ready, the statewide standardized test administered to elementary, middle and high school students every spring. Schools in Williamson County have received two of the top rankings from the state.


Brentwood issues burn ban due to drought conditions

The City of Brentwood is instituting a ban on open burning until further notice, according to a release from a city spokesperson.


City of Franklin issues voluntary water conservation notice

As a result of dry weather conditions across Williamson County during the past several weeks, the city of Franklin is asking residents to limit excessive water use throughout the city.


Jack+Jill Aesthetics now open in Franklin

Jack+Jill Aesthetics opened in August at 1010 Murfreesboro Road, Ste. 190A, Franklin. The business offers a …



Free live music, farmer's market, Nerf wars; four things to do in Franklin and Brentwood this weekend

For those who are not attending the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival, there are plenty of other …


Jet's Pizza to close Lumber Drive location in Franklin

Jet's Pizza will permanently close its location at 102 Lumber Drive at 10 p.m. on Sept. 21, according to a sign posted on the eatery's door.


Mill Creek Brewing Co. to open Franklin taproom Sept. 18

Mill Creek Brewing Co. will open its newest taproom Sept. 18 in Franklin Sept. 18 at 216 Noah Drive, Ste. 140, Franklin, in the former location of Mantra Artisan Ales.


ROAD CLOSURE: I-440 bridge over I-65 in Nashville to close Sept. 20-23 for widening project

As part of ongoing construction on I-440 in Nashville , the I-440 bridge over I-65 will close this weekend, Sept. 20-23 for a widening project, the Tennessee Department of Transportation announced Friday, Aug. 9.