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Despite the cancellation of the Franklin Kiwanis Christmas Parade in December, the club didn’t cancel their support of the children in Williamson County.
Lilly Wilder knifed her way through the lane and lifted the Father Ryan girls basketball team to a 40-39 Division II-AA Middle Region win over Brentwood Academy on Tuesday night in Nashville.
The Sondra Morris & Robert N. Moore Jr. ’52 Center for Arts and Entrepreneurship at Battle Ground Academy is almost ready for its first students, though it may not look like it yet.
BRENTWOOD – Despite forfeiting a 10-point fourth-quarter lead, the Franklin High School boys basketball team hung on for a 46-44 win at longtime rival Brentwood Tuesday night.
BRENTWOOD – Tuesday had a lot on the line for the Brentwood High School wrestling team as the postseason quickly approaches. It also meant overcoming the loss of a loved one for one Bruin wrestler.
Fountains of Franklin has a new theme as they celebrate residents and staff receiving the COVID-19 vaccine: “Hope Lives Here for Your New Year.”
Franklin police are investigating after a hidden camera was discovered inside a girl’s bathroom at a Cool Springs sports training facility.
The Franklin High School girls bowling team and the Centennial boys bowlers are headed to the state tournament this week after wins in the Division I Sectional Round Saturday and Monday.
BRENTWOOD – The Fairview High School wrestling team continued to impress with another strong showing Saturday at the GP West Invitational at Brentwood High.
Despite overcoming a nine-point halftime deficit, the Battle Ground Academy boys basketball team fell short of Franklin Road Academy at home in Franklin on Friday.
FRANKLIN — Playing a key District 11-AAA game on Friday night, the Ravenwood High School boys basketball team got off to a great start — twice.
The Nashville Business Journal recently announced Stites & Harbison, PLLC attorney Rebecca McKelvey Castañeda has been named to the 2021 list of 40 Under 40.
The Mack Hatcher Memorial Parkway northwest extension is two months ahead of schedule, according to a recent update from the Tennessee Department of Transportation.
After opening its doors at the beginning of the school year, Legacy Middle School held a virtual ribbon-cutting ceremony last week to celebrate the newest addition to the Williamson County School District.
Sister Cities of Franklin and Williamson County founding member Doug Sharp was honored with a mayoral proclamation during the Jan. 12 Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting.
The Heritage Foundation will hold its 37th annual Main Street Festival on July 17-18 in response to health and government safety updates based on the COVID-19 pandemic, announced Heritage Foundation CEO Bari Beasley.
Greg McGee and Ryan Moore, principals at Franklin’s Retirement Solutions Group Inc., surprised a Columbia woman at a special celebration on Tuesday by paying her rent for the next year.
Many times, the word “school” evokes thoughts of exams, algebra, history books and essays, but the Franklin Special School District colors outside the lines as it goes to great lengths to focus not only on academics, but on art as well.
Summit High School basketball senior Ellie Colson and Centennial sophomore wrestler Patrick Styblo were selected as the latest Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for the week ending Jan. 10.
The Brentwood High School and Page High wrestling teams collected dual wins in a pair of all-Williamson County battles Tuesday.
Griffin Burke scored 13 and the Brentwood High School boys basketball team collected a District 11-AAA victory in a defensive battle Tuesday in Brentwood.