- Library starts seed bank for patrons Library starts seed bank for patrons
- Franklin masons need public to save their lodge Franklin masons need public to save their lodge
- Local veterinarian's license revoked for malpractice Local veterinarian's license revoked for malpractice
Brentwood High School junior Daniel Brawner and his father, Eddie, first got into Boy Scouts of America after taking home a flyer from his first-grade class.
The $700,000,000 Ovation complex in Cool Springs is to be sent back to the Board of Mayor and Alderman to approve minor plans to the site's property lines, after the Franklin Municipal Planning Commission approved the changes at Thursday night's meeting City Hall.
Along with Harpeth Square, the Board of Mayor and Alderman and the Historic Planning Commission learned of two more developments seeking approval in different parts of Franklin at Thursday evening's meeting in City Hall, as well as a temporary fix to issues with zoning ordinances from city staff.
Last week, the family of missing Brentwood hiker Gerry Largay announced the reward for information leading to her whereabouts will increase from $15,000 to $25,000.
An online ad for sex caught the eye of several men who showed up at a Franklin hotel to accept the offer, but it also was seen by police and has resulted in the convictions of two prostitutes.
Franklin-based realtor Towne Creek Realty is assisting Trevecca Nazarene University with identifying development partners for Walden Woods, a new residential area, according to a news release.
Earlier this week, Nashville Business Journal named Nissan North America as the top manufacturing company in the Nashville area. The publication states that it looked at a large number of qualifiers in compiling the list: "Information was obtained from firm representatives, company websites, previously provided information and from third-party sources."
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.
Here is a compilation of recent schools activities throughout Williamson County.
The Franklin High School baseball team will be sponsoring its first annual golf tournament Oct. 26 at Forrest Crossing Golf Course in Franklin.
Each week, four to six athletes will be honored by Burger Up and Franklin Home Page as Athletes of the Week. A male and female athlete will be chosen from each school. Alternating schools are featured each week including Battle Ground Academy, Centennial, Franklin, Independence and Page High Schools. Click Read More to see who was chosen for this week's Athletes of the Week.