National Research Center (NRC) at Polco and the International City & County Management Association (ICMA) have announced the city of Franklin is the winner of two Voice of the People (VOP) Awards for excellence in education and enrichment and excellence in community engagement.
The Williamson County Board of Commissioners Education Committee approved a lease purchase agreement Monday allowing Williamson County Schools to acquire nearly 20,000 Chromebooks over the next four years.
When Our Thrift Store closed in Franklin three months ago, owner Dave Krikac said despite the end of the 15-year chapter of his life, he felt like it was Christmas Eve — he was waiting for a gift, his next venture.
A local paramedic and his former coworker at Williamson County EMS have helped develop an emergency locating device that helps first responders locate a home in an emergency.
Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival producers announced Saturday the event is set to return on Sept. 25-26, 2021 following a one-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hours after the Louisville, Kentucky grand jury’s announcement regarding indictments in the death of Brianna Taylor led to protests that turned into riots, a group rallied Friday on Franklin’s Public Square to recognize local law enforcement and show their support for the U.S. Constitution.
Franklin is “not out of the woods” yet when it comes to COVID-19, according to Franklin Mayor Ken Moore, but city projects are moving along in spite of the pandemic.
The Franklin Special School District broke ground on two major projects earlier this month: a new gymnasium for Poplar Grove School and a performing arts center for the entire district.
Former Williamson County Schools Board of Education chairman and member of 30 years Gary Anderson has returned to the district to serve as the executive director of COVID response.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee and the Tennessee Department of Education released estimated data Wednesday regarding learning loss for Tennessee students during the COVID-19 pandemic, claiming it as a result from pandemic-related school closures through the summer months.
The Franklin and Williamson County community is invited to join the Black Business Expo next weekend at First Missionary Baptist Church.
Every parent worries about their child fitting in at middle school, and BrandiLee Schafran is no exception.
For almost everyone, Sept. 17 was just another day. However in the annals of American history, Sept. 17, 1787, should be celebrated by everyone.
Franklin Transit Authority announced it has joined the American Public Transportation Association’s (APTA) Health and Safety Commitments Program, the public transportation industry’s overarching pledge to passengers that public transit systems are taking all the necessary measures to operate…
Even with the COVID-19 pandemic putting a wrench in everyone’s plans, many people don’t have time to put their fast-paced lives on hold, and when Steve Beal found out he needed a second hip replacement in the middle of the pandemic, his thoughts were no different.
At Franklin’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting Tuesday, city leaders took the first steps toward creating a permit system for protestors and those wanting to hold public gatherings.