It would be hard to find an event as closely related to the preservation of Franklin’s past, as well as that preservation’s progress, than the annual Heritage Ball each September at the Carnton Plantation.
Graduates from both Brentwood High School and Franklin High School plan to celebrate their 30th anniversary at a special Aug. 23 reunion for both schools.
Ernie Bacon, a retired healthcare executive, former two-term Alderman, and previous president of the Heritage Foundation, has won Franklin Tomorrow’s 2014 top award for community service and volunteer work.
Williamson Inc. and Williamson County Schools officials appealed to community business professionals Friday to join ranks in bringing the county’s business world and education world closer together.
Competition at the Williamson County Fair can be some of the most entertaining aspects of the annual event and prospects for the 2014 edition that opens Friday appear to be no different.
Noble Springs Dairy, 237 open acres of rolling hills, valleys, and natural springs is a mere 10-minute drive and a lifetime away from downtown Franklin.