Williamson County takes over Tennessee Renaissance Festival; Franklin flower shop endures over 5 decades and more top news

The Tennessee Renaissance Festival returns in May. (Courtesy Tennessee Renaissance Festival)
The Tennessee Renaissance Festival returns in May. (Courtesy Tennessee Renaissance Festival)

The Tennessee Renaissance Festival returns in May. (Courtesy Tennessee Renaissance Festival)

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Williamson County to manage 2022 Tennessee Renaissance Festival

The Tennessee Renaissance Festival has returned for its 36th year; however, this year marks the first festival presented by the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department.

Franklin flower shop owner's family business is in sixth decade

Shea Freeman, owner of Freeman’s Flowers and Gifts, said she takes pride in providing the community with a space where customers feel taken care of.


Persimmon Pub: Golf club eatery in Franklin aims for above par menu

After having a career as a golf club professional and then as a sales executive for the Yamaha Golf Car Company, Brooks West said the idea of buying the Forrest Crossing Golf Club in Franklin came along when he was looking for a new challenge.

Huckleberry Brewing Company now open in Cool Springs

Huckleberry Brewing Company opened in mid-April at 600A Frazier Drive, Franklin.

Dee-O-Gee pet supply store coming to Franklin in summer 2022

Dee-O-Gee, a natural pet supply store, will open its first Tennessee location this summer in Franklin’s Town Center at Berry Farms community, according to an announcement from the Boyle Investment Co., which developed the neighborhood.

Wendy Sturges and Martin Cassidy contributed to this report.