The city of Franklin will name its first local street after a Franklin veteran on Friday as part of the Veterans Street Naming project.
Myrabel Theobald turned 100 on Jan. 15 at the Fountains of Franklin assisted living facility in Franklin, and staff and residents celebrated Friday with some recognition from local leaders before a big family gathering on her birthday.
The Westhaven Foundation, a philanthropic nonprofit organization run by residents at Southern Land Company’s Westhaven community in Franklin, recently presented Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt a check for $30,000 raised at the 15th annual Concert 4 The Cure.
BRENTWOOD – The annual G.P. West Invitational returned to Brentwood High School Friday and Saturday with visiting Evansville Mater Dei of Indiana dominating a high-caliber couple days featuring six of the top 10 teams in the state of Tennessee.
FRANKLIN – In the last few games, Lyla Gardner has made a habit of hitting some big buckets. One of the biggest yet for the Franklin High School junior came with 91 seconds to play and lifted the Lady Admirals in front in a 42-39 District 11-4A overtime win at crosstown rival Centennial on Friday.
The Franklin High School boys basketball picked up a 69-61 District 11-4A win at Centennial in the second annual tribute game to the former all-Black Natchez High School in Franklin on Friday, Jan. 14, 2022.
Franklin Tomorrow will kick off the new year with its popular Breakfast with the Mayors, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners, on Tuesday, Jan. 25.
The Brentwood Fire & Rescue Department will offer free cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) classes at the John P. Holt Brentwood Library during the month of February.
The Franklin High School wrestling team posted a second consecutive District 13-AA win by topping Ravenwood Thursday night in Brentwood.
A 17-year-old was arrested on Jan. 13 in Franklin after driving into Centennial High School in what Williamson County Schools said was an “act of vandalism.”
Julie Davis has been promoted to building manager for Five Points Properties in downtown Franklin, announced Karen Cochran, owner of Five Points Properties.
The Ravenwood High School basketball teams earned a sweep of visiting Centennial on Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022 in Brentwood. The Lady Raptors captured a 78-48 win, while the Raptors boys posted a 50-45 victory.
Half Way Market & Diner, a haven for Williamson County residents from all walks of life, finally reopened Monday at a new location on Franklin’s West Main Street.
In 1997, Mary Beth and Steven Curtis Chapman thought their family was complete. They had two talented sons and a daughter, Emily, who were growing up fast.
Eight of the top 10 high school wrestling teams in the state will be competing locally along with dozens of other programs in Williamson County over the weekend with large tournaments being hosted at both Brentwood High School and Franklin High.
Thought for the week — Humans need to learn to love each other. If we learned to love each other, there’d be no wars, no killing, no raping, no fighting. We, human beings, have got to learn how to love one another.
FRANKLIN – Page High School junior Braley Bushman and Summit sophomore Landon Desselle were named the latest Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for the week ending Jan. 9.