According to statistics, 78 women are forcibly raped every hour in the United States. Just as startling: One out of four college students reported being sexually assaulted sometime during their four years of school.
Renasant (NASDAQ: RNST) has announced the hiring of Christopher McCall as commercial relationship officer, senior vice president, and Nickie McBride as senior lending assistant.
Franklin Noon Rotary Club members are used to rolling up their sleeves and volunteering in a variety of ways throughout the community.
First Missionary Baptist Church in Franklin is preparing for its annual celebration and march in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a theme of looking to the future.
For the fourth year in a row, the visiting team spoiled the home team’s senior night on Thursday when the Brentwood wrestling team battled past Centennial in Franklin.
Residents living in and around the Franklin area can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable screenings by Life Line Screening.
Franklin junior Annalise Dodson and Brentwood junior John Windley were both recognized as the Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for their performances the week of Jan. 6-12.
After the November 1864 Battle of Franklin, several federal commanders, including Generals John Schofield, David Stanley, Jacob Cox and Emerson Opdycke, all claimed credit for their “victory.” Opdycke and Cox especially conducted a post-war debate which ultimately ended their friendship.
The Independence basketball teams claimed a District 11-AAA sweep at Spring Hill Tuesday night.
Several District 12-AAA standouts and a pair of Nolensville players highlighted Williamson County’s representation in the Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State teams, released Tuesday.
Discussion of an amendment to a proposed residential project in south Franklin led to deeper conversation on the dire need for workforce housing during Tuesday night’s Board of Mayor and Alderman meeting.
Franklin Mayor Ken Moore made an appearance at the Franklin Special School District Board of Education meeting for a special reason Monday night.
Last year seemed to be driven by a motto of “change is coming” as construction noises, transportation studies and zoning and development meetings kept the future on local residents’ minds. This year, Franklin Tomorrow is recognizing the inevitable change in Williamson County and working to k…
High school seniors and current college students who live in Williamson County are encouraged to apply for a scholarship awarded by Leadership Franklin.
Community Housing Partnership of Williamson County (CHP) is working to break ground on Walker Place, a significant affordable homeownership development off Wood Duck Court in Franklin.
While most Franklin residents spent the day huddled up in their homes during some inclement weather, the Franklin Special School District Board of Education spent its Saturday hearing presentations and planning for the next school year.
Recent citizen social media posts regarding two different incidents at the Cool Springs Target have prompted several residents to reach out to the Franklin Police Department with understandable concern, and FPD wants to share information about the incidents.
The revived Franklin Rebel Invitational wrestling tournament made its return to Franklin High School over the weekend and featured more than two dozen schools in a boys and girls showcase.