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More than 100 Ulta Beauty fans lined up at the new Spring Hill Crossings location Friday morning awaiting their chance to win door prizes and check out the store's salon, cosmetics and skincare products.
Work continues on Columbia Avenue to install a turn lane into General's Retreat Place.
Residents on Lewisburg Avenue dodged a change of address when the Franklin Municipal Planning Commission agreed to pick an easier option Thursday to solve an issue with a double dwelling lot.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office has joined other local departments along with the Tennessee Governor's Highway Safety Office to step up DUI enforcement from now through Sept. 7
Franklin police are investigating an armed robbery that happened at a condominium community during the overnight hours Monday.
If his insurance will allow it, Greg Smalley will be having surgery to help him breathe on his own after he was paralyzed while body surfing on a Cancun vacation in July.
The folks behind the high school sports app 'Scorebird' have partnered with WCS to create a customized version of the app specifically tailored to communities in Williamson County.
Williamson County Schools officials are encouraging parents in the county to share any questions they have with an InFocus feature named "Rumor Mill."
It was a historic night for Grace Christian Academy athletics Friday, as the Lions (1-0) won their first football game since being inducted into the TSSAA over the summer.
The BGA, Centennial, Franklin, Independence, Page and Summit girls soccer teams were in action Thursday, while the CHS volleyball team took on Indy and FHS faced Dickson County.
The Daughters of the King partnered with the Franklin Police Department to host a neighborhood cookout and back-to-school extravaganza Saturday. It was the second year for the event but the first time Daughters invited the police.
Rippavilla Plantation is sponsoring a Step-by-Step Paint-Along painting class of "Jar of Sunflowers" from 6 to 9 p.m. Aug. 27 at the Excel Studio located at the back of the property at 5700 Main St. in Spring Hill.
Knowing what a highly intelligent, brainiac-type person I am, this may surprise ya'll, but for a time when I was growing up, my parents were total idiots. It was a miracle that they could even get themselves out of bed and put on clothes every morning, they were so stupid.