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Page High School senior Leigh Walters and Independence senior Will Tobin were selected as the Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week for the week ending April 11.
Seniors Abby Orr of Centennial High School and Nolan Colladay of Page High School have been named the latest John Maher Builders Scholar-Athletes for the 2020-21 school year.
THOMPSON’S STATION – Several weeks after announcing a new boys basketball coach, Independence High School has hired its new girls coach as well with the return of Tony Hill to Williamson County.
FRANKLIN – It might not have been the best showing for the Franklin High School boys soccer team Tuesday night, but the Admirals will take it, especially in the always tough District 11-AAA.
FRANKLIN – AJ Russell set the tone on the mound and the Franklin High School baseball team rallied behind their ace to produce one of their best showings yet – a breakthrough outing that halted Ravenwood’s win streak at 11 games on Tuesday.
A new planned subdivision located off Liberty Pike that would create more affordable housing in Franklin was proposed to the city’s board of mayor and aldermen Tuesday.
Robbie Beal, a member of the Williamson County Board of Commissioners representing District 10, has resigned from his role on the board, effective immediately.
TriStar Bin Cleaning hosted a ribbon cutting with Williamson, Inc. Monday in honor of recently launching its mobile truck that cleans and sanitizes residential or commercial trash bins.
The Page High School softball team plated four runs in the top of the third and went on to pick up a 8-4 District 11-AAA road win at Centennial in Franklin Monday.
The Franklin Special School District Board of Education honored its school staff of the year during its monthly meeting on Monday, presenting teachers with a bonus for their work.
Franklin Tomorrow gave a preview into its upcoming Civic Index conversations in partnership with the National Civic League during its monthly FrankTalks event on Monday.
A handful of Williamson County wrestlers were recognized by the Middle Tennessee Wrestling Officials Association this week with selection to its annual Dream Team.
FRANKLIN — With 24 games being played in the span of about seven hours, the opening day of the Raptor Classic felt a lot like the state tournament.
Two Franklin Police Department detectives were recently honored for their work with the Child Protective Investigative Team (CPIT) at a CPIT awards picnic.
The award-winning Franklin Band will once again host its annual Car Wash Extravaganza on Saturday, May 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Franklin High School.
The lives of two families were changed on Easter Sunday at a stop light on Murfreesboro Road when a vehicle heading west crashed into a vehicle stopped for the red light.
Will Tobin tossed a no-hitter Tuesday and the Independence High School baseball team posted a 1-0 District 11-AAA win over Dickson County in Thompson’s Station.