A new “Text to 911” system has launched in Williamson County, giving users and 911 dispatchers new ways to report and respond to emergencies.
Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn is rallying Republican voters as the 2024 election cycle kicks off ahead of what she said will be a “pivotal year for our country.”
Legislature made it easier to greenlight renovations at Fairgrounds Nashville ahead of potential NASCAR deal
Tennessee’s U.S. Senator Bill Hagerty led a roundtable discussion in Nashville on May 22 with former Acting Director of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Tom Homan and various state and local law enforcement and government officials discussing border security.
Nolensville Fire and Rescue and the Town of Nolensville held a groundbreaking ceremony on May 19 to celebrate the start of construction for Fire Station No. 1.
Edmondson fills the opening created by the death of former Attorney General Kim Helper.
Joanne Sowell has worked with local nonprofits, aims to unseat Marsha Blackburn
Williamson Health celebrated the completion of the first phase of their expanded emergency room renovations at Franklin’s Williamson Medical Center on May 17.
The City of Franklin’s Ethics Commission voted unanimously to dismiss all of the ethics complaints filed against four members of the Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen: Aldermen Gabrielle Hanson, Beverly Burger, and Matt Brown and Mayor Ken Moore during their May 17 meeting.
Franklin celebrated National Travel and Tourism Week with a variety of events recognizing the important role of tourism in Franklin and Williamson County as a whole.
Law enforcement agencies across Williamson County and Middle Tennessee gathered at The Franklin Theatre on May 8 for the annual law enforcement memorial service presented by the Morris Heithcock Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 41.
Legislature declined to take up governor's gun restrictions in wake of Covenant shooting
From the Scene: Tennessee General Assembly focused on Metro, roads, tax cuts, trans issues
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County has announced its 2023 Sites to Save and Sites to Watch.
Lizzette Gonzalez Reynolds will replace Penny Schwinn in July
25 formal ethics complaints had been filed against Franklin Alderman At Large Gabrielle Hanson following her inaccurate comments about The Covenant School shooting which sparked public outrage.
Multibillion-dollar deal sets record for public facility financing
Legislation aims at Metro's police oversight, airport, convention center
Tennessee General Assembly adjourns as Lee plans to call special session
First terminations set to begin in early May during 12-month unwinding process
State forced to relocate intern after Rep. Scotty Campbell allegedly made repeated comments
The Williamson County Republican Party elected Tracy Miller as its new chair during the 2023 Mass Convention on April 18 amidst declarations of division and questions of unity ahead of the incoming 2024 election season.
House Republicans quickly said they were not interested
After passing 25-11 on second reading, final vote scheduled for next week
Path to racetrack renovations eased by state legislature
Endorsements follow trip to Nashville for donor retreat
With the legislative session set to wrap as soon as next week, the clock is ticking on gun reform
TriStar Health, the local brand of HCA Healthcare hospitals, has filed a letter of intent for an $18 million freestanding emergency department in Nolensville, the Nashville Business Journal reported.
Franklin Pride will return to The Park at Harlinsdale Farm on June 3. The Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen narrowly approved the festival in a 5-4 vote Tuesday night following months of public pushback against Pride celebrations in Franklin and across Middle Tennessee.
Lee to sign executive order related to background checks for gun purchases
Metro Council appoints Jones to seat he was expelled from last week
Several members of the Metro Nashville Police Department spoke at an April 4 news conference where they recounted their actions during the March 27 Covenant School shooting, including the officers who entered the school and killed the active shooter.
Democratic members were kicked out of House for leading anti-gun protest
Clinicians, Democratic lawmakers say amended bill’s allowances too limited
In the week following the March 27 fatal Covenant School shooting communities from across Middle Tennessee responded with shock, grief and outrage as the ‘targeted attack’ brought an international spotlight on the Green Hills church and school.
Federal court determines GOP effort ‘missed the mark,’ possibly unconstitutional
'Transportation Modernization Act' allows public-private toll lanes
Remembering the three students and three staff members who were killed Monday
Meanwhile inside, lawmakers spar over how to approach legislation
Police killed the 28-year-old shooter, whose victims include three children and three staff members
'The shooter was engaged by MNPD and is dead'
Bill would require a simple majority of Metro Council for any demolition at the fairgrounds
Medical professionals say bill is step in right direction, though allowances are too limited
District Attorney for the 21st Judicial District Kim Helper died Monday after a “brief illness.” She was 63.
A Nolensville man has been charged with eight counts of identity theft in what law enforcement said was a fraud scheme using the online gaming service DraftKings.
Senate GOP votes 19-7 to back speaker’s continued leadership
Free tax preparation services are being offered throughout tax season at the Williamson County Library in Franklin.
Board that oversees Nashville International Airport is currently appointed by mayor
Republicans pushed to cut Nashville’s legislative body in half
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