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Franklin planners granted green lights to several developments at their Thursday nigh meeting in City Hall.
The $80 million-$85 million Harpeth Square hotel, residential and retail complex planned for downtown Franklin won two approvals with several modifications during a Thursday meeting of the Franklin Municipal Planning Commission..
Middle Tennessee drivers can now check their cell phones for up-to-the-minute traffic updates provided by the Tennessee Department of Transportation.
The Board of Mayor and Alderman will meet with the Franklin Municipal Planning Commission tonight in City Hall to go over the desired outcomes of FMPC's recent retreat.
An aggravated assault warrant has been issued for a state prison parolee who used a pool cue to badly hurt a man in a barroom brawl Wednesday, Franklin police said.
To keep the roads safe during the holiday season, the Williamson County Sheriff's Office will increase patrols and sobriety checkpoints through New Year's.
The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department is now holding registration for its January general interests classes, featuring "Writing for Stage, Screen and Literature," and junior tennis camps.
Kings' Chapel is hosting a historical Christmas service Arrington, Tennessee, Sunday Dec. 21 at 6 p.m., according to a Kings' Chapel press release.
Earlier this week, the Williamson County school board approved a list of more than 900 parents and teachers from across the district for textbook review committees, effectively allowing the vetting process for math instructional materials to begin.
After the Williamson County school board gave its unanimous approval Monday night, committees are now in place to review math textbooks to be used for the next six school years.
Centennial High School hosted a District 11-AAA basketball matchup with Franklin High School Friday night.
Independence took on Blackman; Summit battled Spring Hill; Page faced Community; BGA squared off with FRA; and GCA took on Lancaster Christian Academy