A 25-year veteran, Lovell’s work is not limited to the four walls of her classroom. “Whenever you see her class coming down the hall or waiting in line for the cafeteria, they are reciting their multiplication tables, or they are answering trivia questions related to what they are studying at the moment. She is always […]
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The REALTOR® Good Works Foundation of Williamson County is pleased to make available to all Williamson County high school seniors the opportunity to apply for a $2,000 scholarship to use towards their higher education. In addition, a memorial scholarship, the Beverly Collins Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 will be awarded to a deserving […]
In response to the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti this week, United Way Worldwide has been mobilized to accept donations to support the recovery efforts. Gifts will support long-term recovery efforts to rebuild lives and infrastructure devastated by disaster and to address educational, financial and health-related challenges. Donations can be made to the Disaster Fund […]
The Photo: Round bales of hay sit covered with snow on a field of Marshall county farm. January Farmer’s Market Newsletter: Comfort Food bowl of chick soup It’s the season for sneezing. The chilly weather we’ve been shivering through has caused colds, coughs and flu bugs to make the rounds. While it doesn’t take the […]
Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year, I know it is a little early for all of the greetings, but this will be my last newsletter for this year! I hope to have my annual survey available for you to complete next week on-line on my website, and out in the mail a few weeks later. […]
Sasha, a rescued Irish wolfhound, will join forces with the Franklin Fire Department at the “Sasha Wags Hooray to Fire Safety” event on Saturday, December 5, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Factory in Franklin, and families throughout the Middle Tennessee area are invited to attend. The first 100 families attending will receive […]
Welcome to the Local Leaders section! Check out what the mayors and various downtown groups are up to this month! Click here to view the board meetings and minutes.
Barefoot Republic’s 9th Annual Fall Banquet will take place on Tuesday, October 13, 2009 from 6:00- 8:30pm at Fellowship Bible Church in Brentwood, TN. It will be catered by Nashville’s amazing “Vanishing Gourmet” with special performances from some of this years’ campers with great musical talent, testimonies and an auction of premium prizes… including fantastic […]
The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure® Series is the world’s largest and most successful education and fundraising event for breast cancer ever created. The series of 5K runs and fitness walks raises significant funds and awareness for the breast cancer movement, celebrates breast cancer survivorship and honors those who have lost their battle […]
Earn a chance to win a brand-new Honda Fit valued at $16,200 while supporting the work of Mercy Children’s Clinic to provide healthcare for more than 3,000 underserved children from more than 30 counties in Middle Tennessee. Mercy Children’s Clinic and Darrell Waltrip Honda are partnering for “Fit for Mercy”, a car raffle kicking off […]
As the popularity of the annual John Maher Builders Spring Hill Country Ham Festival has grown, so have the attractions the festival offers. Every year new items are added to the day’s agenda to make for an even more exciting day. For the 2009 festival more than 40 craft vendors will be assembled offering everything […]
Reservations are pouring in for the 36th annual Heritage Ball Sept. 26, according to event organizers. Williamson County’s longest-running black-tie party has a new venue this year at Franklin’s Harlinsdale Park, with the theme, “An Evening of Midnight Sun,” paying tribute to the park’s history as a landmark Tennessee Walking Horse farm and the famous […]
Up on the rooftop of the beautiful Jamison Stations Lofts bands will be playing great music for a wonderful cause. On Saturday, September 19th at 6:00 p.m. the Jamison Station Lofts, located at 320 Liberty Pike (across from the Factory at Franklin), will be the site for Jammin’ at the Jamison, a musical event sponsored […]
After spending over 50 years teaching kindergarten children full time in Mississippi, Olive McKenna relocated to Franklin, but could not shake the feeling that something was missing. She needed to get back to the children she so loved to teach and began volunteering at Liberty Elementary School, where she now assists students with extra reading […]
The John Maher Builders Spring Hill Country Ham Festival brings neighbors and friends – both old and new – together. The community event is the realization of a vision to create a signature event that the City of Spring Hill could be proud of. “We wanted to offer the community a chance to enjoy a […]