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Members of the Rotary Club of Nashville this morning will deliver boxes of food to 1,200 needy recipients in our city, continuing a 100-year commitment to serving Nashville.
Is increasing income inequality a bad thing for America?
Should prostitution be legalized?
The Maury County YMCA is slated to officially close Sunday after 17 years, paving the way for a new nonprofit organization to assume operations under a new moniker.
Family and friends can catch a glimpse of the following local students during the broadcast at 9 p.m. on PBS and an encore showing at 7 p.m. on Christmas Eve: Julia Johnson, Daniel Torres, Katherine Callaway, Caitlyn Porayko, Bailey Scogin, John Provost and Lauren Conklin, all of Brentwood; Caroline Henneberry, Joel Heumann, Amelia Yann, Brittany ... (more)
Judi and John Larson were most concerned about solutions and prevention of future flooding events.
Sometimes during the holiday season, we all struggle with "What can we get Aunt Sue ... and what about Grandmother Smith?" They have everything they could possibly need, so we surrender and just get something we know is not needed.
The town house seems to be having a renaissance in Williamson County. New ones are cropping up in several neighborhoods that are in development such as Berry Farms, where the first set of 30 town houses sold out in about 12 months.
Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County dedicated its 140th home on Dec. 6 to Frank Lemus, just in time for the family to celebrate Christmas in their new residence.
Shelby County Commissioner Steve Mulroy authored a damning article in this morning's Memphis Flyer, outlining the problems that face Shelby County since Governor Haslam apparently has no intention of doing anything to expand Medicaid.
The smallest incorporated town in Williamson County is poised to potentially assemble 213 acres of public parkland next to its town center.
Williamson County has earned an excellent reputation for the quality of teaching in both public and private education.
Life-long Franklin resident Dr. Anthony Johnson, 38, feels like he is back home as the new principal of Poplar Grove Middle School.
Williamson County teachers and students are wrapping up end-of-semester activities and exams today and tomorrow with anticipation of an eleven-day break.
Winter solstice is actually Saturday ; Owl's Hill is celebrating early. Participants will have a meal at the pavilion and learn about owls before trekking out to the woods for a night hike featuring naked eye astronomy and calling of wild owls.
Officers from local, regional and federal police agencies escorted about 120 children through the aisles of the Wal-Mart store in Cool Springs early Sunday in their annual Shop With A Cop charity event.
Thought for the week: God, who has given so much to us, gives one more thing -- a grateful heart.
Months of discussion still leave much to be finalized about the $80 million Harpeth Square development proposed for a city block of downtown Franklin.