- Ravenwood rallies to beat Whitehaven for championship berth Ravenwood rallies to beat Whitehaven for championship berth
- CPA blanks Liberty Tech for return to state CPA blanks Liberty Tech for return to state
- Black Friday crowds thinning with store openings Thursday night Black Friday crowds thinning with store openings Thursday night
Andrew Slingsby, 16, of Florida, was found after a Franklin man recognized him in Atlanta.
Landmark Community Bank grew assets under management by 15 percent and deposits by more than 17 percent in the first nine months of the year, with net income from operations also up over 14 percent as compared to the same period of 2014.
Shop Small Saturday is the anti-Black Friday,dedicated to your friends and neighbors who own their own businesses and put proceeds right back into the local economy.
Williamson County Animal Control and Adoption Center (WCAC) has a house full of cute, adoptable black kittens, cats, dogs and puppies that need homes.
Scammers claiming to represent Nashville Electric Service (NES) who are threatening customers with service disconnection unless they receive payment.
The Franklin Police Department will deploy a security plan designed to safeguard shoppers while deterring, detecting and apprehending lawbreakers.
The Westhaven Foundation this coming week will donate $120,000 to benefit Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt.
A local effort to provide an inclusive holiday dinner for the area's LGBT population was realized on Thursday and organizers declared that a seed had been planted.
The first round of TNReady tests were successfully completed last week according to the Tennessee Department of Education.
Battle Ground Academy's Department of Equity and Inclusion invites members of the public to experience "Incognito: The Play by Michael Fosberg."
See how area boys and girls basketball teams performed on Tuesday, Nov. 24.
Eight local football players have been chosen to compete in the ninth annual Toyota East vs. West Tennessee All-Star Classic on Dec. 11 at Tennessee Tech's Tucker Stadium.
Members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and the ons of Union Veterans of the Civil War will represent their ancestors in a march to Carter House.
As the season of gift giving arrives, parents and students may be looking for ways to show appreciation to their teachers this holiday season.