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As COVID-19 numbers continue to rise in Tennessee, the state is beginning to see a major increase of positive cases within the elderly population, including those in Williamson County.
It is with great sadness that it is announced the peaceful passing of Robert Lawrence Yates on Friday, March 27, 2020 at his home in Chapel Hill, Tennessee at the age of 84.
In compliance with Gov. Bill Lee's request, Battle Ground Academy announced Friday that it will extend its school campus closures through April 24 while continuing its classes online via an eLearning platform.
Franklin City Administrator Eric Stuckey announced Thursday the Franklin Parks Department is continually working to stop the spread of COVID-19 and protect the Franklin community by closing some park features.
Cool Café and Miss Daisy’s Kitchen, restaurant neighbors and friends, are combining efforts to ride out the COVID-19 storm together to continue providing top quality food to their beloved community.
Army Staff Sgt. Andrew Lee spent 10 years on active duty. He was deployed to the Middle East three times with special forces attached to the Green Berets and is now active as a trainer in the National Guard in Smyrna.
If the empty lot on the corner of Columbia Avenue and West Fowlkes Street could talk, it would have a lot to say. It would talk about the cotton it grew in the 1800s on the plantation of Fountain Branch Carter and the wounded and dead bodies strewn on it after the Battle of Franklin on Nov. …
School of Rock, a national leader in performance-based music education, has launched virtual, one-on-one music lessons for its 400 students in Nashville and Franklin through its School of Rock Remote program.
Following the city of Franklin's emergency declaration and prohibiting of in-restaurant dining and closing of bars, the city brought some assistance to restaurants today through a directive issued by City Administrator Eric Stuckey.
As grocery stores face a shortage of meat, eggs, bread, jarred and canned goods, produce and more, some Williamson County farmers markets are hoping to produce a steadier flow of food for shoppers while continuing to support local food vendors.