After a 2019 event that doubled attendance over the inaugural Unite Williamson breakfast in 2018, the organization founded and led by Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and the Rev. Kenneth Hill will be taking the event virtual on Saturday, Oct. 17, for safety reasons.
While the coronavirus outbreak brought a halt to live shows onstage, the staff at Source One Five had the idea to think outside the box.
Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival producers are moving full steam ahead in planning for its return in 2021, according to a press release sent by the festival organizers.
Franklin Transit Authority has joined the American Public Transportation Association’s “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 safely as the nat…
As supplies of specific blood types remain low, Blood Assurance is making an appeal for donors and especially those from millennial and Gen Z generations to step up and donate.
For both beginners and advanced cyclists alike, the Wilkins Branch Mountain Bike Park in Leiper’s Fork is now open just in time for the ideal fall weather Middle Tennessee has been enjoying.
Battle Ground Academy has announced the addition of two members to its board of trustees as well as named a new board chairman.
Although it would be pompous of me to imply I have enough correspondence from readers to have a regular feature called “Bob’s Mail Bag” or something of that nature, I do occasionally receive emails from folks who want to comment on something I write here.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has impacted all aspects of life including the Franklin Fire Department's ability to teach fire safety to children using their mobile Family Safety House educational trailer, so this year they're going virtual.
After recently celebrating birthdays, two residents from Morning Pointe of Franklin assistant living facility now have a lot of catching up to do on their reading.
Bidding is underway for the Friends of Franklin Parks’ silent auction portion of the upcoming Raise the Roofs event, and plenty of items are available for the fundraiser.
Ryman Hospitality Properties will build a permanent outdoor stage near the Ryman Auditorium with help from PNC Bank, which has signed a multi-year sponsorship deal with the historic venue.
Franklin Tomorrow’s 14th annual Exemplary Community Volunteer Awards will be held Tuesday, Nov. 17, at Rolling Hills Community Church in Franklin, and the nonprofit is seeking nominations of individuals and groups who give unselfishly of themselves to make the community a better place.
“Studio Tenn Talks: Theater Conversations with Patrick Cassidy,” a nationally recognized virtual talk show, has released the latest fall lineup with stars including Patti LuPone, Chita Rivera, Debbie Gibson and more.
On Friday the City of Brentwood and City of Franklin each held memorial gatherings in remembrance of the 19th anniversary of 9/11, while the Williamson County Department of Emergency Communications issued a memorial all-call to mark the date.
WARNING: This story contains information about suicide. If you or a loved one is thinking about suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (NSPL) at 1-800-273-8255. The NSPL provides 24-hour, free support to those in distress, as well as prevention and crisis resources for…
Communities across Middle Tennessee will remember the 2001 terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people in New York City, Washington D.C. and Shanksville, Pa., with both in-person and virtual events.
Spiritual directors in the Christian tradition have been utilizing the Enneagram for decades, but in recent years the awareness and interest in the Enneagram has steadily grown and gone mainstream.
To help with an overflow of adoptable kittens and to relieve overcrowding, the Williamson County Animal Center will offer special pricing Thursday through Saturday at its location on Claude Yates Drive in Franklin.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County and its division the Downtown Franklin Association have partnered with Visit Franklin and the city of Franklin to “Paint the Town Orange” this October in celebration of autumn in historic Franklin’s Main Street District.
Registration for this year’s virtual GraceWorks Turkey Trot is underway, and those interested in running one of the three featured routes can earn some “surprise swag” while helping families in need.
Hard Bargain Association, a grassroots nonprofit dedicated to preservation, affordable housing and revitalization of the historic African-American Hard Bargain neighborhood in Franklin, will host its Hard Bargain Celebration Dinner Tuesday, Sept. 15, at 6 p.m.
For the rest of September, and the last days of summer, you still have a chance to cash in on the Elements Massage Summer Special. Drink your morning tea, take a dip in the pool and then head on over for a luxurious massage.
The deep irony of the latest Christopher Nolan film Tenet is that trying to figure out its 3,000-piece jigsaw puzzle of a plot isn’t the most challenging aspect about it.
With September being recognized as National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, the next FrankTalks lecture will focus on the crisis and the topic of mental health in general.