- Attention senior parents: Be part of the Class of 2015 Salute Attention senior parents: Be part of the Class of 2015 Salute
- Third robbery in two weeks occurs in Cool Springs Third robbery in two weeks occurs in Cool Springs
- Last-minute Main Street Festival efforts underway Last-minute Main Street Festival efforts underway
- Boys and Girls Club dinner encourages compassion and caring for kids Boys and Girls Club dinner encourages compassion and caring for kids
Williamson County Schools administration on Monday will address a demand from the American Civil Liberties Union of Tennessee regarding an investigation into a meeting of Hillsboro School faculty.
The Board of Mayor and Alderman and Municipal Planning Commission on Thursday night heard a proposal to research if the city could donate land to three nonprofit organizations for development of affordable housing.
Mayor Ken Moore and all four incumbent At-Large Aldermen have picked up their reelection petitions for the same offices in the Oct. 27 city election.
A yellow backhoe pulled around the side of the former Domino's building on Columbia Avenue and started falling apart as the machine operator continued to wail on the building.
A child struck at 201 Gillespie Drive only suffered minor injuries after he was struck by a vehicle.
Sky Zone Franklin, next to Planet Fitness, will host a job fair this weekend to find 90 employees to work in its new location.
April is a month that's big on the environment, with the weather turning nicer, landscape greening up and Earth Day approaching.
On Wednesday, April 29, Williamson County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney will hold an informational session for parents of students with gifted or special needs.
Franklin's baseball team hosted Dickson County for a doubleheader Friday, while Independence visited LaVergne. In soccer, Grace Christian Academy traveled to take on Franklin Classical School.
Franklin's baseball and softball teams both suffered defeats Thursday, while BGA's baseball team lost to LaVergne.
Lauri Kavulich from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, sat on the concrete curb on the corner of Fourth Avenue and Church, waiting for the Franklin Transit trolley to take her back to car after a day at Main Street Festival.
Under gray skies and misty evening, around 50 attendees arrived at the Carnton Mansion Friday night for the annual McGavock Dinner.