The TMA Group presented TranSystems’ Cool Springs Multimodal Transportation Study to the City of Franklin Board of Mayor & Aldermen during their work session on Aug. 25. Between 2004 and 2013,Cool Springs average daily traffic increased 13%. Traffic east of I-65 increased 26%! Job growth is expected to continue in the near future as well, according […]
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From the City of Franklin… for more info visit http://franklintn.gov In 2013, 45% of crashes in Williamson County involved licensed drivers between 15 and 24 years old, and traffic collisions are the leading cause of death for teens in the U.S Because of these two things combined, Franklin Police and local businesses have teamed up […]
Trucks, equipment, and vehicles of all shapes and sizes will gather at Jim Warren Park where children of all ages, with parent supervision, will be welcome to touch, climb-on, and explore these amazing pieces of equipment. Music, inflatables, and fun will also be available to round out the free family event. Food will also be […]
With construction of the new multi-purpose equestrian arena officially underway at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm, Friends of Franklin Parks is within striking distance of completing the fundraising campaign. Franklin Synergy Bank, Infiniti of Cool Springs and Tennessee Equine Hospital have all committed to multi-year major gifts, and the organization has kicked off a […]
One of the things that makes a great songwriter is their ability to be a great storyteller. Suzy Bogguss, a Country Music Association (CMA), Academy of Country Music (ACM) and Grammy Award-winning vocalist, has proven herself to be just that. So, it is no surprise that her latest project, “Lucky” features 12 songs written by […]
The cold wind in the air was no match for the warmth in the hearts of the folks gathered under a tent Wednesday, Feb. 13 on Columbia Avenue in Franklin. They were gathered to celebrate a $1.85 million milestone – the conveyance of what has come to be known as the Cotton Gin Property. The […]
Just last week came news that Money magazine in August would rank Williamson County as one of the country’s top 25 counties in terms of job growth and it seems the CNN/Money editors have found something else they like in Williamson County — Franklin. Today, news broke that Franklin was ranked No. 66 on the […]