Franklin, TN (May 22, 2017) – Local business owner, MyRanda Jones was joined by family, friends and special guests to celebrate the groundbreaking of Kiddie Academy of Franklin – the educational child care provider’s first Academy in Tennessee – on Thursday, May 18. The ceremony marked the official beginning of construction at the company’s new 100 Westwind Court […]
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Join Davis House Child Advocacy Center for a night of great music to help raise money and awareness in the fight against child abuse in your community, featuring songwriters Lee Thomas Miller, Wynn Varble, James Otto and Mac Davis. WHEN: Friday, May 26, 2017 at 7:30pm (5:45pm-7:00pm Meet & Greet available) WHERE: The Franklin Theatre […]
4 – 6 p.m.Tuesday, May 23 Leiper’s Fork Distillery 3381 Southall Rd., Franklin Join us for our summer Women in Business mixer with an evening of networking. Signature drinks by Leiper’s Fork Distillery with a complimentary food tasting and live music by Micahel Lesousky provided by Puckett’s. Sponsored by Williamson, Inc. Register at williamsonchamber.com.
NASHVILLE, TN (05/12/17) – Boys & Girls Club’s RBI (Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities), a youth outreach program designed to promote interest in baseball while increasing the self-esteem of disadvantaged children, will open the 2017 season tomorrow at Looby Park (2301 Metro Center Boulevard, Nashville, TN 37228). The day will begin with the Parade of […]
On Thursday, May 11, 2017, Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee will host the Steak & Burger Dinner a fundraising event supporting the Fairview and Franklin Clubhouses. The Steak & Burger Dinner includes dinner (steak for kids and mouth-watering hamburgers for adults), entertainment, and a silent auction. Inquoris “Inky” Johnson, former University of Tennessee […]
Franklin, TN- The cast and crew of Studio Tenn have requested Mayor Moore to do a cameo in their production of the musical comedy, Monty Python’s Spamalot. Maybe it was Moore’s Happy music video performance, or his Carpool Karaoke last year for his State of the City video, but Moore’s talent will prove valuable to […]
(Franklin, Tenn.) – March 28, 2017 – Seven generations after the beginning of the Civil War, another wave of volunteers is about to descend on America’s storied battlegrounds – only this array of dedicated men and women will be armed with paint brushes and gardening gloves. On Saturday, April 1, history buffs and preservationists […]
FRANKLIN, Tenn. (February 28, 2017) Hard Bargain Association, a grassroots non-profit dedicated to preservation, affordable housing and revitalization of the historic African-American Hard Bargain neighborhood, is gearing up to host their Annual Celebration Dinner on Thursday, March 9 at the Factory in Liberty Hall. Doors will open at 6:15 PM for a silent auction, appetizers […]
This week, during roll call at Police Headquarters, Franklin Police Chief Deborah Faulkner promoted Detective Brigham Van Hook to Sergeant. “Sergeant Van Hook has demonstrated admirable skill and heart in his tenure with the FPD,” said Chief Deborah Faulkner. “His promotion to Sergeant will allow him to continue his extraordinary service to our Department and […]
Pollo Campero, the world’s largest Latin Chicken restaurant brand, announced it has inked a deal to open the first Pollo Campero restaurant in Tennessee. Campero has signed franchisee Sosa Properties, LLC, giving it the rights to open the first Pollo Campero franchise in the Nashville area. Sosa Properties owner Alberto Sosa, who currently owns Nashville’s […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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. […]