Franklin software consulting company Logic Cadence and Blood Assurance are partnering to host a blood drive Thursday, Oct. 28, to support Waves, Inc.
Batteries Plus, the nation’s largest and fastest-growing battery, lightbulb, key fob and phone repair franchise, recently opened its newest locally owned and operated store in Spring Hill at 4816 Main St., Suite J.
Summit BHC, a leading national provider of behavioral health and addiction treatment services based in Franklin, has expanded its senior leadership team with the recent hiring of Andy Hanner as chief development officer and Kim Brady as senior vice president of human resources.
Wealth Strategies Partners, a boutique total wealth management practice based in Franklin, recently announced its founder, Paul C. Allen, CFP®, MS, has been named Franklin Road Academy’s 2021 Distinguished Alumni award winner.
Blood Assurance has less than a one-day supply of O-negative and O-positive blood on its shelves, and the organization that provides blood and blood supplies to multiple hospitals in Middle Tennessee is pleading for the public’s help in the coming days.
Deer Run Camps & Retreats celebrated over two decades of God’s faithfulness and accepted over $250,000 in donations at its fifth annual Vision Dinner.
After an extended intermission due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Studio Tenn, Franklin’s professional regional theatre, will return with a packed holiday lineup of classic shows and events, and tickets are now on sale at www.studiotenn.com.
The 21st District Recovery Court Board of Directors will host its 11th annual Community Breakfast on Monday, Nov. 1, at the Williamson County Enrichment Center.
The deadline for nominations from the community or individuals for the 15th annual Franklin Tomorrow Exemplary Community Volunteer Awards has been extended until Wednesday, Oct. 20.
Battle Ground Academy will host a panel of emerging Middle Tennessee entrepreneurs to discuss the impact of the attraction of “big technology” companies to the region and the effect it is having on Nashville’s startup ecosystem.
More than a dozen antique and classic vehicles, from a World War II truck to cars from the 1920s and ‘70s, rolled into The Highlands at Campbell Station in Spring Hill, a 55 and older gated community, Saturday for the second annual Highlands Cruise In.
Celebrating the highly anticipated return of touring Broadway to Nashville, the nonprofit Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) will launch its 2021-22 HCA Healthcare/TriStar Health Broadway at TPAC season with the Nashville premiere of “The Band’s Visit,” one of the most Tony Award-winnin…
At Monday’s Williamson County Board of Commissioners meeting, Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson proclaimed Nov. 1, 2021 as "Day of Recovery" across the county.
Williamson Medical Center received approval at Monday’s Williamson County Commission meeting to apply for $150 million in bond financing to help fund a major renovation project.
Franklin Classical School has been renting space in Franklin for almost three decades and is searching for a permanent home. Soon, the private school will launch a capital campaign, inviting the community to help further its goal of raising up the next generation of Christian leaders through…
The Williamson County Board of Commissioners officially appointed a new Williamson County Schools Board of Education member for District 4 on Monday.
For Eric Murray and Pauline Farrington, life is good — they have moved into new jobs, are working with a terrific community and they both love their closest colleague. Literally.
In celebration of its newest location in Brentwood’s Maryland Farms, Chuy’s Tex-Mex has presented a check for $5,000 to Brentwood-based Best Buddies in Tennessee.
Runners at the Harvest Half Marathon, 5K and Kids Fun Run 1K on Saturday, Oct. 30, will celebrate fall with a brisk and beautiful run hosted by the Brentwood Family YMCA.