- Franklin reaches 1st boys soccer final in 26 years Franklin reaches 1st boys soccer final in 26 years
- County's Memorial Day event expected to draw large crowd County's Memorial Day event expected to draw large crowd
- Cougars come up short at state Cougars come up short at state
- Power panel talks county growth, transit woes and schools Power panel talks county growth, transit woes and schools
“It’s not complicated…planning is elementary” were the words behind Franklin city mayor Ken Moore’s speech Wednesday morning at the annual state of the city address. And to bring home that point, he used a series of videos similar to popular ones by AT&T starring local children to introduce his key topics.
All Williamson County post offices and banks will be closed Monday in observance of Memorial Day. City offices in Brentwood and Franklin will also be closed. The Brentwood Library will be closed Sunday and Monday, and the main Williamson County Library and College Grove Community Library will be closed Monday.
Dirt is finally moving on the actual residential component of Tapestry, the city’s first high-density, mixed-use project that has been at a virtual standstill in recent months at 300 Centerview Drive. Two parking garages, completed last year, have stood at the dormant site for months.
Franklin Police hope to identify a woman wanted for allegedly stealing credit cards from a local nursing home and then using one of them at a nearby jewelry store.
Detectives in Franklin are asking for help in identifying three men wanted for taking advantage of an elderly woman, stealing her money and jewelry.
Video footage and pictures of the devastation left behind by a mile-wide tornado that hit Oklahoma on Monday has left many brokenhearted and asking how they can help.
Franklin Home Page’s Be Healthy Challenge just wrapped a second and highly successful year. The numbers don’t lie – 30 challengers lost a total of almost 400 pounds over three months, under the guidance of BHC medical director Dr. Ashley Woods.
Williamson County high schools will bid farewell to the Class of 2013 this weekend. Each high school will hold a graduation ceremony to mark this occasion.
Ford Lincoln Franklin's Student of the Week highlights accomplishments by the city’s outstanding high school students.
Each week, one student from each high school is chosen by their principal to be featured for achievements including citizenship, volunteerism, leadership, academics, and much more.Click to read the Franklin Home Page Student of the Week for May 22.
Maxx Lipman has been one of tennis buddy Sean Karl’s biggest supporters during his cancer treatment, and Sean repaid the favor as a fan Thursday at the state high school tennis tournament.