THOMPSON'S STATION – Joseph Cummings threw for 277 yards and three touchdowns and Tre Hartwell rushed for 168 and scored twice as the Independence High School football team remained undefeated in Region 7-6A with a 38-7 Homecoming win over Franklin Friday night.
The Battle Ground Academy football team survived a late comeback attempt from Nashville Christian Friday to snap a two-game losing skid.
Williamson County’s Class 6A, Region 7 took some beatings in the first two weeks of the high school football season and also turned some heads. The six teams face off for the first time in the newly re-tooled league Friday night.
Liberty Financial, a division of Evansville Teachers Federal Credit Union, celebrated the recent opening of its Thompson’s Station location with Williamson, Inc. on Thursday.
Franklin Tomorrow will return to in-person meetings with its July 27 Breakfast with the Mayors event, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners.
Williamson County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested a man and woman from Spring Hill Saturday in connection with an investigation into mailbox thefts from around the county.
Historic preservation, community and beautiful scenery all meet over a cup of coffee at the latest hot spot in Thompson’s Station, making 1819 Coffee a welcoming venue for lone readers, conversationalists, remote workers — even someone just looking for a new friend.
The seventh annual WILLCO Awards celebrating Williamson County Schools athletics makes its return to The Factory at Franklin for a red carpet showcase on June 15.
FRANKLIN – Mike Keith remembers John Maher as a kind, caring and passionate teacher and coach from his middle school days in Franklin. The award-winning radio Voice of the Tennessee Titans said those traits have more than amplified over the past four decades as Maher has become the top home …
Josey Polk, a senior at Page High School, and Jack Baughman, a senior at Independence, were chosen as the final John Maher Builders Scholar-Athletes of the 2020-21 school year.
THOMPSON'S STATION – Just two outs away from a second consecutive trip to the Class AAA state baseball tournament, the proverbial wheels fell off the bus for Independence High School.
THOMPSON’S STATION – Early this school year, Independence High School senior Jack Baughman needed a change. Things weren’t sitting right at home and at school, especially heading into his final high school season on the baseball diamond.
Summit High School senior Elena Escobar and Independence senior Jack Baughman were both selected the Gateway Tire Athletes of the Week after leading their teams to the District 11-AAA softball and baseball championships last week.
In a school year where fundraising was perhaps more challenging than usual, the Independence Girls Cotillion significantly surpassed their previous year's total in 2020-21 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville.