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By ALEXANDRA MATZKO Hot weather is here, and it feels like the only way to survive the hot, sticky humidity is to show some skin. But maybe, like me, you’re loath to let go of
WILLIAMSON COUNTY ANIMAL CENTER Williamson County Animal Center in Franklin is overflowing with adoptable kittens. Shelter Director, Ondrea Johnson reports that the number of kittens taken in during the first two weeks of June already exceeds
By Caren Poletti Williams, CPM® Financial Advisor and Senior Vice President, Morgan Stanley Your credit score, a 3-digit score ranging from 300 to 850, indicates to lenders the risks they may be incurring in
WALLETHUB Tennessee ranks 14th among states and the District of Columbia for drug use, according to a study released Monday morning by personal-finance website WalletHub. With the Trump administration proposing harsher penalties for drug offenders, the report
By Caren P. Williams, CPM® Financial Advisor and Senior Vice President, Morgan Stanley The deadline for filing your 2017 tax return is April 17, 2018, assuming you don’t file for an extension. If you are
PHOTO: Karen Shayne at her Brentwood home, which serves as the de facto headquarters of the Women Survivors Alliance. By LANDON WOODROOF It was 30 years ago that Karen Shayne got her diagnosis. Thirty years
Leiper’s Fork resident Chris Stapleton, Jack White, Lionel Richie, to headline 2018 Pilgrimage FestivalBrooke Wanser
Pilgrimage Festival co-founder W. Brandt Wood speaks during the festival's launch lunch at the Factory, while co-founder Kevin Griffin watches from offstage.//Brooke Wanser By BROOKE WANSER The founders of Pilgrimage Festival on Tuesday announced the
Keychange is a pioneering international initiative supported by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union which is empowering women to transform the future of the music industry and encouraging industry conferences and festivals to
TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE On-farm wedding venues are filling up fast for 2018, particularly for the fall. The Pick Tennessee farm wedding directory can be the shortest distance from bride and groom to happily ever after.
Schools revisit safety protocols after latest shooting; local law enforcement also responding with trainingmarkcook
Law enforcement officers participate in a Labor Day ceremony on Monday, September 4, 2017, outside the Franklin Police Department Headquarters on Columbia Avenue/ Photo by Brooke Wanser By BROOKE WANSER In the wake of Wednesday’s
PHOTO: In September of 2017, Pilgrimage Festival at Harlinsdale Park saw crowds in excess of 25,000 to see headliner Justin Timberlake / Photo by Brooke Wanser By BROOKE WANSER At Tuesday night’s Board of Mayor
A new study by WalletHub based on U.S. Census data ranks Nashville slightly above the midpoint when it comes to cultural and ethnic diversity, and Franklin slightly below. Other cities in Williamson County were not
By KENDALL GILFILLAN The Super Bowl has had its day, and now it's time to set our sights on the Winter Olympics. In particular, we want to take the time to highlight and celebrate the