- Peytonsville Road Bridge is open for business Peytonsville Road Bridge is open for business
- Historically accurate facelift for downtown square complete Historically accurate facelift for downtown square complete
- 'Merry Olde Christmas' event touts downtown shopping 'Merry Olde Christmas' event touts downtown shopping
- Holiday Shopping guide now online 24/7 at FHP Holiday Shopping guide now online 24/7 at FHP
Nathan Farris Duke, known by thousands of Williamson County residents for his many years as a courtesy clerk at the Independence Square Kroger in Franklin, died Wed., Nov. 26, 2014. He was 92.
Another step in the efforts of Battle of Franklin preservationists to reclaim more property in the Carter Hill Park area of Columbia Avenue was taken early Wednesday when construction crews began to raze a strip shopping center there.
Williamson County Schools superintendent Mike Looney has suggested the system ask the county commission for a five percent across-the-board pay hike for all district employees.
Franklin's Board of Mayor and Alderman has deferred action on whether to allow homeowners to rent guest houses or rooms on their property for short-term leases to vacationers and tourists.
Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires - frying poses greatest risk.
The Franklin Police Department has indicted a suspect for a series of apartment burglaries in February after DNA evidence linked him to the scene of the crime, according to a report from the FPD.
The Franklin Transit Authority has announced that Franklin Transit's fixed routes and TODD service will not run on Nov. 27, Thanksgiving Day.
Williamson County Schools has recently compiled a report breaking down student programming, improvement areas, and district achievement over the past and current school years.
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.
Franklin High School hosted Page High School Tuesday in the final game of the FHS Thanksgiving Classic after the Rebels knocked off Columbia and the Patriots were defeated by Cheatham County the night before.
BGA sophomore girls basketball player Allison Cowie scored her 1000th career point against Spring Hill Tuesday.