Local high school shooting teams and their supporters recently participated in the premier Harpeth Crush shooting clays fundraiser at the Harpeth Scholastic Shooting Complex in College Grove. The shoot included 50 rounds of scored trap, a five-stand competition, several shooting games and lunch.
Maggie Brown poured in 24 points and Brentwood Academy jumped in front early to take down Blackman 67-55 at home Thursday night in Brentwood.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s 34th annual Dickens of a Christmas presented by First Citizens National Bank will return to downtown Franklin on Saturday, Dec. 8 and Sunday, Dec. 9.
With three of four of the Division II-AA semifinalists from the Williamson County-area, the county is guaranteed at least one high school football championship berth in Cookeville.
The Franklin Farmers Market’s fourth annual Pardoning of the Turkey is Saturday, Nov. 17, at 10 a.m. and is sponsored by Herban Market.
The four-time defending Division II-AA champion Brentwood Academy boys’ basketball team rallied for a season-opening win Tuesday at home.
Reese Glover’s late 3-pointer coupled with Connor Beavon’s block on East Nashville’s final possession lifted the Franklin boys’ basketball team to a season-opening 71-68 win Tuesday night at Franklin High School.
The 2018 Division II-AA All-Middle Region awards were released this week with Christ Presbyterian Academy, Battle Ground Academy and Franklin Road Academy sweeping individual awards.
Beech rushed for more than 300 yards and took advantage of four Page turnovers Friday night to earn a 21-14 victory in the second round of the Class 5A football playoffs.
Lotz House and Rippavilla Plantation are launching a joint value ticket for guided tours of each Civil War house museum for $20. The ticket is a $4 savings and the unused ticket does not expire and is transferrable.
The Kiwanis Club of historic downtown Franklin has announced Christian recording artist Bart Millard as the Grand Marshal for the 2018 Franklin Kiwanis Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 1, at 2 p.m.
Folks in the community of Boston in southern Williamson County will no longer need to make a trek to Franklin or Spring Hill when they run out of milk, bread, butter, toothpaste or dog food, or when they get low on gas.
Guests joined for libations and “Lotz of Tacos” to celebrate the Lotz House 10th anniversary on Tuesday, Oct. 30 at the historic home and museum.
Hamilton-Ryker, a total workforce solutions company with two corporate offices in Tennessee, is moving its Nashville location to downtown Franklin at the historic 325 Bridge Street house.
This November, a long-revered rural community country store and gas station will reopen under the recent ownership of local residents Norm and Teresa Gielda.
Five months after Parks Realty became the first business to sign a lease with the massive Harpeth Square development in downtown Franklin, the owners of the $105 million project announced last week that a second tenant has followed suit.
The Franklin Theatre will host the second concert of the 2018-19 season of the Gateway Chamber Orchestra’s Masterworks Series on Monday, Nov. 5, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale now for the concert titled Unexpected Beauty.
The November Art Scene on Friday in downtown Franklin highlighted one-of-a-kind birdhouses made and painted by local artists and children all to benefit students.
NASHVILLE – The Brentwood Academy boys’ cross country team flirted with rewriting state history books Saturday at the TSSAA State Cross Country Championships at Percy Warner Park.
Nick Semptimphelter and Antonio Stevens played catch for the first 13 minutes of the Battle Ground Academy’s Division II-AA first round playoff on Friday as the Wildcats cruised to a 51-14 win over Silverdale Academy.