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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
Looney to visit Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen on funding

Williamson County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney plans to visit the Board Franklin and Alderman tonight during its work session to discuss the possible funding of extending sewer capacity on Henpeck Lane. As cited on its Five Year Capital Plan, the school district is planning to build a new central middle school in rural Franklin off Henpeck Lane but is currently unable to do so without sewer capacity.

Don't Give Up On Your Writing Dream: 5 Tips When Self-Publishing Your Book

It is hard to believe that, at 57 years old, I am on the other side of the book launch for my historical fiction novel, THE WAIT. Standing in front of more than 100 people talking about a lifelong dream I have been pursuing for over 25 years was, in a word, surreal! A week before that, I was in front of Landmark Booksellers in Franklin, Tennessee where 100,000-plus people passed by during the Franklin Main Street Festival and where many stopped for information on my upcoming book.

Freedom Intermediate School' Honors Choir releases 6-song EP

This spring, the fifth and sixth grade Honors Choir at Freedom Intermediate School is showing the Franklin community the high value the school places on the arts by recording the choir's first six-song EP and releasing it as a fundraiser for the music program. Titled This is Why We Sing , the EP is produced by Peter Vaque.

Exclusive: Construction tees up for $25M Lake Nona golf attraction

It's official: Lake Nona's Sports & Performance District is adding a new golf and entertainment element to the mix.

Steward merges with Tenn. hospital system

Steward Health Care System on Friday announced a deal with IASIS Healthcare of Franklin, Tenn. that will make it the largest private for-profit hospital operator in the country.

Candidate takes delivery of first new VW Suv in Chattanooga

Republican gubernatorial candidate Randy Boyd became the country's first customer to drive Volkswagen's new Atlas SUV off a dealer lot Thursday. Boyd was the state's economic development commissioner when he put down his $5,000 deposit on the new model in 2015.

Rotary Rodeo Parade kicks off Rodeo Week

The Franklin Rodeo Parade Color Guard. The parade is a prelude to the Franklin Rodeo this weekend hosted by the Franklin Noon Rotary.

Despite 5 strokes and the aid of a walker, Franklin resident has a determined stride

Bob Trowbridge spends more than two hours each day walking through the Fieldstone Farms neighborhood with the aid of his walker. He often stops to wave to neighbors passing by or to just soak in the fresh air.

Though special effects highlighted state of the city, Moore says excellent services 'no magic'

A pajama-dressed Franklin Mayor Ken Moore snapped his fingers, suddenly appearing in a tuxedo and top hat A - ready to bestow the "magic" of city services upon the residents of Franklin. Moore waved his wand and suddenly a water leak was "magically" repaired, a pothole fixed and trash picked up, during the special video "Municipal Magic" produced by the city of Franklin Communications Department.

WCS school board approves zoning Plan A1, though Stephens Valley heads to Fairview

The Williamson County Board of Education voted 11-1 to approve the district-wide rezoning Plan A1 on Monday, after months of discussion, review, community meetings and a few twists and turns. The WCBOE participated in a three-hour discussion on two amendments to the rezoning plan, including allowing seventh graders in the 2018-19 school year to stay at their home school if that school has capacity and zoning future Stephens Valley residents to Fairview High School.

Franklin Police looking for witnesses to motorcycle crash that killed Franklin man

Franklin Police are seeking witnesses who may have information about actions by anyone involved before, during, or after the motorcycle crash that killed 44-year-old Patrick Sturdivant last Wednesday night. The 50-year-old Nolensville woman who hit Sturdivant was traveling east on E. McEwen when she initiated a lane change, colliding with the eastbound motorcycle that Sturdivant was driving.

College Grove brothers to compete in Franklin Rodeo

The brothers, natives of College Grove, are bareback riders, like their dad, Joey, and will ride at the Franklin Rodeo May 18-20 at the Williamson County Ag Expo Center. Unlike most rodeo cowboys, they got a late start, not beginning the sport till Luke was 20 years old and Houston was 17. Their dad had competed before the boys were born, but they grew up hearing the stories.

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Executives from Williamson Medical Center, the Governor's Books From Birth Foundation and the United Way join Williamson County and city of Franklin leaders to announce and officially kick off the book program partnership with Williamson Medical Center. Williamson Medical Center volunteers Osalene Shelton and Janet Getz prepare The Little Engine that Could books to be given out to newborn babies and their families.

Strawberry cravings were satisfied at Strawberry Festival 2017

Mother's Day weekend brought together many with a strawberry craving to the Franklin Farmers Market, behind the Factory, for its seventh annual Strawberry Festival on Saturday. At least 2,000 people attended according to Amy Tavalin, Market Executive Director.

County school board conflicted about developer's offer with strings attached

The Williamson County Board of Education discussed the pros and cons of a $1.2 million offer from developer John T. Rochford that would fund renovations at Franklin High School for athletics in exchange for a preferential zoning agreement. In return for funds donated to athletics, Rochford, developer of the proposed Stephens Valley subdivision to be located off Sneed Road in western Williamson County, requests that the board zone the neighborhood to the Grassland/Franklin High School feeder instead of the Fairview schools feeder for the next 10 years free from the threat of rezoning.

Watch Paramore Faithfully Cover the Strokes' "Someday"

Paramore 's new album After Laughter is out today, just three weeks after it was first announced. Last night, the band celebrated with an intimate release-night show at Nashville's Exit/In, near where the Franklin, Tennessee-based band played their first-ever show.

Legislators explore unearthed Civil War relics discovered at Federal Line site in Franklin

Steve McDaniel, R-Parker's Cross Roads, Rep. Charles Sargent, R-Franklin, and project manager of the excavation site Jared Barrett listen to Battle of Franklin Trust CEO Eric Jacobson's recount of the Battle of Franklin at The Carter House excavation site of the Federal Line.

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