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Franklin is located about twenty miles south of downtown Nashville, Tennessee in Williamson County. Founded in 1799 by Abraham Maury, Jr., the city was named after Benjamin Franklin. Franklin was a close friend of Dr. Hugh Williamson, for whom Williamson County was named. For 180 years of Franklin's existence, the town was one of the wealthiest towns in Tennessee. However, after the Civil War the entire area was devastated and it was not until 120 years later that it regained its economic level.

Population: 41842
Local Newspapers: Franklin Review Appeal Nashville Scene
Local Sports Teams: Nashville Predators (NHL) Nashville Kats (AFL) Tennessee Titans (NFL)
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Zip Codes associated with franklin, tennessee: 37027 37064 37067 37069 37179
Towns/Cities near franklin, tennessee : Brentwood Pasquo Thompson's Station Arrington

Franklin News
The Battle of Franklin Trust postpones Civil War lecture

The Battle of Franklin Trust has postponed "Our Civil War and a New Discussion," a lecture led by Eric A. Jacobson and scheduled for Aug. 24 at Academy Park. In light of controversies surrounding monument removals, the Trust hopes to speak on current events, changing interpretation and what is in store for the future of Civil War history when the topic is not overshadowed by these current events.

Visit Clarksville announces Miss Tennessee USA and Miss Tennessee...

Applications are now being accepted from young women throughout the State of Tennessee who would like to compete in the 2018 Miss Tennessee USA and Teen USA Pageants in Clarksville, October 12th-14th, 2017. Miss TN USA Allee-Sutton Hethcoat from Franklin and Miss TN Teen USA Megan Ski Hollingsworth from Lewisburg are the current title holders, both crowned in Clarksville at their respective pageants in October, 2016.

Mandolin Duets: Volume One at Music City Roots

Young Nashville mandolinist Casey Campbell is making quite a name for himself, not only as a fine player, but also as a savvy music entrepreneur. His current album, Mandolin Duets: Volume One , is a case in point.

Childhood literacy important to one community organization

Several pages bound together has planted a seed of opportunity and knowledge for more than 300 children across the Middle Tennessee area through the efforts of one local woman and her passion for promoting literacy. Recent Belmont University graduate and Brentwood resident Casey Enright pursued an idea that all started in 2015 as junior in a college history class.

A memorable eclipse from the past makes the big screen

Next Monday, on Aug. 21, at 1:27 p.m., a total solar eclipse crosses over a narrow swath of Middle Tennessee. Nashville, the largest city in its path, will be getting an eagle eye view of the sun blacked out by the moon.

Menu Maker's free lunch opening goes a long way

The first curious customers sauntered over to Menu Maker's soft opening last week to find out what they would be eating for a free lunch offered by the new eatery in Franklin. Hungry lunch-goers were met with dessert first provided by Dignified Desserts displayed shelf-by-shelf in a bookcase presentation of bite-sized chocolate truffles and pastries, such as Boston cream pie and crA me bruleA©.

Two-part symposium coming to Lotz House

The Lotz House announced the Civil War house museum will host a two-part symposium reflecting on the "Forgotten Battle of Franklin-Dec. 17, 1864," as well as the "10,000 Secrets Unearthed," the largest caches of Confederate bullets ever unearthed in Middle Tennessee. "We're excited to bring this topic to Civil War enthusiasts, because while we focus the story of the Battle of Franklin on the events leading up to and during the Nov. 30, 1864 battle, we don't often hear about the forgotten Battle of Franklin held Dec. 17," Lotz House Executive Director J.T. Thompson said.

Former Hospital Management CEO Shows Entrepreneurs and Executives how ...

I ran a for-profit corporation based on principles from the Bible and succeeded. -- Joe Greene Contact: David R. Shepherd, 615-476-3297, FRANKLIN, Tenn., Aug. 16, 2017 / Christian Newswire / -- Hospital management pioneer and CEO Fellowship founder, Joe Greene, challenges Christians who are starting or currently running businesses to look to the Bible for success in operating their enterprises.

Miley Cyrus pays $5.8 million for 33-acrea

The 6,869-square-foot home has five bedrooms, four bathrooms and two half baths plus a three-car garage. Miley Cyrus pays $5.8 million for 33-acre Williamson County property The 6,869-square-foot home has five bedrooms, four bathrooms and two half baths plus a three-car garage.

FSSD, City of Franklin partner to develop concept for green space, facility upgrades at four schools

The Franklin Special School District Board of Education met Monday to discuss two property concept plans that would impact four schools in the district, partnering with the city of Franklin. "We are excited about the possibility in working with the city of Franklin," FSSD Director of Schools Dr. David Snowden said.

Group unites for vigil in support of those hurt, killed in Charlottesville

The message of most attendees of a vigil held on Public Square in Franklin Monday was "there needs to be more love." A group gathered in "solidarity" to remember those harmed and one killed in the Charlottesville rallies last weekend when a counter protestor was hit by a car that rammed into a crowd of protestors.

Raise the Roofs sold out; polo match tickets still available

Tickets to enjoy a polo match and evening food, drink, live entertainment and a live and silent auction at the upcoming Raise the Roofs have sold out, Franklin organization Friends of Franklin Parks announced Monday. However, for the first time in the event's six-year history, general admission tickets are still available to watch the polo match.

Sex offender jailed after park exposure

On Aug. 12 at 4:30 p.m., officers were summoned to Pinkerton Park after a suspect exposed himself near the playground while he propositioned two teens. Officers scoured the area and located 41-year-old Mario Buchanan, of Franklin, on S. Margin Street.

TN Indivisible 7 to hold vigil Monday in Franklin

The Williamson County group TN Indivisible 7 will hold a vigil Monday night at Franklin Public Square from 5 to 8 p.m. "to stand in solidarity with Charlottesville after this weekend's horrible event," joining other such groups around the nation tonight who "stand with Charlottesville." Earlier Monday, Franklin Police Department Public Information Officer Lt.

Gentrification of Natchez area: Want to get involved? Join the community conversation

Southern Exposure Magazine and its sister publication, the Williamson Herald , will host a Town Hall meeting August 17 from 6 - 8 p.m. at First Missionary Baptist Church, 113 Natchez St. in Franklin on the gentrification of the Natchez Area. We will have key community leaders involved and affected by the issue to speak including, Mayor Ken Moore, Pastor Kevin Riggs, Derwin Jackson of the Franklin Housing Authority and more.

GOP's Bill Lee calls for more school choice in Tennessee

In this Aug. 6, 2017 photo, Republican gubernatorial candidates Bill Lee, left, and Beth Harwell appear at a GOP fundraiser in Franklin, Tenn. Lee said on Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017, that he supports more public money to be spent on private school tuition around the state.

An Enchanted Evening' planned to benefit Bridges Domestic Violence Center

Bridges Domestic Violence Center will host its 18th Annual Jokers & Jackpots Gala on Saturday, Aug. 19, from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. in Liberty Hall at The Factory at Franklin. Attendees are encouraged to wear masquerade costumes and masks to celebrate this year's theme, An Enchanted Evening at the Masquerade .

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