In its second year, the Unite Williamson Prayer Breakfast is already coming full circle, featuring Rev. Eric Sheldon Charles Manning of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina as the keynote speaker.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee has announced “MasterChef” Season 9 winner Gerron Hurt as the 2019 Franklin Wine Festival celebrity judge.
Williamson College (Franklin, Smyrna) has launched a new publishing division, Williamson College Press, with its first release a fascinating, modern heresy non-fiction book by author R. L. Solberg called “Torahism: Are Christians Required to Keep the Law of Moses?”
The Wounded Warrior Project’s Soldier Ride began in 2004 when civilian Chris Carney rode more than 5,000 miles in support of the Wounded Warrior Project.
The Education Foundation for Williamson County (EFWC) has announced the launching of the Boost ACT Academy, designed to increase American College Test (ACT) exam scores for area students.
A 150th anniversary is a rare occurrence in a country that is only 243 years old, but this year, West Harpeth Primitive Baptist Church is celebrating its century-and-a-half milestone with a whole slew of activities.
Following months of training at each school and the district office, the Franklin Special School District has been designated a Heart Safe School District by the Project ADAM team at Monroe Carrell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.
For the last day of National Hispanic American Heritage Month, Karla Ronquillo shared tales of her experiences living in Franklin after growing up in Central America.
Bridges Domestic Violence Center hosted its 21st annual Jokers & Jackpots Gala, presented by the Law Office of Casey Ashworth, on Saturday, Oct. 12 at Liberty Hall at the Factory in Franklin.
Twenty-four outstanding sophomores and juniors from six area high schools have been selected to participate in the Williamson, Inc.’s Youth Leadership Brentwood (YLB) Class of 2020.
Gateway Chamber Orchestra will host their second concert of the 2019-20 season Masterworks Series, “Transfigured Night,” on Monday, Nov. 4, at 7:30 p.m.
Celebration of Nations faced some changes and challenges this year, but board members of the Sister Cities of Franklin and Williamson County are pleased with the event and are hopeful that next year will bring in larger crowds.
Since the fall of 2018, Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant has partnered with fellow Tennessee tastemaker Old Dominick Distillery to bring the writers behind country music’s No. 1 hits to the Puckett’s stages across the restaurant’s multiple locations.
The recent record heat wave and little rain Williamson County has seen over the past month has made the job for first responders a little more difficult when they respond to a call for a structure fire.
Keeping secrets usually becomes second nature to children by the time they’re tall enough to reach the forbidden cookie jar on the counter, but for one little girl in South Africa, keeping a secret was a life-or-death matter.
Rendezvous at Ravenswood, the final event of a series of celebrations marking the 50th anniversary of Brentwood becoming a city, took place on Thursday at the historic Ravenswood Mansion in Marcella Vivrette Smith Park.
The Franklin Parks Department was recently given two awards at the International Festivals and Events Association Convention, Expo and Retreat.
For one fall weekend, the FiftyForward Martin Center in Brentwood will be transformed into an art gallery displaying hundreds of original works of art by more than 40 local and regional professional artists, including this year’s featured artist, Frank T. Gee.