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The Williamson County School Board on Saturday discussed a $289,963,212 budget proposal for the 2015-2016 school year and additions to several line items.
The Franklin Municipal Planning Commission has approved the site plan for a proposed assisted-living facility in the Watson Glenn subdivision.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has filed a legal brief in a Franklin case that says a citizens' group may sue a local municipality in federal court for violations of the Clean Water Act.
The Franklin Police Department has released surveillance video of two women they say walked out of a Kroger with $260 in stolen groceries.
Seven people were arrested and five believed victims of a human trafficking ring were rescued Wednesday after Franklin police raided two businesses and two apartments.
The Davis House Child Advocacy Center hosted the Feb. 28 Legacy Ball 2015, "A Night at the Oscars," a wine reception and silent auction at Embassy Suites in Cool Springs.
Battle Ground Academy will host the presentation, "Wild Things: The Art of Nurturing Boys" at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 4.
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.
WAKM will broadcast tonight's Class AAA girls sectional basketball game between Brentwood High and Mt. Juliet.
"Whiplash," first-time director Damien Chazelle's fiery look into the painstaking perils of performance art, fared well at Sunday's 87th Academy Awards.