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The signs of growth are hard to miss. New housing developments are under construction in Franklin and across Middle Tennessee.
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Summer is an exciting time for children to enjoy playtime with friends, a family vacation or time at the pool.
Nancy Osman was recently honored as Woman of the Year by Brentwood Woman's Club at its annual awards luncheon at the Brentwood Country Club.
Columbia State Community College recently held its 47th annual honors convocation ceremony.
FRANKLIN - The cost of adding a driveway into Franklin's Eastern Flank Battle Park keeps growing.
Come to the Cabaret...The Absinthe Cabaret, that is. Saturday night was the inaugural event of the newly formed Absinthe Cabaret in Franklin, TN.
This year's Harpeth River Ride will add music to its mix of bicyclists who will speed along local country roads June 1. The music festival is just one of three new additions to the charity bike event, which is expected to bring more than 2,000 cyclists to Williamson County for one of the area's largest bicycling events.
There will be a food drive to benefit the Chattanooga Area Food Bank this Saturday, from 10 a.m. until noon, at the Mid-South Carpenters Regional Council building, located at 6260 Dayton Boulevard in Hixson.
Franklin Mayor Ken Moore; Tower Investments, LLC Senior Vice President Alex Marks; Tennessee Contractors Vice President Tyler Ring; and Ryan Homes Regional Vice President Kent Eshleman.
When then-newlyweds Danny and Teresa Anderson moved to Williamson County years ago, the population was about 10,000. Cool Springs was nothing but farmland, and the annual Heritage Ball was just making its debut.
The 64th annual Franklin Rodeo starts tonight, but for Bill Fitzgerald and the rodeo committee this rodeo started last year.
There's a name for person who, when riding a perfectly good horse, would prefer to hang off the side, drag a hand in the dirt or hang off the back: A trick rider.
Horses, broncos, and a rodeo clown, the Franklin Rodeo is coming to town! Produced by the Franklin Noon Rotary Club since 1950, the event now attracts a crowd of 15,000 to be entertained by horses, roping, bull riding and other events to take place on the dirt floor of the Williamson County Ag Expo Park.
The 9th Annual Harrison Ruritan Club Car, Truck and Motorcycle Show will be Sunday, May 26, from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at Tennessee Riverpark off Amnicola Highway.
In 2010, Franklin spent about $2.43 million to add new sidewalks, pavers and decorative streetlights to a portion of Columbia Avenue between the Five Points area just past the city's police headquarters.