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The annual festival returns to Franklin’s The Park at Harlinsdale in September. Ticket prices range from $130-$975; however, prices are expected to increase as tickets get closer to selling out. Tickets can be bought at www.pilgrimagefestival.com .
Nolensville-based brewery Mill Creek Brewing Co. will move into its newest taproom and brewery in Franklin in the coming weeks, taking over Mantra Artisan Ales' location at 216 Noah Drive, Franklin, according to an Aug. 20 release from the company.
The music starts at 10 a.m. each day of Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival and goes on all day, according to the newly-released schedule.
Mitsubishi Motors North America is having a job fair Aug. 27-28 for 150 positions, according to a release from the company.
Boosters, budget cuts, commendations: 3 highlights from Williamson County Schools' first board meeting of the school year
At the first school board meeting of the new academic year, Superintendent Jason Golden announced that boosters and parent-teacher organizations raised over $10 million for Williamson County Schools last year.
There are multiple opportunities to support a charity at an event in Williamson County this weekend, or you …
TNReady results were released Aug. 15 from the Tennessee Department of Education, and 28 schools in Williamson County were named Reward Schools, the highest honor that schools in the state can receive.
Franklin-based design firm The Innovations Group LLC will host a panel discussion and seminar on health care real estate Aug. 15 featuring speakers from local development groups, project-management firms, construction companies and financial groups.
The Tennessee Department of Education released 2019 TNReady district accountability scores Aug. 15, and Franklin Special School District has received an Advancing designation from the state, the second-highest ranking a district can receive.
Women's clothing retailer A'GACI announced Aug. 8 that all of its locations, including one in the CoolSprings …
Alcohol will be available for purchase at Vanderbilt football games beginning with the 2019 season, the university's athletics department announced Wednesday, Aug. 14.
A new location of Chick-fil-A opened Aug. 14 at 1122 Murfreesboro Road, Franklin. The eatery offers its …
Discussions continued at Franklin City Hall on the planned Southbrooke development during the Aug. 12 Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting, and some residents shared their thoughts on the large housing development planned for Lewisburg Pike.
Franklin officials have approved the city’s updated capital investment program, prioritizing projects such as the Long Lane and Peytonsville Road connector, a new parking lot on 5th Avenue North and a new city hall.
The Cool Springs Boulevard traffic light at the on-ramp for I-65 northbound will now feature a flashing yellow arrow light to help improve traffic flow beginning Aug. 14, according to a city press release.
The Franklin Special School District is trying a new way to help fill teacher absences during the 2019-20 school year.
With the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival just a few weeks away, festivalgoers have long known about the festival's music lineup , however Pilgrimage officials announced Aug. 13 which Nashville-area eateries will also be at the festival, slated for Sept. 21-22.
An ongoing study to examine three north-south corridors in Williamson, Davidson and Maury counties is underway, and officials are in need of public input concerning what traffic solutions might work along the I-65 corridor.
Podcast hosts John Edwards and Zeke Baker of the Nashville-based podcast Dads Drinking Bourbon will be at a bourbon tasting event Aug. 12 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Franklin Wine and Spirits, located at 1400 Liberty Pike, Franklin.
With the heat index expected to surpass 100 degrees Monday and Tuesday, the Nashville Fire Department is offering safety tips to help residents stay cool.
As part of ongoing construction on I-440 in Nashville , the I-440 bridge over I-65 will close the weekend of Sept. 20-23 for a widening project, the Tennessee Department of Transportation announced Friday, Aug. 9.