I suppose this idea of Thanksgiving has gotten fairly complicated. I grew up in Massachusetts, in such close proximity to Plymouth Rock that I was well acquainted with the romantic version of the Thanksgiving story.
High Hopes Development Center raised more than $125,000 at its Hats Off to High Hopes held earlier this month at Graystone Quarry.
Williamson Medical Center has been recognized as an Antimicrobial Stewardship Center of Excellence by the Infectious Diseases Society of America.
The City of Franklin, Franklin Fire Department and greater Williamson County first responder community paid their respects to former Franklin Fire Battalion Chief Andrew “Gentry” Fox who died at the age of 70 last week.
The Battle of Franklin Trust will continue its annual tradition of displaying luminaries at the Carter House and Carnton at dusk next Tuesday to honor the casualties inflicted during the Battle of Franklin 157 years ago.
Tennessee Air National Guard Lt. Col. Shelli Huether was killed in a plane crash in 2020 alongside two other Air National Guard members.
The public is invited as CoolSprings Galleria holds a celebration Saturday at 1 p.m. for the completion of Franklin’s newest original mural.
Rolling Hills Community Church was filled with volunteers and the volunteer spirit Tuesday night as Franklin Tomorrow hosted its 15th annual Exemplary Community Volunteer Awards.
The Nolensville Food Pantry is preparing to provide hundreds of holiday meals over the next few weeks and there are still opportunities for those with the means to help to do so with donations or volunteering.
The city of Franklin has revealed its plans for the return of the annual Christmas tree lighting that will take place Friday, Dec. 3, on the town square.
It is not lost on me that, when I ask a rhetorical question like, “How in the world did it get to be Thanksgiving?”, I am mouthing a variation on the platitudes heard in the commercials in which people are trying to keep from becoming their parents.
Alma McLemore said the progress being made on the restoration of the historic Merrill-Williams House on Natchez Street in Franklin is like a march to the Super Bowl.
Friends of the Williamson County Public Library will host its quarterly book sale Friday through Sunday at the main branch of Williamson County Public Library.
Some 40 to 50 downtown Franklin residents and others met with staff from the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County to see and learn more about the organization’s updated proposed site plan for Franklin Grove Estate & Gardens, the former O’More College of Design property located at the…
In early 2020, Thompson’s Station teenager Elijah Browning received a phone call that had him pinching himself to make sure it was real.
Six months ago, the African American Heritage Society of Williamson County entered into an option to purchase the historic Merrill-Williams House at 264 Natchez St. in Franklin.
Down a Country Road IV art exhibit and sale will return to Theta General Store in Maury County Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., featuring colorful creations from prominent visual artists in Middle Tennessee.
End Slavery Tennessee will host the program Technology, Trafficking and Teens next week to address the dangers of trafficking and what parents and teens need to know to stay safe on and offline.
The nominees have been announced for the 15th annual Franklin Tomorrow Exemplary Community Volunteer Awards, which will be held Tuesday, Nov. 16, at 6 p.m. at Rolling Hills Community Church in Franklin.
A flash sale for the GraceWorks Ministries’ Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving morning is underway and continues through midnight Sunday.
Main Street in downtown Franklin will be well-trodden this weekend as the monthly Franklin Art Scene takes place Friday evening and the 20th anniversary of Wine Down Main Street is held Saturday night.
The Nolensville Historical Society will host their second annual online auction to benefit the continued restoration of the historic Morton-Brittain house.
Nominations have been received for the 15th annual Franklin Tomorrow Exemplary Community Volunteer Awards, which will be held Tuesday, Nov. 16, at 6 p.m. at Rolling Hills Community Church in Franklin.
Real estate developer AJ Capital Partners, whose summer purchase of the property home to live music club Exit/In caused some residents to worry about the future of the venue, has applied for a historic landmark overlay at the site — a Metro designation that would make it more difficult to ma…
Damp and cool weather kept attendance down, but officials with the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County were nevertheless pleased with the enthusiasm they witnessed at the 36th annual PumpkinFest in downtown Franklin Saturday.
Attendees and prospective donors at the annual 21st District Recovery Court Community Breakfast are accustomed to hearing the success stories of participants who have graduated from the program that dates back 20 years.
High Hopes Development Center is hosting its largest and longest-running fundraiser, Hats Off to High Hopes, Thursday, Nov. 11, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Graystone Quarry.
Jimmy Dugan, the acerbic girls’ baseball team manager played by Tom Hanks in the 1992 movie, “A League of Their Own,” famously said, “There’s no crying in baseball.”
It’s Halloween weekend, and with the holiday falling on a Sunday it could get a bit confusing knowing whether to celebrate on Oct. 31 — a school night — or on Saturday.
One month after the Williamson County Board of Commissioners approved a lease-agreement on a piece of property for FrankTown Open Hearts, officials with the organization gathered Wednesday afternoon with board members, nonprofit partners and others to hold a campaign kickoff of sorts for wha…