Franklin, Williamson County push forward with long-term planning for area growth

The area is expected to see tremendous growth in the coming years.


Franklin Special School District names new principal for Franklin Elementary School

Riley previously served as the school's assistant principal.




LiveGreen now open in Franklin

The CBD store opened in October.


Barre 3 now open in Brentwood

The fitness studio is now open in Brentwood.


Guilt Free Bakery launches products in Franklin area

Owners Nancy and Steve Hokanson launched Guilt Free Bakery in mid-October and has begun supplying baked goods …



Franklin Special School District hires new associate director of schools

David Esslinger will begin his position Dec. 2.


Columbia State hosts ribbon-cutting for new parking garage at Williamson campus

Columbia State administrators thanked the City of Franklin for their help in transporting students during the garage's construction


Williamson Inc. highlights Cool Springs in Annual Celebration event

The chamber discussed the economic boost the area has provided for the county.


Williamson County Health Department to participate in Fight Flu TN

Williamson County residents are encouraged to get their flu shot today



Mitsubishi Motors North America announces headquarters in Cool Springs

The automaker has announced its new office location in Franklin.


Williamson County School Board approves 2020 rezoning plan

The school board approved the rezoning plan in an 11-1 vote.


AbbyLeigh Gifts & Home opens Franklin store at Berry Farms

AbbyLeigh Gifts & Home, formerly known as The Shoppes on Main, opens in Berry Farms.




Duluth Trading Company now open in Franklin

Duluth Trading Company hosts ribbon cutting


Olivia Olive Oil to open new storefront at Harpeth Square

A new Olivia Olive Oil will have a presence in downtown Franklin next year.


Chuy's marks 10 years in Cool Springs

The eatery is celebrating with drink specials and giveaways.




Brentwood renames dog park for longtime volunteer, resident Peggy Howell

The Brentwood City Commission approved the name change Nov. 11.


After 4 years of business, Nolensville-based Mill Creek Brewing shuts its doors

Mill Creek Brewing quietly closed its doors over the weekend.


5 ways to give back this month in the Franklin area

There are many opportunities to support the community in November.


Mayor John Cooper announces cold weather shelter plans

The city of Nashville will activate overflow shelters when temperatures are below freezing.