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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
Ann Jackson Gallery to bring - Secret Art of Dr. Seuss' to Factory

For over 60 years, Dr. Seuss's illustrations have brought a visual realization to his fantastic and imaginary worlds. However, his artistic talent went far beyond the printed page and yet, to this day, his Secret Art Collection is virtually unknown to the general public.

Williamson County High School Rodeo to ride again April 8-9

The sophomore event for the Williamson County High School Rodeo Association will be held in conjunction with the Tennessee High School Rodeo Association, Saturday and Sunday, April 8 and 9. This is a competitive rodeo event for high school students. Last year nearly 100 high school students from around the state competed.

Franklin Financial Network Inc (FSB) Stock Rating Upgraded by Zacks Investment Research

The brokerage presently has a $41.00 price target on the financial services provider's stock. Zacks Investment Research's price target points to a potential upside of 9.77% from the company's current price.

Franklin alderman domestic assault case retired with conditions

Franklin Alderman Mike Skinner, 3rd Ward, was arrested Feb. 19 for alleged domestic assault, though the case was retired in Williamson County General Sessions Court March 14. Skinner was arrested last month for alleged domestic assault, a Class A misdemeanor, after he and his wife "were in a verbal conversation that turned physical," court documents alleged. Bail was set at $1,500.

Luncheon kicks off 'One Night Only' efforts

One Night Only Auction Chairs Charlotte Goldston and Trish Munro hosted a lovely luncheon March 15 at Richland Country Club to kick off efforts for the annual Studio Tenn fundraiser scheduled for Friday evening, Oct. 20 in Liberty Hall at The Factory at Franklin. The fantastic auction is online and opens early in October, closing at the end of the evening on Oct. 20. The large auction committee includes Williamson and Nashville notables including Marty Ligon, Daisy King, Anne Goetze, Robert Hicks, Laura Musgrave, Robin Newton, Ryan McCann, Candie Westbrook, Laura Westbrook, Clare Armistead, Ted Clayton, Patsy Weigel and LaRawn Scaife Rhea.

Pikes Pick: Jason Isbell is at it again

Artist Jason Isbell performs at the Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival on Sunday, September 25, 2016 in Franklin, Tenn. Ahead of his third album release in four years, the single "Hope the High Road" was premiered by Entertainment Weekly, which aptly hailed him "Americana music's premier working talent."

Franklin food truck festival returns May 5 at Bicentennial Park

Eat the Street, Franklin's food truck-themed fundraiser, returns for its sixth run on May 5. Since 2012, area food trucks have gathered to serve hundreds of enthusiastic diners, and to support the 21st District Recovery Court. The annual event takes place Friday, May 5 from 5 - 10 p.m. at Franklin Bicentennial Park, located at Hillsboro Rd. and 3rd Ave. North.

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First Farmers announced Zane Martin has joined the bank as a Business Banking/Private Banking Relationship Manager. In his new role, Martin will manage and support the growth of the bank's business banking and private wealth clients in Franklin and Williamson County.

American Health Care Act pulled from House relieves entities receiving Medicaid funds

The American Health Care Act was pulled from a vote today by the U.S. House of Representatives, leaving some Tennesseans who rely on federal health funds breathing a sigh of relief. "This is a disappointing day for us," after the GOP was not able to reach consensus on the health care act after a few revisions.

Farmers Get Heated at the Second Annual Local Farmers' Cha

The farmers at the Franklin Farmers Market will spice things up at the Local Farmers' Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, March 25, 2017. Eight meat vendors will be participating in what has become a free popular event at the market.

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Sarah Tucker's faith has already led her to do some pretty big things. For example, becoming a store owner on Main Street -- at the age of just 21. "After I graduated high school, I went on a mission trip to Haiti," Sarah said.

Franklin Financial Network Inc (FSB) Lifted to Hold at Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "Franklin Financial Network, Inc. is a bank holding company for Franklin Synergy Bank. The Company provides banking and financial services to small businesses, corporate entities, local Governments and individuals.

Masonic Hall using state funding for first phase of historic preservation

Last Thursday, Rep. Charles Sargent and Rep. Steve McDaniel visited the historic Hiram Masonic Lodge in downtown Franklin for a "special tour." "It is always great to see state representatives take an active approach to historic preservation," said Rachel Finch, preservation consultant for the hall.

First Farmers celebrates downtown Franklin location

First Farmers has been a financial institution in Middle Tennessee since 1909, and this week the bank celebrated its first location in the heart of downtown Franklin. The bank celebrated its new location at 121 First Ave. S. Wednesday with a ribbon cutting and luncheon attended by members of Williamson Inc. as well as local community leaders.

Franklin will be all shook up when Nashville Elvis Festival comes to town

Sightings of the pink Cadillac parked on Main Street will mean Elvis is in the building for the inaugural Nashville Elvis Festival at the Franklin Theatre. There will be Elvis sightings at other venues around historic downtown Franklin March 30 through April 2 when 15 "Elvi" from as far as Australia, Brazil and Canada will be in town to participate in the 2017 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist competition.

Hee Haw' star shares musical journey and calls Franklin home

Longtime Franklin resident Joe Babcock spent years on the road with the legendary Marty Robbins, appeared on the show Hee Haw , and most recently won three awards for his current album, Trail Jazz . On the many stages he has performed, including the Grand Ole Opry, he is simply known as "Cowboy Joe."

Williamson Business PAC names Cherie Hammond as new chairman

The Williamson Business PAC today announced the election of Cherie Hammond to serve as the organization's chairman in 2017. Co-founding board member Dennis Norvet, a Franklin resident and vice president of construction firm Skanska, served in 2016 as the organization's first chairman and will continue to be involved as a board member.

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