Franklin-based executive coaching firm Petra Coach has transformed its new space at 4107 Mallory Lane into a state-of-the-art coaching facility, featuring 2,100 square feet of office space and 1,500 square feet of patio space.
The sounds of drums and horns filled the air Saturday morning as the award-winning Franklin Band marched through Fieldstone Farms, giving a parade for the people of Franklin who have enthusiastically supported them.
MURFREESBORO – The Battle Ground Academy girls needed a flawless performance Friday to defeat region soccer rival Christ Presbyterian Academy.
Nick Semptimphelter etched his name in the Battle Ground Academy record books and the Wildcats football team advanced out of the TSSAA Division II-AA first round of the playoffs Friday in Franklin.
After squeaking into the playoffs with wins in four of its last five regular-season games, Franklin’s good fortunes ended Friday at Cane Ridge.
The TSSAA Girls State Soccer Championships will endure another shift Saturday with four of the five championship matches to be played at Williamson County’s Page High School.
Duluth Trading Co., the rapidly growing lifestyle brand for the modern, self-reliant American, is opening two new Tennessee locations, the first for the company in the Volunteer State.
A handful of Williamson County football players were named Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Award semifinalists, as announced by the TSSAA Wednesday.
Christ Presbyterian Academy has absorbed the best the state can throw at them for two years and the Lady Lions soccer team is back in the final four of the Division II-A state tournament on the brink of repeating as champions.
The city of Franklin will light up the downtown square Friday, Dec. 6, at the 2019 Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, and special guests are slated to join.
Ten Williamson County area football teams begin postseason play Friday night in the first round of the playoffs. Summit’s trip to Gallatin in Class 5A and Stewarts Creek’s visit to Ravenwood in Class 6A are among the premier opening round matchups.
Page junior Leigh Walters and Ravenwood senior Brian Garcia were recognized as the Gateway Tire Female and Male Athletes of the of Week for the week of Oct. 28-Nov. 3.
Entering the first round of the high school football playoffs means one final Associated Press Top 10 statewide poll across the classifications. The poll was released early this week.
Freshman Alyssa Andrea made a splash on the state stage in her first appearance at the TSSAA State Cross Country Championships over the weekend at Percy Warner Park’s Steeplechase Course in Nashville.
Guy Lispcomb scored three touchdowns and led the Franklin football team past Dickson County 39-0 to end the regular season Friday at Howard Gamble Stadium.
A Jack Sauder fourth-quarter field goal provided the difference and the Battle Ground Academy football team earned a 17-14 win at Lipscomb Academy in the regular season Division II-A Middle Region finale Friday in Nashville.
Senior quarterback Cade Walker threw touchdowns to three different receivers and ran in another score to lead the Page football team to a 35-21 win over visiting Franklin County Friday.
To fight hunger this holiday season, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Brentwood-Franklin and Kroger will hold a community food drive, Fill-A-Truck for Thanksgiving, Nov. 20, 21 and 22.
The Poplar Grove Middle School tennis team waited patiently Tuesday afternoon as city officials celebrated the grand opening celebration of new tennis courts at Jim Warren Park. And as soon as the ribbon was cut, team members were the first ones on the new courts for tennis practice.