On his way from Dubai to Abu Dhabi, a Williamson County native came across a scene of devastation, pulled off the road and saved a life.
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While many things have changed in Franklin since 1920, one business that has remained a constant in downtown Franklin is John M. Green Insurance.
The founding of the Boy Scouts of America has international roots dating back to founder Lord Baden-Powell in 1910 London.
Longtime Williamson County commissioner, school teacher and public servant Judy Hayes was presented the Good Scout Award Tuesday morning at th…
For the past 100 years, the Boy Scouts of America have been helping to build future leaders by combining personal development, outdoor adventure, lifelong values and fun to teach life lessons and for much of it, a local scoutmaster has been a part of the process.
Longtime Troop 137 Scoutmaster John M. Green was honored July 10, 2010, by Franklin Tomorrow with the Anne T. Rutherford Exemplary Community Volunteer Award during the organization's annual Shrimp Boil, presented by First Tennessee.