The hotel will add 119 rooms and suites to Franklin's historic downtown.
The brewery closed suddenly earlier this month.
The donation was the first-ever million-dollar charitable campaign for the nonprofit organization in the county.
The clinic opened its Franklin location Nov. 18
Tree lightings, Christmas carols and more: 6 things to do in Williamson County this weekend, Dec. 6-8
6 things to do this weekend in Williamson County
It is unlikely residents will see scooters on the streets of Franklin anytime soon.
Tree lightings and Christmas festivals: 10 cheap or free holiday events to check out in the Greater Nashville area
Take a look at some of the upcoming holiday events in the area.
840 employees spent time volunteering this month.
For those looking to shop small this holiday season, there are a number of locally-owned store in Franklin and Brentwood to find something for everyone on your gift list.
The company opened its Brentwood-area office in 1999.
The eatery will be the first to open in Harpeth Square in downtown Franklin.
Lori Lange was hired to city staff in November.
To help cut down on travel delays during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, the Tennessee Department of Transportation announced Nov. 25 it will pause all lane closure activity on interstates and state highways.
Riley previously served as the school's assistant principal.
Find holiday events to add to your calendar this season.
The eatery operates two locations in Franklin.
This Brentwood mainstay has been making baked goods for the last 27 years.
City residents in floodways now have the option to raise their homes.
The area is expected to see tremendous growth in the coming years.
Live music, Christmas lights and more: 4 things to do this in Williamson County this weekend, Nov. 22-24
4 things to do this weekend in Williamson County
Owners Nancy and Steve Hokanson launched Guilt Free Bakery in mid-October and has begun supplying baked goods …
David Esslinger will begin his position Dec. 2.
Columbia State administrators thanked the City of Franklin for their help in transporting students during the garage's construction