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The Franklin Municipal Planning Commission voted to defer approving platted setbacks for a planned assisted living facility on 1111 Murfreesboro Road until the Board of Mayor and Alderman approves the third reading of the development plan in March of 2015.
On Monday, the State Collaborative on Reforming Education will honor public schools and school districts at the fourth annual SCORE Prize event.
The Williamson County Juvenile Court will host a free, public seminar Monday, Oct. 27 at Heritage Middle School on "sexting, texting and all things cyber."
As Williamson Countians head into the last Saturday that polls will be open for voting early in the Nov. 4 state and local general elections, a total of 11,304 ballots already had been cast when the doors closed Thursday night.
The Franklin Police Department is seeking to identify a man who used stolen credit card data to purchase more than $1,500 in reloadable Visa credit cards from the Walmart location on Mallory Lane on Oct. 17.
The Franklin Police Department is investigating three separate cases of overnight burglaries that occurred in two Lewisburg Pike subdivisions. FPD reports that in each of the three cases, the suspect entered three homes while the residents were inside.
Loy and Cathy Hardcastle opened up their historic downtown Franklin home to the volunteer staff of this year's Wine Down Main Street festival benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee.
The Franklin Transit Authority is offering one way shuttle rides for a buck to bring attendees of Pumpkinfest to the site of the festival in downtown Franklin on Saturday, Oct. 25.
Clark Oral and Facial Surgery'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 Clark Oral and Facial Surgery's Student of the Week.
In an effort to battle a bus driver shortage, Williamson County Schools has adopted an hourly pay increase and other incentives to retain and recruit drivers, effective immediately.
The Page Lady Patriots were eliminated from the Class AA state tournament with a loss against Dyersburg on Thursday.