This week, we are excited to work with the best Alaskan wild-caught sockeye salmon available in Tennessee from the premier supplier and fisherman Captain Tony of Wild Alaska Salmon and Seafood, a two-year sponsor of the Franklin Farmers Market.
Summer is in full swing at the Franklin Farmers Market! Summer squashes, tomatoes and eggplants are everywhere, so now is the perfect time to try a new recipe that South Fork created for our market tasting last Saturday.
This week’s recipe is featuring two of the summer’s top offerings, watermelon and tomatoes, as well as local goat cheese from Noble Springs Dairy.
At Franklin Farmers Market, it’s honestly hard to choose what to grill first. This week’s recipe features a beautiful 100% grass-feed, bone-in ribeye from River Cottage Farm, a.k.a. The Tomahawk.
South Fork had a great time cooking this past weekend at the Franklin Farmers Market. We broke out the grill and grilled a wonderful collection of meats from River Cottage Farm, The Fly Farm and Tavalin Tails Farm. Additionally, we had loads of fresh produce from Evans Produce, Paradise Prod…
I always love grilling at the Franklin Farmers Market during the Summer Chef Demos. It gives me a chance to share the best of our local meat producers with the Market customers and to talk about the quality standards of each farm.
As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continue to release guidelines and precautions during the spread of COVID-19, many local restaurants are faced with difficult decisions.
Mary Kay Independent Sales Director Janis Onstott of Brentwood, Tennessee has earned the use of the exclusive Mary Kay pink Cadillac, an iconic symbol of success, the most coveted incentive awarded by Mary Kay.
Alexis Ketterman, a graduate of Centennial High School, was the recent first recipient of a $5,000 scholarship through the Franklin Housing Authority’s FOURS Scholarship program.
In honor of this month being designated as Mental Health Awareness Month, a group of Williamson, Inc. Leadership Young Professionals on Wednesday unveiled Cards of Care, a project that focuses on spreading kindness and encouragement.
Come hungry Friday evening as the eighth annual Eat the Street will take over Franklin’s Bicentennial Park with food trucks galore lining Third Avenue from 5 to 10 p.m., rain or shine.
Business, community and government leaders, who attend Williamson Inc.’s Outlook Williamson will have a chance to learn why this county remains such an attractive destination for businesses and residents.
Franklin Town Crier John Mather rang the bell, announcing the grand reopening of Rare Prints Gallery Friday at a ribbon-cutting ceremony, celebrating the store's reopening.
My Friend’s House hosted its annual Mardi Gras Ball Saturday at the Franklin Cool Springs Marriott, one of its largest fundraisers of the year.
CapStar Bank increased its visibility and enhanced its “warm atmosphere” and services by opening a new, expanded location on Maryland Way in Brentwood Thursday.
The first FrankTalks of the year focused on developing a healthy mind, body and wallet as many move forward into 2019 after making the ever so evasive New Year’s resolution.
Rotarian Steve Grissim, who serves as the Tennessee Coordinator for Rotarian Action Group Against Slavery (RAGAS), is aiming to educate the business community and inspire action against human trafficking at “Let’s Talk Williamson County” on Jan. 11.
Sue Connor, Transportation Management Association (TMA) Group’s transportation manager for the past 15 years, was honored last week for her dedication and service during a retirement ceremony held at the TMA offices in Franklin.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County will partner with Williamson, Inc. via a multiyear lease agreement for one of the two mansions on the property of the former O’More College of Design.
After flood damage caused Embassy Dental to close its Brentwood location earlier this year, the dental group hosted a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday in partnership with Williamson Inc.
The cold and rain didn’t deter the hundreds who stopped by St. Philip Catholic Church to enjoy a hearty breakfast made and served by members of the Franklin Lions Club. Vendors, Victorian characters and volunteers at Dickens of a Christmas dropped by for plenty of hot food and coffee to warm…
Some may say rainy days move as slow as molasses, and for those who indulged in sugarplums at Dickens of a Christmas this weekend, that is the secret ingredient.
The December Art Scene highlighted many talented artists in downtown Franklin on Friday. Many participants, or business owners, celebrated the Christmas spirit.
The Williamson County Association of REALTORS® celebrated its Board of Directors Installation on Nov. 15 at The Barn at Sycamore Farms.
United Way of Williamson County Patricia Hart Society’s annual Full Tummies Warm Hearts program concluded last week with 86 volunteer drivers delivering containers of holiday food donations to schools and nonprofit agencies to serve 878 Williamson County families (representing 3,674 individuals).