- GAME PREVIEWS: Centennial hosts Summit; Franklin, Page, BGA go on the road GAME PREVIEWS: Centennial hosts Summit; Franklin, Page, BGA go on the road
- Customers of Milcrofton Utility District are seeking lower rates Customers of Milcrofton Utility District are seeking lower rates
- Standards, assessment misalignment dominate summit conversation Standards, assessment misalignment dominate summit conversation
- I-65 to close Saturday at Goose Creek for bridge implosion I-65 to close Saturday at Goose Creek for bridge implosion
Gov. Bill Haslam, TDOT Commissioner John Schroer and Governor's Highway Safety Office Director Kendell Poole recently announced that $24.2 million in highway safety grants will go to 386 state agencies, eight of which are in Williamson County.
Williamson County District Attorney Kim Helper disagrees with Home Page Media Group reports that a Thompson's Station nurse faces up to 72 years in prison if convicted of using doctor's names to write illegal prescriptions and illegally distributing prescription drugs.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation's update for the week of Sept. 18-24.
The City of Franklin is seeking public feedback and insight in order to develop a comprehensive transportation plan.
The Franklin Fire Department is working in tandem with the Franklin Police Department to educate parents, grandparents and guardians of children as to how to correctly install child care seats at two workshops this weekend.
Music and beer from all corners of the globe will be featured at 2nd annual Celebration of Nations festival put on by Sister Cities of Franklin and Williamson County.
Franklin Transit is relying less and less on city funding as ridership increases and grant requests have been successful, the Franklin Transit Authority learned in a meeting on Thursday afternoon.
Franklin High School's senior class is planning the Mistletoe Market, a one-day shopping event to be held on Nov. 8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., according to a news release.
Ravenwood and Independence squared off Thursday night in a battle of District 11-AAA girls' soccer teams, and the Lady Raptors kept their undefeated district record intact with a 1-0 victory.
Franklin High alum Brad Ross was recently named the National Boys' Soccer Player of the Year by the National High School Coaches Association.