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The Heritage Foundation will hold its 37th annual Main Street Festival on July 17-18 in response to health and government safety updates based on the COVID-19 pandemic, announced Heritage Foundation CEO Bari Beasley.
Thanks to a grant from the Williamson County Library Foundation, the walls in the children’s section of each of the six branches of the Williamson County Library system have been spruced up with unique murals created by Marin Brennan.
Karen Cobb, her two young daughters, Ashlyn Grace, 10, and Linda-Lu, 4, joined Wayne Weaver, Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury COO, on Saturday afternoon for a limousine ride.
Greg McGee and Ryan Moore, principals at Franklin’s Retirement Solutions Group Inc., surprised a Columbia woman at a special celebration on Tuesday by paying her rent for the next year.
Many times, the word “school” evokes thoughts of exams, algebra, history books and essays, but the Franklin Special School District colors outside the lines as it goes to great lengths to focus not only on academics, but on art as well.
A Battle Ground Academy student raised over $5,000 in 2020 for end-of-year gifts for Middle Tennesseans in need, and he’s already got his sights set on more in 2021.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day for many Franklin residents normally involves church pews packed like sardines, songs of celebration, perhaps a few tears shed and a frigid yet spirited walk from Natchez Street to the Franklin Public Square.
Blood Assurance is urging all eligible type O donors to make an appointment to donate blood as soon as possible after a trauma in the center’s service area used a significant amount of O blood.
Women in Business, an initiative of Williamson Inc., the county’s chamber of commerce, will host a book discussion on “Dare to Lead: Brave Work, Tough Conversations, Whole Hearts,” on Jan. 26.
Friends of Williamson County Animal Center (FOWCAC) has announced the creation of Paw Pantry, a new initiative for neighbors in need of pet food.
We are living in a time of great dissension caused by job loss, political turmoil and the concerns about a virus that has caused disruption and devastation.
This past year wreaked havoc, that’s for sure. It was a painful one for so many, both globally and within Williamson County. But in addition to and sometimes because of the tragedies that occurred, area residents also saw rays of hope.
Amid the retail frenzy of season, a stroll along Main Street in downtown Franklin can certainly stimulate the senses, unleash sweet memories and give way to a smile or two.
With all that has happened in 2020, there are hundreds of things that one could worry about and fashion into a resolution for the new year, but at the end of the day, the most important goals may be simple.
On Christmas Day, Danny and Teresa Anderson were celebrating the holiday at their home in downtown Franklin when they smelled smoke and saw flames in the back of their home.
Each year, Grant and Liz Hammond host a Christmas party, but with things looking different this holiday season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they decided to get creative and hold a curbside Christmas Eve food drive at their Brentwood home.
The Downtown Franklin Rotary is known as a competitive and passionate club that continues to go over and above the Rotary’s service-above-self motto.