- Turnovers plague BGA in first loss of season Turnovers plague BGA in first loss of season
- Franklin steamrolls Antioch Franklin steamrolls Antioch
- Independence rolls Stewarts Creek, keeps undefeated season alive Independence rolls Stewarts Creek, keeps undefeated season alive
- Page tramples Tullahoma Page tramples Tullahoma
Franklin Police are seeking the identity of a man wanted for passing nearly $1,000 in counterfeit cash.
Williamson County CASA is raffling its third Twice Daily playhouse to raise money for their advocacy for abused children in the court system.
Eight students from Fairview High School are spending today touring local manufacturing plants as Williamson Inc. says there is a gap in the workforce to fill skilled manufacturing jobs.
After releasing a video in mid September, the Franklin Police Department used a tip from Crime Stoppers to find a suspect who allegedly took a photograph up a woman's skirt in a Cool Springs Kroger.
Under the lights before the game, a dozen or more students from Centennial High School battled the soggy Friday night to participate in their homecoming court.
Williamson County is refusing to comply with an out-of-state group's open records request for social studies materials on the subject of Islam.
At the fall regional district meeting in Clarksville, the Tennessee School Boards Association (TSBA) presented Franklin Special School District parent Misty Woodford with the Mid-Cumberland Region School Volunteer of the Year Award.
Independence and Page's girls soccer teams had home contests Thursday, while the Indy and Summit volleyball teams had district matchups.
The Independence Lady Eagles captured their first District 11-AAA regular-season girls soccer title in program history with a 2-1 win at Franklin Tuesday.
Instead of spending Sunday services from the pew, Franklin resident Teresa Burns has a different perspective - rather than looking toward the preacher, she looks out at the congregation as an ordained minister at a small church in College Grove.
Soggy weather and a lack of sunshine did not deter hundreds of participants from running in the Grey Ghost 5K.
Most days, I have a moment. A moment when I look around and see that I have a job that I have kept for over 10 years, a marriage that has lasted as long, a house that Hubby and I purchased with money from said job, all the things that make a house functional and comfortable and I have made three little people. Ya'll, it freaks. me. out.