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Michael David Verble was arrested in Hot Springs, Arkansas and is now awaiting extradition back to Williamson County following grand jury indictment charges in Williamson County from June 11.
A group of parishioners from St. Philip Catholic Church gathered on the lawn beside the Franklin Police Department on Saturday to pray for the safety of all local law enforcement officers who, they say, serve and protect and are willing to run toward danger and are now under siege.
Franklin’s annual police memorial service, a time to remember law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty, was conducted this past weekend at Brentwood Baptist Church.
After a third Williamson County school was affected this week due to COVID-19, fifth-ranked Brentwood High School was left without an opponent on the football field for the second week in a row.
FrankTown Open Hearts, like so many other organizations, has undergone many changes this year, but despite its challenges, it spread a message of togetherness and hope during its annual fundraising event on Tuesday.
As Thai Esane’s Music Row location celebrates its first anniversary, owner and chef Nina Singto has announced plans to expand to Williamson County.
Franklin High School’s Brenna Swiger and Page’s Jake McNamara were chosen as the latest Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for the week ending Sept. 27.
FRANKLIN – After an unbeaten regular season in Division II-A Middle Region District 3 play, the Battle Ground Academy volleyball team will play for the district tournament crown for a fifth consecutive year.
The Heritage Foundation, along with the Downtown Franklin Association, Visit Franklin and the city of Franklin, invite the public to mask up and wear orange for the Paint the Town Orange kick-off event, including the unveiling of the Heritage Foundation’s signature Pumpkin Tree, on Thursday,…
The Refuge Center for Counseling is one step closer to creating its new facility, complete with outdoor features such as an open-air chapel, walking trails and a terrace on the organization’s newly paid off property.
A crucial Region 6-6A high school football game is among the athletic contests forced to be rescheduled after Independence High School has closed due to COVID-19 protocols.
The Nolensville Historical Society is hosting a week-long online auction to raise funds for Nolensville’s Historic Morton-Brittain House.
National Research Center (NRC) at Polco and the International City & County Management Association (ICMA) have announced the city of Franklin is the winner of two Voice of the People (VOP) Awards for excellence in education and enrichment and excellence in community engagement.
Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival producers announced Saturday the event is set to return on Sept. 25-26, 2021 following a one-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hours after the Louisville, Kentucky grand jury’s announcement regarding indictments in the death of Breonna Taylor led to protests that turned into riots, a group rallied Friday on Franklin’s Public Square to recognize local law enforcement and show their support for the U.S. Constitution.
NASHVILLE – It took five sets for just the second time this season, but the Battle Ground Academy volleyball closed the regular season unbeaten in Division II-A District 3 Middle Region play with a win Friday at Christ Presbyterian Academy.
FRANKLIN – Ashton Kelley and Blake Barton both scored three touchdowns and the Grace Christian Academy football team racked up nearly 500 yards of offense in a 45-12 win at home against The Webb School.
Franklin is “not out of the woods” yet when it comes to COVID-19, according to Franklin Mayor Ken Moore, but city projects are moving along in spite of the pandemic.