To mark the last 10 days of Iris City Gardens’ seasonal Open Gardens, a time in which the public may just show up to purchase perennial plants or shrubs, Macey and Greg McCullough are offering discounts on their potted plants.
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.
By opening night, Studio Tenn’s “Grease” run was completely sold out. It seems word of mouth had gotten out about the incredible cast in the production. After the wild standing ovations on Thursday’s opening night at Franklin’s Factory, the buzz was proved right! While the show ran at two a…
From prominent stars such as Carrie Underwood to novice players, Steinway Piano Gallery Nashville can assist anyone in finding the right piano.
Construction of the new Nolen Mill development, a Goodall Homes product located in Nolensville, is well underway, offering diverse designs for single-family homes and attached cottages for senior citizens.
Caroline Harp, 4, had fun petting the farm animals at the Williamson County Fair last weekend, just one of the many activities available for people of all ages.
Beginning Aug. 1, downtown Franklin eateries Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant and Puckett’s Boat House will begin selling raffle tickets to win the Williamson County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)’s 2018 playhouse.
The Big Backpack Giveaway, hosted by Graceworks Ministries and United Way of Williamson County, will hold three backpack giveaways Aug. 4 at separate locations in Williamson County, serving children in the Franklin Special School District and Williamson County Schools.
Daughters of the King, a local faith-based nonprofit that plans feeding programs and other services, got children in the community excited to go back to school while also giving away necessary school supplies so every child will start off their first day on the right foot.
Franklin’s Boy Scout Troop No. 137 has a new Eagle, bringing the troop’s Eagle count to over 190 since its inception nearly 45 years ago.
With less than a month until the Franklin Classic, the American Cancer Society’s inaugural Tails & Trails for the Cure 5K fun run/walk event for the runners and dog lovers at heart on Saturday, Aug. 4, at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm provides an opportunity to make a practice run and hel…
Attendees of the Williamson, Inc. Business Expo 2018, presented by Mill Creek Brewing Co. in Nolensville, were able to learn about products and services offered by over local 40 businesses, while sampling food from Blue Coast Burrito and Jim ‘n Nick’s and custom beers brewed at Mill Creek.
Smiles and happy stomachs abounded as approximately 4,000 people enjoyed hundreds of pounds of catfish at Friday’s 44th annual Bethlehem UMC Fish Fry, featuring all-you-can-eat farm-raised catfish along with hushpuppies, sliced tomatoes, white beans and cole slaw made from a secret church recipe.
A mix of leaders and officials from both private companies and government offices make up the list of the 2018-19 Leadership Franklin participants that was announced earlier this week.
Zeitlin Sotheby’s International Realty’s celebrated the opening of its new Franklin office with a ribbon-cutting, joined by 28 members of Williamson, Inc. and staff to formally introduce the community to the new brand and office space.
The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee welcomed Jeffrey Kutsikovich, M.D., to the orthopaedic team this week. The Franklin medical practice, which is affiliated with Williamson Medical Center, opened its doors earlier this year and now includes 13 nationally recognized orthopaedic surgeons.
Since Dr. Thomas Homonnay was 15-years-old, the Brentwood High and Belmont graduate knew he wanted to purse being a dentist. All throughout his high school and college years Homonnay would shadow several local dentists any chance he got.
MILEStones, a Nashville-based musical acknowledgement to jazz legend Miles Davis dedicated to paying homage to the late great trumpeter’s music, will be held Saturday, April 21, at 7 p.m. at Little Brick Theater at the Factory at Franklin.
According to some panelists at the annual Outlook Williamson 2018 presented by Williamson Inc. Wednesday, the future of Williamson County, and its ability to attract business and innovation depends on its “talent pipeline.”
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and SpecialtyCare, Inc. officials announced today that the company will expand its headquarters in Brentwood.
The holiday season brings a long to-do list: decorate the house, bake the turkey, buy a gift for the next social event, send out cards, attend family gatherings and so on. Yet for all these attempts at getting together, experiencing meaningful human connection can get lost in the shuffle.
A groundbreaking celebration for Avenida at Cool Springs development was held at the McConnell House in Franklin Thursday, welcoming the future site of a 5-acre senior living community on Mallory Lane, to serve a growing senior population.
To enhance services, Nissan Trading Corporation Americas moved into a new location this week in Cool Springs, just down the street from Nissan America corporate headquarters, after previously operating out of a Smyrna office.
The Williamson County United Way held its annual Elected Officials Pancake Breakfast Thursday morning at the Williamson County Administrative Complex in Franklin.