Fulin's Asian Cuisine, located at 3046 Columbia Ave., Ste. 102, Franklin, closed effective July 30.
Locally owned home decor store Vintage, TN will host a live auction Aug. 2 featuring home decor and furniture from the shop as well as from Goodall Model Homes.
Renasant Bank will open a new branch Aug. 12 at 815 Columbia Ave., Franklin, according to an employee at the …
Dry Goods opened July 27 in the CoolSprings Galleria at 1800 Galleria Blvd., Ste. 1240, Franklin, on the …
Seventh Sense Botanical Therapy opened a kiosk inside the CoolSprings Galleria at 1800 Galleria Blvd., …
Officials with the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development announced July 29 that Red Collar Pet Foods will expand operations in Franklin, investing $3.65 million and creating 30 new jobs in the Franklin area.
The United Way of Williamson County hosts its annual Big Backpack Giveaway on July 27 to help families in Williamson County get ready for the first day of school.
Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson, downtown restaurateur Joni Cole and volunteers from Graceworks Ministries Inc. were among the winners announced during the 13th annual Exemplary Community Volunteer Awards presented by community nonprofit Franklin Tomorrow on July 24.
The Franklin and Brentwood areas are home to a number of businesses offering frozen sweet treats to enjoy …
Blo Blow Dry Bar opened July 26 for a soft opening at 1556 McEwen Drive, Ste. 130, Franklin, in the Whole …
Brew kombucha, free happy hour, dress like a superhero: 4 things to do in Franklin and Brentwood this weekend, July 26-28
There are several events taking place in the Franklin and Brentwood area this weekend, here are a few to add …
As students prepare to return to school in August, shoppers can save money on select items during Tennessee's annual sales tax holiday this weekend, July 26-28.
CycleBar is slated to open a new location in Maryland Farms at 205 Franklin Road, Ste. 100, Brentwood, in late August, according to a social media post from the company. The fitness studio offers cycling classes for all fitness levels set to music as well as themed classes.
Located in Cool Springs, House of India is a family affair, owner and operator Ranjit Singh said.
Symphony Assisted Living and Memory Care will open in January at 1020 Harmony Hills Drive, Franklin, near Hobby Lobby.
Williamson County mayor addresses property tax increase, impact fee, election turnout in State of the County speech
Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson updated a conference room full of business and community leaders on the property tax increase, educational impact fee and other county news at the State of the County event July 24.
The Tennessee House Republican Caucus met July 24 to nominate a candidate to replace state Rep. Glen Casada, R-Franklin, who announced his resignation from the House speaker role earlier this year. State legislators will meet Aug. 23 for a special session to name a new speaker.
Owners Craven Thomas and Gregory Akin opened their Brentwood home furnishings store The Snooty Fox nine years ago, taking the inspiration for the name from a now-closed dress shop in Memphis, Thomas said.
Mitsubishi Motors North America announced July 24 that its temporary office will be located in the Spaces co-working office at 3401 Mallory Lane, Ste. 100, Franklin, according to a press release.
Local nonprofit Tucker's House will celebrate its 10-year anniversary with "Tunes for Tucker," a concert event to be held Aug. 24 at The Factory at Franklin, 230 Franklin Road, Franklin.
The 65-and-up population is one of the fastest-growing segments in Williamson County, which is leading to a need for more skilled caregivers, more senior services and more long-term care options, including affordable senior housing.
You may have heard in late June that Gov. Bill Lee has called for a special session Aug. 23, but if you are not familiar with legislative procedures, it may be unclear what this means.
Every visitor, resident and employee who drives to downtown Franklin on any given day has at least one thing in common: They must find one of the city’s more than 1,800 parking spots in order to enjoy Franklin’s shops, office space, restaurants and other amenities.