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Even though the historic Nolensville Buttercup Festival had to be postponed from Saturday to Sunday, April 11, it was worth the wait — the 21-year-old event had a great turnout and beautiful spring weather.
The award-winning Franklin Band will once again host its annual Car Wash Extravaganza on Saturday, May 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Franklin High School.
The Williamson County Animal Center’s (WCAC) Snip ‘n Tip taxi will offer free rides to free spay/neuter surgeries for outdoor cats from Fairview on April 8 and 15.
Typical pet owners are greeted at the door by a dog hopping up for attention and batting their legs with an animated tail or a cat nuzzling their ankles before puttering off to be alone again. The Ginn family is routinely greeted at the driveway by three animals much bigger than any dog — an…
County Mayor Rogers Anderson has challenged the Williamson County Public Library (WCPL) to increase community membership, and the library is in turn inviting all county residents aged 4 and up to get a free library card now.
Patriotic and military music played and women passed out American flags on Monday morning as people slowly gathered at the memorial wall in Fischer Park at Port Royal in Spring Hill.
A Summit High School student is using her artistic talents to bring home the school’s first American Vision Medal from the 2021 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
Since the Franklin Rodeo canceled for the second year in a row, the Franklin Noon Rotary Club wants to “keep the Franklin Rodeo tradition alive” and is planning a live evening event featuring the rich history and tradition of the 70-year-old charity event.
As the COVID-19 vaccine becomes more available, the Franklin Transit Authority (FTA) is ensuring that transportation is not a barrier to getting vaccinated for those in Franklin by offering free rides to vaccine sites along its fixed-route service area to passengers with a scheduled vaccinat…
The Village Church in Nolensville always boasts a festive and joyful Easter service, but this year’s worship services will be particularly special, providing a unique experience for all in attendance.
The Morning Pointe Foundation, together with Neurologist Dr. Matthew Kodsi, MD, Ph.D., vice president of medical affairs for CHI Memorial, and the Southeast Tennessee Alzheimer’s Association, will present “Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia,” a virtual Caregiver Café seminar about the la…
Franklin Nutrition Stop hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday in honor of its recent opening at Independence square off of Hillsboro Road.
Organizers of Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury’s annual Hammers & High Heels event had to make a quick U-turn late in the planning stage last year and go with a virtual event because the COVID-19 virus.
With optimism and caution, members of the Williamson County Fair Board are moving forward with plans for the 2021 Williamson County Fair, scheduled for Aug. 6-14, to be an in-person event. Keeping the COVID-19 virus in mind, there will be changes and adjustments with some popular events and…
While frisbees and kites commonly get stuck in front yard trees, one Brentwood family has a laundry basket in theirs, but it did not get there by accident.
Love was in the air Valentine’s Day weekend for the Downtown Franklin Rotary Club, and that love carried over to a recent check presentation to My Friend’s House.
Last fall, after a series of racially charged events that took place on a national level, a diverse group of concerned citizens in Franklin began to look at how they could make positive changes in the community.