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The concert is free, and proceeds from the silent auction held in conjunction goes toward orchestral programming.
Buddha, the famous fat cat that became a media sensation when his story went viral across the globe from Australia to Vietnam to England, died late Thursday.
Amy Latham is thinking positive, holiday thoughts today - on Santa's sleigh there is no room for negativity - the happiness of children is at stake.
Growing up as an athletic Franklin boy, Brian Perkinson had his sprains, strains and even a few broken bones patched by Dr. Craig Ferrell and the staff at Franklin Bone and Joint Clinic.
This may be the busiest weekend of the holiday season with the Nashville Christmas Parade , several festivals, an international bazaar and several good sales, and at least two opportunities to take a walk through a Bethlehem marketplace like it would have been in Jesus' day.
Sting, the longtime canine member of the Franklin police's K-9 squad passed away this week, according to Sgt.
"It's A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play" will be presented by the Bethlehem Players, Dec. 5-8, at Bethlehem United Methodist Church in the Grassland area of Franklin and includes cast members, from left, Bailey kids, Jessica Undis and Natalie Watson, of Franklin, with radio veteran Pat Reilly, Maggie Pit and Joe Shephard as Uncle Billy, Mary and ... (more)
Jack Johnson, 17, loved following the weather, football and had a photographic memory, says his dad Ben Johnson.
It was during the midst of a tumultuous tour in Vietnam that Ron Shuff decided he would pursue a career in music once he landed back on American soil.
Winter weather forecast to hit Middle Tennessee on Friday has prompted at least two schools to move basketball games up to Thursday.
The annual Franklin Christmas Parade, organized by the Kiwanis Club, will be Dec. 6 at 2 p.m. in downtown Franklin.
In a twist, it's money from new development that's helped pay off a loan to buy a piece of Franklin's Civil War battlefield.
Now you can participate in a book group wherever you have access to your Twitter account.