The legend will kick off a 10-book video series at 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 2, with The Little Engine That Could, and will continue weekly with other titles from Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
As staff of the Battle of Franklin Trust began considering how to best deal with the closing of Carnton and the Carter House because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a bit of irony made its way into the plans.
Williamson County Animal Center (WCAC) will hold a series of community rabies clinics at various locations each Saturday in April.
Williamson Medical Center is accepting hand-sewn facemask donations from community members and has provided information on how to make and donate the masks, according to a press release sent Monday.
In keeping with my commitment to not write about COVID-19 every week, today and in some future installments I will return to what has become one of my favorite topics over the past nine years in this space — technology.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has temporarily halted in-person classes for the two locations of Family First Martial Arts, it has also led to an expansion of sorts for the 10-year-old business.
The tornadoes touched down in middle Tennessee early in the morning of March 3. There was very little warning. Not that there weren’t any weather alerts or sirens, but even for those who heard the warnings there was not much time. Some came within just minutes of serious injury and probable…
It's been 12 days since Birdie's Breakfast and Lunch Shop opened in Nolensville — on the very day that Gov. Bill Lee declared a State of Emergency for Tennessee.
In 2013, when a move took us further away from our friends, we determined that we liked our cocktail time but hated the idea of designated drivers, so began having martinis over FaceTime, cheersing the camera and trying not to spill gin on the keyboard.
One Generation Away is partnering with 94-FM The Fish for a 17-hour Hope Happens Here Radiothon Tuesday and Wednesday to raise money to meet the ever-increasing need for food for neighbors in need.
As many businesses, schools and daycares have closed across the county in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, All God’s Children Early Learning Academy in Nolensville has adapted to embrace distance-learning with their free AGC Online Academy.
Starting on Thursday the Nolensville Food Pantry will begin providing food boxes for families in need in response to the nationwide economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are disclaimers, of course, but at least a couple of restaurants/bars in downtown Franklin are welcoming guests to eat and drink Tuesday night in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day.
Churches and other houses of worship across the country halted in-person services on Sunday in favor of online live-streamed services amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Kroger announced a $3 million commitment to rapidly deploy hunger-relief resources to communities disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County has rescheduled the 37th annual Main Street Festival that was to be held in late April in downtown Franklin to July in response to the COVID-19 virus outbreak.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation announced that they will cancel all organized programming and non-essential gatherings at all Recreation Centers and Parks effective March 14 due to COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, outbreak.
Eleven community members were sworn in as Williamson County Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers on Wednesday.
It’s been exactly 30 years since Dr. Elizabeth Harper Neeld wrote to the world about the tornado that touched down on her home and life in the Tennessee hills of Soddy-Daisy.
Through their involvement with Waves Inc., the 47-year-old nonprofit that helps individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Bobby and Anna Brinker have a much easier family life.
It has been written here previously (I’ve decided after nearly nine years, it’s OK to repeat myself on occasion) that when I moved to town 20-plus years ago, I asked a new friend about the local political landscape.
The weather’s looking ideal for outdoor activities this weekend, including Friday night’s Franklin Art Scene and Sunday’s first Kite Festival hosted by the Williamson County Parks and Recreation at the Franklin Recreation Complex.