- 350 cast votes on first day of primary early voting 350 cast votes on first day of primary early voting
- Rodney Crowell, Lamar Alexander pull out surprises at chamber luncheon Rodney Crowell, Lamar Alexander pull out surprises at chamber luncheon
- Large crowd takes part in Battle of Triune re-enactment Large crowd takes part in Battle of Triune re-enactment
- Hammers and Heels fundraiser to raise money for Women Build Hammers and Heels fundraiser to raise money for Women Build
Laura Hollingsworth, president of TN Media and publisher of the Tennessean, will be the featured speaker at the Williamson Inc. Women in Business luncheon Tuesday, April 22.
Early voting for the May 6 County Republican Primary opens today. For a few brief minutes Tuesday, it seemed like anyone with an Internet connection was going to be able to access the names of those who voted early and what district they live in.
Candidate curiosity brought constituents to Franklin City Hall Monday night for a voter’s forum hosted by The Clapham Group.
A resolution in support of a change to district boundary lines in split neighborhoods was rescinded by members of the Franklin Special School District Board of Education Monday.
Franklin police arrested a man accused of exposing himself to a female shopper in the parking lot of Kroger on Mallory Lane.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation will host the 2014 summer art camps at the Longview Recreation Center.
When Daniel and Stephanie Allen bought their farm four years ago, they had one ambitious goal: to put locally grown food on the dinner tables of middle Tennessee families.
The top 40 volunteers selected by each of the district’s eight schools were honored at the Franklin Special School District board meeting Monday.
Franklin Home Page's Student of the Week highlights accomplishments by the city’s outstanding high school students.
Each week, one student from each high school is chosen by their principal to be featured for achievements including citizenship, volunteerism, leadership, academics, and much more.
Click to read the Franklin Home Page Student of the Week for April 16.
From fielding routine ground balls to closing out innings, there hasn't been much going Centennial's way lately. The Cougars dropped a 7-1 District 11-AAA contest to Brentwood Wednesday.