- Bacon wins top Franklin Tomorrow honors for volunteerism Bacon wins top Franklin Tomorrow honors for volunteerism
- Usually a judge, Sparks hopes to take Fair ‘cake’ Usually a judge, Sparks hopes to take Fair ‘cake’
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- Competitions kick off as county fair opens Friday Competitions kick off as county fair opens Friday
A cumulative total of 8,540 voters have made it to the polls since the two-week early voting period for the county general, state primary and local school board elections kicked off July 18.
Footage of a July 28 county school board candidates’ forum has been posted on BrentWord Communications’ four online Home Page news sites so viewers can hear five of the 10 hopefuls discuss local education issues.
High Hopes Development Center, an inclusive pre-school and pediatric therapy clinic, has added four new members to its board of directors as it observes its 30th year.
Williamson County Sheriff’s deputies today warned county residents about a telephone tax scam from someone who claims to represent the Internal Revenue Service.
Franklin Police arrested two suspected prostitutes from California at a Murfreesboro Road hotel Thursday night during a special operation.
Terry Comer, a Franklin dentist who has been operating out of the same practice on 310 Third Avenue North since 1985, is going to be hosting a concert tonight in Short Hills Park at 7 p.m.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) is pleased to announce that the Rhythm & Spirit children’s dance, tumbling and cheer program will offer in-person registration for new fall sessions at the Franklin Recreation Complex, 1120 Hillsboro Rd. and the Longview Recreation Center at Spring Hill, 2909 Commonwealth Dr.
Two runners from Centennial and one Ravenwood competed in the 2014 USA Track & Field National Junior Olympic Championships in Humble, Texas from July 21-27.