Historic Downtown Franklin is coming together on Saturday, Nov. 28, to support Small Business Saturday, a national effort to help independently owned merchants gain more exposure during one of the biggest shopping weekends of the year.
Morning Pointe residents joined a national effort to bring Christmas to poor children of the world via Operation Christmas Child.
The Brentwood City Commission deferred changes to the Traditions subdivision on Monday after several citizens spoke out against a proposed bike path.
More than 17 percent of items sold on Black Friday will be more expensive than what they normally sell for on Amazon.
A local photographer is hosting an event called "Waffle House Wednesday" tonight at 7 p.m. at the Waffle House on Old Hickory Blvd. in Brentwood.
Eight local football players have been chosen to compete in the ninth annual Toyota East vs. West Tennessee All-Star Classic on Dec. 11 at Tennessee Tech's Tucker Stadium.
The Franklin Fieldhouse is offering youth clinics during the holiday breaks from school.
Two Franklin women and a woman from Murfreesboro received scholarships recently from the Women in Commercial Real Estate Nashville Chapter.
Guaranty Trust Company CEO Retta Gardner, is one of only 17 professionals nationwide earning the Certified Mortgage Banker designation in 2015.
The Franklin Police Department will deploy a security plan designed to safeguard shoppers while deterring, detecting and apprehending lawbreakers.
The first round of TNReady tests were successfully completed last week according to the Tennessee Department of Education.
As Columbia State Community College prepares for its move to its new campus, the county is deliberating what to do with the current campus after it's vacated.
This Sunday, Big East Fork Retreat Center west of the Natchez Trace Parkway will be celebrating the planting of 700 new chestnut trees.
The Battle of Franklin 5K and Kids' Fun Run presented by Battle of Franklin Trust and Nissan starts at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 28.
Members of a task force considering whether to change the name of MTSU's Forrest Hall has set Dec. 1 for the first of two open forums on the topic
Comments made regarding accepting Syrian refugees into Tennessee made from Glen Casada ... have now lit a fear-based fire on a national level along with other fearful attitudes that have resulted in racist scapegoating and a host of irresponsible statements heard in reaction to the recent Paris attacks.
I am writing to express my disapproval for the proposed resolution regarding religion in the curriculum.
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