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The beauty industry has changed dramatically this year for many due to the COVID-19 pandemic as hair, nail and esthetician salons have had to manage a new normal while keeping staff and clients safe.
The Franklin Special School District broke ground on two major projects earlier this month: a new gymnasium for Poplar Grove School and a performing arts center for the entire district.
Former Williamson County Schools Board of Education chairman and member of 30 years Gary Anderson has returned to the district to serve as the executive director of COVID response.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and the Tennessee Department of Education released estimated data Wednesday regarding learning loss for Tennessee students during the COVID-19 pandemic, claiming it as a result from pandemic-related school closures through the summer months.
The Franklin and Williamson County community is invited to join the Black Business Expo next weekend at First Missionary Baptist Church.
With fall in the air on Saturday morning, it was also a perfect time for the grand opening of the first section of the Wilkins Branch Mountain Bike Park.
As two Morning Pointe of Franklin residents passed rare milestones in their lives, cards expressing congratulations filtered in from all over the United States and even beyond.
Even with the COVID-19 pandemic putting a wrench in everyone’s plans, many people don’t have time to put their fast-paced lives on hold, and when Steve Beal found out he needed a second hip replacement in the middle of the pandemic, his thoughts were no different.
After a 2019 event that doubled attendance over the inaugural Unite Williamson breakfast in 2018, the organization founded and led by Franklin Mayor Dr. Ken Moore and Reverend Kenneth Hill will take the event virtual on Saturday, Oct. 17 for safety reasons.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will celebrate 2020 National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHFD) on Saturday, Sept. 26.
Delicious desserts by Baker Chic will be on the menu during a pop-up sale Saturday, Sept. 26 at Third Coast Clay, next to Herban Market in Franklin’s Camden Commons.
Franklin residents will be able to enjoy a healthy meal from a new restaurant next week while also supporting a local cause that provides millions of pounds of food to those in need in Middle Tennessee and beyond.
When Stephanie Graham was house hunting in Williamson County, the trained chef quickly realized there weren’t many places that made great-tasting, healthy salads, even joking to her husband, “If I ever want to start a business when we move here, I am going to start a salad business.”
Friends and family came out Saturday to surprise and show their love for Brentwood resident and beloved community member Marilyn Nevens, who turned 96 on Sept. 19.
Blood Assurance is making an appeal for millennial and Generation Z donors due to low donor turnout and continuous blood drive cancellations throughout their schools and workplaces.
This year has been a particularly hard one for teachers, and 95.5 WSM-FM Nash Icon and Academy Sports partnered to recognize one teacher for her passion and hard work Thursday, awarding her with an “Amazing Teacher Recognition” certificate and a $1,000 Academy Sports gift certificate.
While this year’s Heritage Ball was canceled due to COVID-19 safety concerns, the Heritage Foundation’s annual auction that accompanies the ball each year is being held as a virtual fundraising event that began Friday and runs through Oct. 4.