The luxury inn, spa and cottages may only be under construction at Southall in the rolling hills of Franklin, but the agricultural and culinary operation behind it have been maturing for years.
The Center for Living and Learning has announced the 2019 Christmas Craft Show will be held Dec. 11 and 12 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. both days.
“I have a story,” nearly 600 middle schoolers murmured Wednesday morning, their hands over their hearts. Award-winning novelist Pablo Cartaya responded “Louder!” several times until the students’ shouts reverberated throughout Freedom Middle School’s gymnasium.
The Franklin Lions Club has hosted its annual Lions Pride Pancake Breakfast in locations throughout downtown Franklin for the past 30 years. This year, the breakfast will return to St. Philip Catholic Church.
Grammy-nominated songwriting and production duo Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony of the music group Louis York are not strangers to Franklin.
Shane Farmer knows firsthand what it’s like to live in and out of hospitals as disease and medicine battle over the body, mind and emotions, and he knows how music can be a treatment unlike chemotherapy. This holiday season, it’s his goal to provide additional healing power to local children…
Many local families make picking out a fresh cut Christmas tree from Santa’s Trees at Hill Center Brentwood an annual tradition. It’s also a tradition for Santa’s Trees to give back to the Williamson County community that has supported the seasonal business since 1996.
The kids participating in Franklin Special School District’s MAC program are getting into the holiday spirit a little early this year by doing projects centered on giving.
With only four days remaining until the application deadline, tnAchieves still needs 1,678 volunteer mentors across the state and 172 in Williamson County.
On a blistering cold Monday night, the city of Brentwood held its 21st annual Brentwood Christmas Tree Lighting at the John P. Holt Library.
Longtime Franklin resident and preservationist Pam Lewis was honored this year at the Save The Franklin Battlefield's (STFB) annual membership dinner and awards banquet, held at St. Paul's Otey Hall in Franklin.
Franklin Cumberland Presbyterian Church has been providing a musical respite for the community during this busy time of year for two decades.
Through the grace of members of Daughters of The King, a nonprofit organization of Christian women dedicated to improving their community in practical ways, Thanksgiving came a week early for more than 400 Franklin residents.
After a successful inaugural run last year, the Franktown Festival of Lights has returned to continue a new Christmas holiday family tradition with the addition of Santa’s Village.
The Battle of Franklin Trust is gearing up to commemorate the Battle of Franklin, 155 years after soldiers clashed where sites such as the Carter House, Carnton and the Lotz House Museum are preserved today.
Before firing up that outdoor turkey fryer, take a few minutes to read Franklin Fire Department Assistant Fire Marshal Curt Edelmann’s top 13 safety tips:
Just in time for the holiday season, Noble Springs Dairy in Franklin is becoming a one-stop goat shop. Hoping to spread joy through a story inspired by her everyday life, farmer and entrepreneur Justyne Noble has added a children’s book to her array of products.
On Saturday, Nov. 30, The Battle of Franklin Trust will display luminaries at dusk to honor the casualties inflicted during the Battle of Franklin 155 years ago.
Parks, F&M Bank, Downtown Franklin Association and P38, Inc. will once again honor Ft. Campbell troops and their families with Franklin’s traditional VIP treatment.