From Grace Christian Academy’s amazing state soccer championship highlighted by the play of cancer survivor Carson Anderson to Jackson Clevenger’s repeat title at the state wrestling tournament for Fairview and even following Franklin great Garrison Mathews all the way to the NIT championshi…
Thought for the week: Angry outbursts can be dangerous to your emotional and spiritual health, not to mention your relationships. Treat anger as an uninvited guest, and usher it away as quickly and as quietly as possible.
George Engles Jones, age 77, of Triune, Tenn. passed away suddenly Saturday Dec. 21, 2019. George was born in Williamson County to the late Bernard Jones and Helen Engles Jones. He was a 1960 graduate of Franklin High School and attended MTSU. George was a retired Commodity Broker, member of…
Thought for the week: There is a direct relationship between generosity and joy. The more you share with others, the more joy you will experience for yourself.
The 2019 Williamson County Swim Championships were held at the Brentwood Indoor Complex on Friday, Dec. 13, 2019. Full results from the meet can be found by clicking here.
Thought for the week: You can’t lift other people up without lifting yourself up, too. The more encouragement you give, the more you will receive in return.
Thought for the week: Every sunrise represents yet another beautifully wrapped gift from God. Unwrap it, treasure it, use it and give thanks to the giver.
This year’s annual veterans breakfast, hosted by the Williamson County Republican Party, was the largest yet, with nearly 200 veterans and family members attending the event at the Embassy Suites in Cool Springs.
Franklin’s 19th annual Veterans Day parade was, unofficially, the city’s largest parade to date thanks in part to Monday’s warm temperatures and overcast skies, which held off a looming front that brought with it snowfall and frigid conditions.
Thought for the week: When tough times arrive and you’re tempted to give in or give up, don’t. Instead, work hard and pray harder. Better days may be just around the corner.
The absence of its head coach on the sideline hasn’t seemed to affect Ravenwood football in the slightest the last two weeks.
It’s been years since Jamesetta Cleveland figured out the best way to purchase cleats and pads for her son, Ronald. She still remembers being overwhelmed by all the equipment for him to play football.
Several hundred men, women and children braved the heat Monday morning and filled Veterans Park at Five Points to recognize, remember and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms.
The faces change every year, but the excitement of recognizing student athletes never gets old for John Maher, whose business, John Maher Builders, has sponsored a countywide scholar-athlete program for 13 years.