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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
ICV acquires Outpatient Imaging Affiliates

ICV Partners has acquired Franklin, Tennessee-based Outpatient Imaging Affiliates , a provider of outpatient radiology services. The sellers were OIA's founder Frank Kyle and MedCare Investment Funds , a family office.

Construction at Harpeth Square sprouts in downtown Franklin

Developer of Harpeth Square development Rod Heller and Harpeth Associates Chief Operating Officer Steve Bacon stand at the construction site, overlooking Second Avenue. The project is slated for completion by May 2019.

Mayor Moore says bill to decrease future pollution in Harpeth undermines city efforts

Nashville legislators have proposed a bill, House Bill 2614, they claim would protect Franklin and surrounding counties from future increased pollution of the Harpeth River that could occur due to the expansion of Franklin's wastewater treatment plant. However, the city disputed the claim in a media announcement released last week in response to a press conference held by the sponsors of the bill Rep. Bo Mitchell, D-Nashville, Sen. Jeff Yarbro, D-Nashville, and co-sponsor Rep. John Ray Clemmons, D-Nashville.

DAR spring luncheon to feature Pat Kerr

Welcome spring by joining friends at the Old Glory Spring Luncheon and ' The World of Pat Kerr". This event will be held April 3 from 11:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. at The Factory at Franklin.

BrighStone raises more than $100,000 with Music That Touches the Heart

BrightStone's headliner, Michael W. Smith, at the 16th annual Songwriters Night in Liberty Hall at The Factory at Franklin. BrightStone's 16th annual Music That Touches the Heart benefit held Feb. 21 in Liberty Hall at the Factory at Franklin featured Michael W. Smith, who performed along with several other award-winning songwriters including Gordon Kennedy, Rob Arthur, Saul Zonana, Tim Nichols and Neil Thrasher.

Little Sprouts Consignment Sale this weekend

More than 100 feet of like new toys for boys and girls age infant to pre-teen are for sale this weekend at the semi-annual Little Sprouts Children's Consignment Sale. More than 100 feet of like new toys for boys and girls age infant to pre-teen are for sale this weekend at the semi-annual Little Sprouts Children's Consignment Sale.

American Idol' contestant shares journey, Franklin connections

Local music artist Carly Moffa is a contestant on the singing competition show "American Idol." The show returns March 11 at 7 p.m. on ABC.

Franklin's Charge awarded grant to preserve Spivey land in Franklin

Eric Jacobson, CEO of the Battle of Franklin Trust, leads the dedication for cannons placed in July at Carter Hill Battlefield Park. Franklin's Charge has received a $630,000 grant from the Tennessee Historical Commission and Tennessee Wars Commission to preserve the Spivey Tract in Franklin.

First annual CreativityFest in Franklin March 31 is proud to host its first annual CreativityFest event at the center's retreat location in Franklin on Saturday, March 31, from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. It will be a celebration of creativity and wonders of springtime in Tennessee through live music, art, well being, preventative medicine, environmental education, relaxation and rejuvenation. CSS is excited to offer a live art opportunity during festival day for artists to create works in the theme of sustainability.

Lotz House partnering with Red Cross for blood drive

Lotz House is proud to partner with the American Red Cross for a blood drive on Sunday, March 18, for the Franklin community. "The Lotz House is honored that the Red Cross asked us to partner with them again on their blood drive," said J.T. Thompson, Lotz House executive director.

Looney retains attorney, court date rescheduled for March 27

Williamson County Director of Schools Mike Looney speaks to reporters Thursday afternoon about the decision to close schools Monday so the district can review safety plans. Williamson County Director of Schools Mike Looney has retained attorney Mark Puryear of Puryear, Newman + Morton in Franklin to represent him, concerning an assault charge brought against him recently by the Franklin Police Department.

Cathy and Loy Hardcastle named recipients of Ed Moody Award of Excellence

Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee recently announced Cathy and Loy Hardcastle as the recipients of the sixth Ed Moody Award of Excellence. The Ed Moody Award of Excellence honors the revered Williamson County businessman who helped establish the Franklin Boys & Girls Club in 1989.

Barn quilt art among unique works at March Art Scene

Over 15 sites across downtown Franklin participate in the event, which is hosted by the Downtown Franklin Association as a "tour of the arts." Nashville artist Kelly McCormack displayed her barn-style quilt art at the Williamson County Archives Center.

Deer Run Camps & Retreats

Deer Run offers premier camps for kids, age 5 to 18, AND family camps for parents, kids of all ages and grandparents. Experience days filled with outdoor fun, discover strengths, explore adventures, forge friendships, complete challenges and create life-long memories! Deer Run is a traditional, Christ-centered nondenominational camp on 100 scenic wooded acres just ten miles south of historic downtown Franklin.

History of black churches can point to a growth spurt in late 1800s

First Missionary Baptist Church on Natchez Street was formed in 1870. The property on which it currently stands was sold to Deacons Ephraim Otey, Lewis Johnson and Andy Smith, who purchased the land on which it currently stands from Althea Thomas for $65.

CHS loses $2 billion in final quarter of '17

CHS, the parent company of Lutheran Health Network, this week reported an annual loss of more than $2.4 billion, with more than $2 billion of the total coming in the fourth quarter.

New proton therapy cancer facility in Franklin to give patients new hope for treatment

Rep. Jack Johnson, R-Franklin, received an Impact Award for his efforts in bringing the Provision Cares facility to Franklin. Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson and Johnson attended the Provisions preview tour and pre-opening ceremony.

On Stage: A totally 'Bogguss' show worth seeing

Suzy Bogguss recently wrapped up a U.K. tour with Jerry Douglas for the " Transatlantic Sessions ," and now is embarking on a stateside tour featuring a select number of dates in the Northeast with her new trio. One of those dates will be March 1 at the Sellersville Theater .

Cheers! New Downtown Franklin Rotary club mixes fun with service

While service clubs in the U.S. struggle with growing memberships, the newest Rotary club in Williamson County has grown at record levels, and the club has not even celebrated its one-year anniversary yet. Thanks to the brainchild of Franklin resident Lawrence Sullivan, the new Downtown Franklin Rotary club was conceived.

Murder, opioids and a terrorist plot provide core of local author's latest mystery

Franklin author Tom Collins signs a copy of his fifth Mark Rollins mystery, a book called "Diversion," which takes a sobering look at the opioid crisis in Tennessee and the rest of the nation. Franklin author Tom Collins signs a copy of his fifth Mark Rollins mystery, a book called "Diversion," which takes a sobering look at the opioid crisis in Tennessee and the rest of the nation.

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