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Talent acquisition and development firm Ryan Search and Consulting appointed a new operations manager to further support the company's growth in Franklin.
The issue of potential high-volume traffic appeared as the top priority with Carlisle Lane residents who may see a new development with 20 houses off of their street.
Williamson County Court Appointed Service Advocate dog Rocklin lounged on the floor of the Franklin Transit Authority bus, using the 9 o'clock hour Wednesday morning to practice riding the transit system.
Building any new gas stations on corners has been outlawed by ordinance in Franklin since 2008, but city aldermen and planning commissioners are working to reverse that.
The following is the weekly traffic update from the Tennessee Department of Transportation for the period of July 30 to Aug. 5.
A Franklin man has been sentenced to four years in prison on a Class E felony of aggravated animal cruelty for apparently starving a dog to death.
A 19-year old Brentwood native and Montgomery Bell Academy graduate will be featured in a Nashville art gallery for the month of August, which debuts on this coming first Saturday art crawl.
Red, green and yellow tomatoes were everywhere Thursday night at the Fleming Center at Carnton Plantation for the Second Annual Heirloom Tomato Tasting Extravaganza.
Brentwood High School broadcasting teacher Ronnie Adcock was recently named the 2015 Tennessee Governor's School for the Arts Teacher of the Year.
Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School District showed improvement on last year's state standardized assessments and again outperformed state averages.
Three Williamson County softball players participated in the A-level fastpitch softball national championships July 20-25 in Orlando, Florida.
After an undefeated state tournament run, the South Nashville Little League 12-and-under All-Stars are gearing up for their third consecutive berth in the Southeast Region tournament.
The Brentwood Photography Group, over 200 members strong, held a group outing July 24 and closed a friendly competition while welcoming the community to a free photography class series slated for Aug. 13.
"Mama, don't worry, I forgive you," Lu said as we got into the van to go to church Sunday morning.