According to the Associated Press, Gov. Bill Haslam has once again asked for Franklin Rep. Jeremy Durham to resign from his 65th House District seat.
After the weekend, the petition to potentially expel one Franklin lawmaker is awaiting signatures from elected officials across the state.
On Thursday night, Congressman Marsha Blackburn addressed the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio as Donald Trump took center stage to accept the official nomination.
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The Brentwood Planning Commission will soon see two requests for new restaurants for the still-growing Hill Center.
A new gym in Brentwood recently opened, with a focus on training and conditioning in an enthusiastic atmosphere.
If you want to celebrate Harry Potter's birthday this week, the Chamber of Knowledge chapter has some recipes from the magical world that you can make at home yourself.
Lexington, Ky., teams are visitors for Sept. 10 event at Riverview Farm on Moran Road.
Ravenwood's first fully-padded practice under new head coach Richie Wessman was capped off on a high note Monday morning.
Middle Tennessee led the state with a 9% increase in the median home price, partially driven up by tight inventory.
The Williamson County Association of Realtors® (WCAR) announced the participants in the inaugural class of the WCAR Leadership Academy, according to WCAR President David Logan.
Sunday morning, police officers from across Williamson County will make going back to school for families who are down on their luck a little easier.
Spring Hill man's preliminary hearing delayed until July 28.
Annual state tax holiday moves into July for the first time.
Hundreds of parents and students got their first look at Nolensville's new elementary, middle and high schools on Sunday.
The Harpeth River Watershed Association and The Chestnut Group will host an art show and sale at the Factory at Franklin Aug. 19-20.
Local author and Franklin Civil War Round Table member Gary Waddey will speak on his new book, "Forward My Brave Boys," on Sunday, Aug. 14.
Each summer, Friends of Franklin Parks' "Raise the Roofs" fundraiser has brought the community together to celebrate the return of horses to the historic Park at Harlinsdale Farm.
"As Republicans, we believe in solving local and state problems through local and state innovations."
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