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If all goes according to plan, the new Nolensville-area schools will be completed in time for the 2016-2017 school year.
The town of Franklin is bustling these days. Quaint shops and restaurants bring tourists from all over the world for a taste of the community's southern charm.
"Thoroughly Modern Millie" tells the story of young Millie Dillmount, played by senior Maddie Palmaccio, who has just moved to New York City in 1922 in search of a new life for herself.
FCD is a nonprofit organization that provides alcohol, tobacco and other drug education worldwide.
The state has agreed to pay the parents of a teen who died in the custody of the Department of Children's Services $250,000 to settle a wrongful death lawsuit brought by his father.
Williamson County students are gearing up for the first-ever WCS Fine Arts Festival March 28-29.
For Deann Hebert, painting is more than a day job. The artist sees the process as both an emotional and a necessary one, using her work to express her aesthetic aims, as well as to raise awareness for local preservation.
The sixth suspect in a home invasion at Ladd Park subdivision in Franklin was arrested yesterday and is being held in Williamson County jail on a $250,000 bond for charges, including criminal conspiracy.
First responders who helped deliver a baby alongside Interstate 65 in Williamson County last month met with the family Thursday.
Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County will dedicate its 141st home on Sunday for Marc and Lauren Pelfrey and their 18-month-old son Maddux.
Williamson County resident and Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals Judge Jeff Bivins is on the short list for a seat on the state Supreme Court being vacated because of the retirement of Justice William C. Koch this summer.
Hot Sauce is the provider of lacrosse instruction for Williamson County Parks and Recreation, in addition it runs programs independently, too Registration is available for Hot Sauce 2014 youth lacrosse teams at www.hotsaucelacrosse.com.
Entrepreneurs, representatives of companies large and small, and community leaders will come together on March 25 to review emerging trends and projections for the fastest-growing county in Tennessee.
Prehistoric Native American stone box graves may exist along and, in some cases, under the Old Natchez Trace, according to a report of recent radar observations of the road.
Doug Anderson, a Brentwood High School teacher whose class load includes Advanced Placement environmental education, was presented Keep America Beautiful's Young Professional Award at KAB's national awards ceremony, which recently took place during its national conference in Charlotte, N.C. The Young Professional Award, now in its second year, ... (more)