- Bagel truck, brew bread among many tastes at Main Street Festival Bagel truck, brew bread among many tastes at Main Street Festival
- Ladders to HOPE qualifies 25 percent of participants for scholarship Ladders to HOPE qualifies 25 percent of participants for scholarship
- 'Idol' star lends voice to Martin Center's 'Memories' 'Idol' star lends voice to Martin Center's 'Memories'
- Freedom Middle student's effort leads FSSD to eliminate foam trays Freedom Middle student's effort leads FSSD to eliminate foam trays
Unless you make over $40,000 per year, you probably can’t afford to rent an apartment in Franklin.
A sidewalk project on the northwestern side of Franklin approved in the city’s four-year capital projects plan may get longer and more expensive to connect to other pedestrian paths in the area.
We live in a marvelous community where local government, our schools and communities serve as exemplars at regional, state and national levels. Williamson County and our local municipalities are widely known for the excellent services provided to citizens.
Rolling roadblocks are scheduled for Interstate 65 South in Williamson County on Sunday, April 27 from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m.
With thousands of runners, supporters and volunteers descending upon Nashville on Saturday for the St. Jude Country Music Marathon, Metro Police Chief Steve Anderson announced the safety and security plan for the event, one that ivolves hundreds of law enforcement personnel.
The Franklin Police Department will conduct a sobriety checkpoint at Hillsboro Road near Poteat Place Friday evening.
Brentwood Baptist Church continues to grow, but this time not on Concord Road. On Sunday, church officials will officially break ground for The Church at Station Hill in Spring Hill.
ESPN host and sports journalist Rece Davis will serve as Keynote Speaker for this year’s Heroes Breakfast benefiting the Natchez Trace Chapter of the American Red Cross.
Summit High School HOSA students attended the State Leadership Conference March 31 to April 2 and represented Summit in both recognition and competition events.
The Franklin boys' soccer team clinched the District 11-AAA regular season title Thursday by staying undefeated with a 2-0 win over visiting Independence on senior night.