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Nine days of Virtual Fun with the Williamson County Fair started Friday, as the annual event shifts to an online format amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Jason Alexander, the Tony and Grammy Award winner and Emmy nominee best known for playing George Costanza in Seinfeld, will be the featured guest in Sunday’s “Studio Tenn Talks: Theater Conversations with Patrick Cassidy,” Studio Tenn’s weekly talk show that launched in July.
The Williamson County community acted fast when Walmart announced it would be bringing pop-up drive-in movies to Franklin.
The decision to cancel the 2020 Wine Down Main Street means not only the darkening of one of downtown Franklin’s most popular and entertaining annual events, but it also makes idle a major fundraiser for its beneficiary, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee.
The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County announced Tuesday that it has confirmed the dates for its three signature outdoor festivals and annual black-tie ball for 2021.
High Hopes Development Center will host its 17th annual Giving on the Green golf tournament Monday, Sept. 14, at Temple Hills Country Club.
The American Red Cross is teaming up with the Nashville Predators Foundation empowered by SmileDirectClub and over 15 organizations to host its largest multi-city blood drive Aug. 4-7 in Tennessee as well as in Bowling Green, Ky., and Huntsville, Ala.
Registration is underway for the 24th annual Expanding Your Horizons in Math and Science Conference at MTSU, which will be held virtually from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3.
As a hot July has now faded into the dog days of August, backyard flower gardens across the county are taking on various shapes and colors. Many have gone beyond their spring and summer blooms and now sit idle before a new feast of colors arrive in the fall. The Home Page caught up with thre…
The United States Department of Agriculture and Tennessee Department of Agriculture is warning citizens about packages of seeds that are showing up in mailboxes across the state and country.
The Tennessee Department of Agriculture’s Division of Forestry will administer federal grant funds to help communities make their homes safer and more defensible from wildland fire.
The Refuge Center, a nonprofit counseling program in Franklin, is hosting a free virtual event to help local church leaders meet the emotional and mental health needs of their members during the coronavirus pandemic.
A physician who has served the medical community in Middle Tennessee for more than 20 years has been named chief medical officer of Mercy Community Healthcare.
Nearly 100 members of the Nolensville community as well as local and state government leaders gathered on Nolensville Park Road on Wednesday morning to celebrate the unveiling of the Lewis Green Jr. Memorial Bridge.
After a run of summer online sales featuring packaged meals and boxes filled with fresh produce, the team at Southall is reopening the Farm Stand with plenty of innovative, hand-crafted products for a variety of tastes and wants.
It’s called virtual bowling, but it’s every bit as important as the real thing when it comes to raising money for Brightstone as the Franklin nonprofit holds its 12th annual Bowlability fundraising event online Friday, Aug. 11.
Two additional Tennessee counties have been quarantined for emerald ash borer after the beetle was detected earlier this month.
“Now is the winter of our discontent / Made glorious summer by this sun of York,” recites the character Gloucester in Shakespeare’s “Richard III.”
The Williamson County Fair will take its annual celebration of agriculture and county pride virtual this year, with the theme “9 Days of Virtual Fair Fun” set for Friday, Aug. 7, through Saturday, Aug. 15.
With things having slowed down a bit as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, Kevin and Suzette Wimpy are able to enjoy their backyard garden a little more.
The Williamson County Animal Center in Franklin will have its monthly public rabies and microchip clinic Saturday from 9-11 a.m. at the shelter.
The newly formed nonprofit Franklin Justice & Equity Coalition is continuing community conversations with a virtual panel discussion through Facebook Live Thursday from 6-7:30 p.m.
The Battle of Franklin Trust announced they will be hosting a Facebook live event to further discuss the “Fuller Story," an initiative meant to give more context to Civil War history.
Members of the AbleVoices summer photography club had a chance to learn at two different levels about dogs and other pets Tuesday.
To help commemorate the upcoming 100th anniversary of Tennessee becoming the 36th state to ratify the 19th Amendment to make women’s suffrage legal in the United States, the Lotz House in downtown Franklin will launch a specialty tour focusing on women in history.