- Judge denies dismissal motion in commissioner's lawsuit against WCS Judge denies dismissal motion in commissioner's lawsuit against WCS
- April rabies clinics begin Saturday April rabies clinics begin Saturday
- Traffic signals on Mallory Station Road intersections to change on April 6 Traffic signals on Mallory Station Road intersections to change on April 6
Clasping her small hands on a white table, Franklin resident Peggy Smith begins to ease into a plastic folding chair after a morning of working in the kitchen in the Franklin First United Method Church fellowship hall.
Philanthropist-developer Rod Heller and two partners have bought the downtown Franklin auxiliary building of the First United Methodist Church, Heller confirmed to Franklin Home Page on Friday, March 27.
The issue of the potential architecture of a new building in the Gateway Village community stirred a lot of conversation among the Franklin Municipal Planning Commission Thursday night during its monthly meeting.
Dorothy Scobey, 57, of Franklin, is free on bond after her second arrest for driving under the influence Sunday evening.
The Battle of Franklin Trust is holding a fundraiser for the McGavock Confederate Cemetery from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 18 at the Fleming Center at Carnton Plantation.
The Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth held its 27th annual Children's Advocacy Days at War Memorial Auditorium in Nashville on Tuesday, March 10 and Wednesday, March 11.
Page High School senior Carley Fell is one of six musicians from the state who will play french horn at the state soloist performance recital at this year's Tennessee Music Educators Association conference in Memphis, TN., on Wednesday, April 8.
Cross-town rivals Centennial (10-4, 3-2) and Franklin (4-9, 2-5) battled to the very last pitch of Monday's District 11-AAA baseball matchup.
Independence's baseball team lost to Brentwood in extra innings Monday; Page's soccer team cruised past Martin Luther King; and GCA's soccer team earned its first win against a TSSAA opponent.
Next Generation of the Heritage Foundation of Franklin and Williamson County's Friday night fundraiser successfully benefited the Old, Old Jail project simply by pouring glasses of wine.
Home to a wealth of talent, Nashville has no shortage of success stories, but one particularly unusual tale of perseverance has remained untold until now -- that of Civil Rights and yes, basketball.