Read the top business and community news from the past week from the Franklin and Brentwood areas.
Franklin Walking Tours launches with ghost, psychic tours
Franklin Walking Tours launched June 4 in downtown Franklin. The company offers guided tours of the historic downtown area and will also host Psychic Walk tours featuring readings from psychic Deb Lantz, according to owner Alicia King Marshall.
North Italia announces opening date for Franklin location
This will be the second Tennessee location for the company, which offers pizzas, pastas, small bites and hand-crafted cocktails. The first location opened inside The Mall at Green Hills in Nashville.
Where to get free meals from Williamson County Schools, Franklin Special School District this summer
Students who normally get breakfast and lunch at school will have the option to continue receiving meals this summer through Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School District.
Deadline approaching for Brentwood's best ash tree contest
The contest will award up to $1,500 for residents who submit photos of Ash trees as well as the locations of the trees.
Portion of Franklin Road to be renamed in honor of Brentwood officer Destin Legieza
The road portion, to be named the Officer Destin Legieza Memorial Highway, will stretch from West Concord Road to Murray Lane, near where the vehicle accident occurred.
Wendy Sturges contributed to this report.