The rides are set up; vendors’ booths are ready; culinary, creative arts and agriculture displays are getting the finishing touches; and the fairgrounds is receiving one more cleaning. On Friday at 5:30 p.m., a ribbon-cutting ceremony will officially open the 17th Williamson County Fair at t…
Franklin natives Maurice Pope, owner of Moe Better BBQ & Fish, and Fred Curll, owner of So Smooth Soul Food, are partnering to host a fundraiser for the Merrill-Williams house in Franklin.
Saturday was a hot, sultry, Tennessee summer day, but that didn’t deter owners of 161 vehicles who braved the heat to support the first Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1140 Car Show.
One of the hottest days of the summer didn’t stop about three dozen people from braving the heat and bright, sunny skies to attend the local End Slavery Tennessee annual Red Sand Project at St. Philip Catholic Church on July 29.
Tennessee Wildlife Federation, one of the largest and oldest nonprofits dedicated to conserving the state’s wildlife and natural resources, has opened submissions for its wildlife and landscape photo contest.
Columbia State Community College’s Pryor Art Gallery will feature the artwork of local artists Dean Shelton, Darryl Steele and Bill Brinson in the “An Awakening of Colors” exhibit, the gallery’s first in-person exhibit in over a year.
Two years ago next month, the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1140 in Franklin received its charter with a mission to serve veterans of all eras. To help in that endeavor, the group will hold its first major fundraiser Saturday — a car show.
High Hopes Development Center was recently awarded $11,800 from 100 + Women Who Care Williamson County, the largest amount the group has ever awarded a local nonprofit.
The 2021 edition of the Bluegrass Along the Harpeth music festival and 61st annual Men of St. Paul’s barbecue welcomed huge audiences and lines of attendees to Franklin over the weekend.
Friends of Williamson County Animal Center will host its third annual An Evening with Friends fundraiser Aug. 26 at the Eastern Flank Event Center at Eastern Flank Battlefield Park.
The first Brentwood Historic Commission History Buff Bowl will be held on Sunday, Aug. 8 at Brentwood City Hall, located at 5211 Maryland Way, from 2-4 p.m.
The Franklin Police Department Law Enforcement Assistance Partnership, a volunteer-run nonprofit officer support organization, awarded three scholarships to local students Tuesday at Franklin Police Headquarters.
After deciding to start his journey in Boy Scouts at Franklin Elementary School over a decade ago, a recent Centennial graduate decided to finish it there as well.
The FiftyForward Martin Center Card Crusaders celebrated Friday as they dropped off greeting cards for the Frist Art Museum in Nashville to mark their 10th year of crafting their artful designs.
The Brentwood Historic Commission is excited to welcome back in-person field trips to Boiling Spring Academy starting this fall, and the organization is also looking for volunteers to act as schoolmarms.
Every July, Bethlehem United Methodist Church in Franklin welcomes Williamson County citizens to its annual Fish Fry, with pavilions, deep fryers, tables and balloons transforming the church into a 3,000-person festival.