MURFREESBORO – Disaster struck when Gabrielle Boulay’s legs failed her at the end of the first running event in the Class AAA state track and field championships Thursday at Middle Tennessee State University.
MURFREESBORO – As a freshman, Sophie Yount said she is still getting used to competing with her fellow Brentwood High School track and field teammates.
Two people were arrested in Franklin Wednesday night after they reportedly fired a water pellet gun from their car at a couple of strangers outside a local gas station.
A Franklin police officer was assaulted by a drunk driver Wednesday night, according to the department.
Spring Hill Mayor Jim Hagaman made a statement Wednesday that the city ended its seven-day water emergency declaration that went into effect on May 18.
BRENTWOOD – After nine seasons of leading the Brentwood High School baseball team, head coach Bill Moore resigned Thursday.
NOLENSVILLE — Elise Dobson completed a years-long goal last week. The Nolensville High School senior captured the TSSAA Class AAA state pentathlon championship, racking up 3,584 points to win the title by more than 500 points and cement herself as…
MURFREESBORO – Just inside five minutes to play in the Class AAA state soccer semifinals, Aiden Parker raced to track down a long ball from near midfield. The Brentwood High School senior found another gear, out-ran multiple defenders and charged…
Thought for the week: As you establish priorities for your day and your life, God deserves first place. You deserve the experience of putting Him there.
A hungry crowd showed up to support the official grand opening of The Spot Burgers & Beers in Spring Hill Monday.
On the downtown Franklin square, every building has a story to tell. One of its most historic structures is beginning a brand-new chapter.
The 71st Franklin Rodeo returned to the Williamson County AgEXPO Park last weekend bigger and better than ever.
MURFREESBORO – Despite losing 17 seniors to graduation from last year’s state runner-up team, the Grace Christian Academy boys soccer club pushed right back into the Division II-A state championship Wednesday.
The Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen passed a resolution Tuesday declaring nonprofit collective The Hill, LLC as the potential new owner of the Hill Property located at 403 and 405 Fifth Ave. N.
MURFREESBORO – Inches were the difference in the Division II-AA state triple jump Wednesday morning. Well, less than an inch.