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It was a packed house in Franklin at the Williamson County Commission meeting Monday night.
Governor Bill and Chrissy Haslam made a quick stop in Franklin to make the guest speaker, Chad Pegracke an honorary Tennessean, during the kick of the local month-long Great American Cleanup.
Shopping at Macy's this month will boost your spring wardrobe and help one of my favorite local parks.
The open house will be 3-6 p.m. March 15 and include food and inflatables. Worship in the new building will start at 10:30 a.m. March 16. For more information about the church, go to www.insidepbf.com.
The Eli Young Band 's just-released 10,000 Towns is their first project since Life at Best arrived in 2011, and the guys admit they took extra time to make this their best piece of work yet.
This home was relocated early this morning from Cleburne Street to Eastview Drive in Franklin to be renovated and used as affordable housing.
FCD is a nonprofit organization that provides alcohol, tobacco and other drug education worldwide.
The piece, which follows an introvert who tries to avoid interactions by pretending not to understand English, features Johnny Peppers, Kandace Peppers, Mark McNulty, Brett Myers, Eleanor Aiken, Flynt Foster and Dietz Osborne.
Williamson County students are gearing up for the first-ever WCS Fine Arts Festival March 28-29.
Longtime Williamson County bankers Joseph H. "Jody" Bowman and Jere Pewitt retired from Franklin Synergy Bank on Wednesday.
With growth on the minds of county leaders, decisions makers, business owners and residents, Williamson, Inc. decided to embark upon the mission of answering the question where is Williamson County headed? Outlook Williamson, the first county-focused forum, sponsored by Williamson Inc., or the Chamber and Economic Development, will be March 25 from ... (more)
For Deann Hebert, painting is more than a day job. The artist sees the process as both an emotional and a necessary one, using her work to express her aesthetic aims, as well as to raise awareness for local preservation.
The sixth suspect in a home invasion at Ladd Park subdivision in Franklin was arrested yesterday and is being held in Williamson County jail on a $250,000 bond for charges, including criminal conspiracy.
Residents are being asked to weigh in on Franklin Farmers Market's future location, as popularity for shopping outdoors for fresh produce and other agri-business merchandise is drawing a crowd beyond what the Factory may be able to sustain.