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Franklin leaders are still undecided on what they want to see for a piece of city property that overlooks Bicentennial Park and Hillsboro Road.
Tuesday, July 5, is the last day to register to vote in order to participate in the upcoming Aug. 4, 2016, Republican and Democratic State Primary and Williamson County General Election.
New response center on Beasley Drive will handle operations for county and Franklin.
The Williamson Business PAC announced Thursday its endorsement of one Franklin candidate for the Tennessee's 65th House District seat.
In the shadow of Publix, a Franklin liquor store owner expects to continue to stand tall despite the law changing Friday to allow for the sale of wine in grocery stores.
Crews have restarted their work on an assisted living facility on the corner of Moores Lane and Franklin Road after having to take a brief pause.
Next Generation 911 better supports mobile phone technology.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) is offering special patron appreciation days and pool activities at its four outdoor pools during July.
Jimmy Drew, whose company sets up the Williamson County Fair midway, was named to the industry's Hall of Fame and earned the group's Lifetime Achievement Award.
Tennessee students spend 11 to 12 hours, or one percent of the school year, taking the state-required TCAP assessments.
Franklin High School graduate Christina Bechtel competed in the finals of the women's 200-meter butterfly at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials Thursday, missing the U.S. Swim Team qualifications by just three spots.
Starting this fall, Williamson County Schools fans can buy their tickets online or through the sports conference app before they ever arrive to the stadium.
Full Service Insurance and Waves, Inc. hosted the 10th Annual An Artist's Window on Friday, June 17 at Rolling Hills Community Church in Franklin.
The Brentwood Library's Chamber of Knowledge is celebrating Harry Potter's birthday on July 31 with a party and series of Quidditch matches.