FiftyForward Friends Learning in Pairs (FLIP) is seeking adults age 55 and older to tutor students in grades kindergarten-four in Williamson County Public Schools and the Franklin Special School District.
Upwards of 80 competitors will set up at Harlinsdale Farm this weekend for the fourth annual Great Americana BBQ Festival.
Effective Jan. 1, 2020, Williamson County will accept plastics #1 and #2 only in the mixed plastic recycling bin at all county convenience centers and recycling drop-offs.
Tennessee First Lady Maria Lee announced on Monday that kids from across the state completed 1,400 hours of service during the first annual Tennessee Kids Serve Summer Challenge.
The African American Heritage Society and the AAHS Young Leaders Network hosted the second annual Black Expo and Youth Fair on Saturday at Johnson Elementary School.
Williamson County telecommunicator Jonathan Hopson recently achieved the Emergency Number Professional (ENP) certification, one of 70 in the state of Tennessee to receive this certification and just the fifth in Williamson County.
The Historic Franklin Masonic Hall Foundation will host its first signature event, “Crossroads: Reconsidering Native Americans and African Americans in Tennessee and the South,” from Sept. 13-14.
A Brentwood end-of-summer tradition, Music in the Grove, returns for the fifth time with a free concert and family festival on Sept. 7, held at East Brentwood Presbyterian Church.
Tennessee’s longest-running home event, the 36th Nashville Home Show, heads back to the Music City Center on Sept. 6-8 with TLC’s “Trading Spaces” designer Laurie Smith headlining. Over 200 inspiring home industry experts will be featured, as well as the Made in America on-site market, pet p…
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County hosted its Heritage Ball reveal party, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners, on Wednesday.
The African American Heritage Society of Williamson County’s second annual Black Expo & Youth Fair is set for 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday at Johnson Elementary School, at 815 Glass Lane in Franklin.
The Franklin Noon Rotary is known for its long-standing tradition of producing the Franklin Rodeo, however, a new tradition is starting to make its mark in Franklin with the fourth annual Great Americana BBQ Festival.
Although weather toyed with the Williamson County Fair and caused some fairgoers to alter plans, people still came and enjoyed nine days of good family fun, fair food and entertainment in a safe and clean environment.
The eighth-annual Friends of Franklin Parks Raise the Roofs fundraiser is quickly approaching on Saturday, Aug. 17 at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm, and this year’s sold-out event will place the spotlight on past and future projects made possible through community support.
A special ceremony was held on Friday at Morning Pointe of Franklin to highlight its new “Wall of Honor,” which recognizes the 18 veterans who currently reside at the senior living community.
The Williamson County Fair will conclude its 15th anniversary celebration on Saturday, Aug. 10, but there’s still plenty more to do and see on the final two days.
Bowie Park’s 700 acres of forests, lakes, parks and trails in Fairview have been taken over by the Fairview Area Chamber of Commerce for the past 34 years to host Nature Fest, a family-friendly event that celebrates the magnificence and conservation of the park.
“Raising Buchanan” will screen at the Franklin Theater on Thursday, Aug. 15 at 9:30 a.m. as part of the Franklin International Indie Film Festival.