Williamson County Schools calls for rezoning, officials hold public input meetings before Nov. 18 vote
WCS discussed rezoning schools at Thompson's Station Middle School
The vintage and antiques store will move later this month.
Five things to do in Williamson County this weekend
The city commission will vote on a resolution to rename Tower Park Dog Park.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation announced two upcoming ramp closures on I-440 this weekend, Nov. 8-10.
Construction work has moved south as work to widen the road continues.
The Rabbit Hole VR is open in Franklin.
The Boathouse on Main Street will become a taphouse by the end of the year.
On The Table 2019 kicks off with a Breakfast with the Mayors event.
Daylight saving time ends early Sunday morning, Nov. 3, meaning clocks fall back an hour, giving residents an extra hour of sleep.
For 18 years, Franklin artists Pat and Jody Thompson have offered weekly classes at SouthGate Studio in The Factory at Franklin for students with a passion for painting.
Tennis lovers and student athletes can resume play at Jim Warren Park following the reopening of eight tennis courts Oct. 29.
Middle Tennessee’s only location of The Local Taco has become a Brentwood institution known for its family-friendly versatility and for putting a Southern twist on tacos.
First Tennessee Bank changed its name to First Horizon Bank on Oct. 25 to align with its parent company, First Horizon National Corp., according to a news release.
Beginning in October 2020, new identification standards intended to increase U.S. security will go into effect.
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Brentwood city officials have announced that this weekend's Movie in the Park has been moved to Sunday, Oct. 27 due to rain in the area on Oct. 26. The movie will begin at 7 p.m. and food trucks will begin serving at 6 p.m.
Williamson County leaders, first responders and community members gathered Sept. 11 to watch as officials with the city of Brentwood broke ground on the biggest capital project in city history.
Retailers offering products with cannabidiol, otherwise known as CBD, are proliferating across Williamson County, including an influx of stores in the Franklin and Brentwood areas that sell health and wellness products made with the hemp-derived compound.
Build-out year: 2000
Take a look at updates on some of the construction work happening now in Franklin and …