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Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA) announced recipients of its 2021 awards during its virtual Music City Veterinary Conference on Feb. 20, and a Franklin veterinarian was honored.
NASHVILLE – Griffin Burke wanted the ball in his hands and the Brentwood High School senior didn’t disappoint when he got it.
The nearly 80 high school wrestlers who competed this week at the TSSAA State Wrestling Championships in Chattanooga are featured in our special coverage included below.
On a night when Brentwood High School’s Amelia Osgood was recognized for being an McDonald’s All-American basketball player, the senior showed why the honor is so fitting.
CHATTANOOGA – Junior Jackson Masters couldn’t help but extend his arms in celebration after the final whistle Thursday. The Summit High School 120-pounder clinched third place – and avenged a pair of losses in the process – at the Class AAA State Wrestling Championships at the Chattanooga Co…
The Brentwood Police Department has asked residents to use their home burglar alarms and secure valuables in their homes after a series of burglaries in the city since the beginning of the year.
A Franklin nonprofit that supports persons with disabilities opened up its parking lot Thursday to administer COVID-19 vaccines to people it serves and their caretakers, as well as anyone else in Williamson County with a disability.
A proposed plan for a subdivision at Brownland Farms in Franklin continues to be met with questions due to worries about flooding and floodplain manipulation.
CHATTANOOGA – Jack Revere was still catching his breath, lingering in the glory of state championship wrestling. The Battle Ground Academy multisport senior didn’t win a coveted state title, but he did wrestle for one.
Battle Ground Academy wrestling coach Robert Jemison is juggling his track and field coaching duties as well as still working on the mats.
A Franklin pastor has voiced concerns over proposed permitless carry legislation in Tennessee, calling on Gov. Bill Lee and the Tennessee General Assembly to oppose the bill.
Thought for the week: All of your talents and opportunities come from God. Give him the thanks and give him the glory. Remember the appropriate moment to praise God is always this one.
The grocery shopping dreams of some Franklin residents are about to come true: After years of speculation, Trader Joe’s will soon be opening its first Williamson County location, in Cool Springs.
BRENTWOOD – Brentwood resident Steve Greene will be one of 13 Fight Colorectal Cancer (Fight CRC) virtual participants who will be honored by PGA TOUR Champions as part of the annual Cologuard Classic golf event sponsored by Exact Sciences from Feb. 26-28 in Tucson, Arizona.
Brooklyn Tippett, of Brentwood, will compete for the title of MISS TENNESSEE USA 2021 on March 12-13 at the Horseshoe Hotel and Casino in Tunica, Mississippi.
For three consecutive years Fairview High School senior Riley Bennett has wrestled for a state championship. After three runner-up finishes, he’s more determined than ever to end his career as a state champion.
FRANKLIN – Lili Wilken scored 23 points, pulled down seven rebounds and handed out three assists and Braley Bushman added 13 points, six steals and five assists as the second-seeded Page High School girls basketball team overwhelmed a young Dickson County squad 72-43 in the opening round of …