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Franklin residents can provide their input on traffic in the Cool Springs area next Monday, April 28, as feedback for bettering traffic patterns there.
Mayor Ken Moore will give his fifth state of the city presentation at the Factory in Franklin at Jamison Hall Wednesday, April 22, at 7:45 a.m.
A teenager was arrested Friday morning for possession of a weapon in a parking lot of Centennial High School in Franklin.
Centennial High School students returned to class after a threat caused the building to be evacuated Friday morning, school officials said.
A February police investigation ended Thursday, April 16, with a Florida suspect behind Williamson County bars after the man attempted to steal high end pieces of jewelry with a fake credit card.
"Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2" is the exact - exact - same movie as "Paul Blart: Mall Cop."
Social studies field testing in Williamson County Schools continues into this week after last Monday's rocky start.
Changes to the public comment procedure at Williamson County School Board meetings will be implemented on a trial basis, Chairman P.J. Mezera told the board at Thursday's work session.
Each week, four to six athletes will be honored by Burger Up and Franklin Home Page as Athletes of the Week. A male and female athlete will be chosen from each school. Alternating schools are featured each week including Battle Ground Academy, Centennial, Franklin, Independence and Page High Schools. Click Read More to see who was chosen for this week's Athletes of the Week.
The City of Franklin celebrated its 10th consecutive year as a designated Tree City USA community on Saturday at its annual Arbor Day observance in Pinkerton Park.
Some tickets remain for this Thursday's 26th annual Steak & Burger benefit dinner for the Fairview and Franklin-Williamson County Boys and Girls Club, which will feature motivational speaker "Papa" Joe Bradford, two youth of the year, and presentation of the Ed Moody Award.