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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
Franklin Woman Killed In Crash

According to a Tennessee Highway Patrol report, Candace J. Sands, 71, of Franklin, Tennessee, died Thursday, June 7, at the scene when her convertible "topped a hill on Highway 70 near mile marker 27 and lost control in a curve." Sands' car, which had the top down at the time, then went off the road, traveled through a barbed wire fence and came to rest in a field.

Recent Franklin graduate receives recognition from Alpha Lambda Delta honors society

Emily Gabhart of Franklin, Tennessee recently graduated from the University of Montevallo and was awarded the Alpha Lambda Delta senior certificate. Eligibility for membership in ALD is based on students having a grade point average of 3.5 or better during their first semester of college while enrolled full-time.

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban Just Discounted Their Tennessee Farm

It's hard to complete with Celeste Wright's glassy Monterey mansion on Big Little Lies , but Nicole Kidman's IRL homes aren't too bad. Kidman, who is currently in Big Sur filming the second season , and her husband, country singer Keith Urban, maintain a rather hefty real estate portfolio.

Commentary: Driving teens and other scary things - anybody got a bumper car for sale?

Jean Simmons is a Franklin resident, nurse and published author who won a Janice Keck Literary Award from the Williamson County Public Library in 2014. She can be contacted at jean_simmons@hotmail.com Jean Simmons is a Franklin resident, nurse and published author who won a Janice Keck Literary Award from the Williamson County Public Library in 2014.

Commentary: More things you remember

Dr. Lucas G. Boyd is the retired principal of Battle Ground Academy. He lives in Franklin and may be contacted at coondogspress@bellsouth.net .

Children celebrate their fathers at Smith Preschool

Children at Smith Preschool in Franklin talked to the Williamson Herald about what makes their dad special. Answers ranged from good cooking, including Spaghetti O's ,to keeping their family safe.

Upcoming Blackberry Jam offers family fun and entertainment for all ages

Summertime brings longer days, family excursions and relaxation, and there is no better way to spend a Saturday in late June than sitting by the river and catching the music of The Blackberry Jam. This year's Jam, presented by Scouts Pub, takes place on Saturday, June 23, from noon-10 p.m. with multiple acts throughout the day.

For many artists, porches of Porchfest are ideal liftoffs to musical careers

That, in effect, is how The Mosleys got their start at performing. And now the duo of Stephen and Rachel Mosley is booked at the seventh annual Porchfest at Westhaven Saturday, June 16, from 3-7 p.m. The Mosleys will be among nearly 70 musicians playing on porches that serve as stages during the event.

Williamson County honoring Alzheimer's Awareness Month

Williamson County Sheriff Jeff Long has agreed to have his sheriff deputies wear purple ribbons during the month of June in honor of Alzheimer's Awareness Month in Williamson County and the City of Franklin. The agreement comes after a proclamation read by Mayor Ken Moore at the May 22 Franklin BOMA meeting declaring June as Alzheimer's Awareness Month.

Central Tennessee Division heads to Old Hickory Lake

Tennessee Division will hold its last tournament of the 2018 season on Old Hickory Lake in Hendersonville, Tennessee on Saturday, June 16, 2018. Boats will launch from Sanders Ferry Park at 513 Sanders Ferry Rd., Hendersonville, TN 37075.

Franklin man found dead in Harpeth River identified

The Franklin Police Department identified the deceased man found in the Harpeth River this weekend as, Jason Reaves, 42, of Franklin. "Based on investigator observations and the assessment of the doctor who performed the autopsy this morning, Mr. Reaves' death is believed to be accidental," Warner said.

Mood at Lutheran improves

The Journal Gazette Amber Girardot, a CT technologist at Lutheran Hospital, operates a CT scanner used for trauma patients.

Kayakers discover body of Franklin man in Harpeth River

Detectives in Franklin are investigating after kayakers near the Chestnut Bend subdivision discovered a body in the Harpeth River Saturday at 8:20 a.m. Preliminary identification of the deceased has been made but is not being released to the public, pending next of kin notifications.

June Art Scene focuses on furry friends

Franklin Art Scene returned last Friday to celebrate canine companions and the one-year anniversary of Better Cities for Pets, a partnership with Mars Petcare. In honor of the partnership, Mars Petcare sponsored a photographer at Outdoor Classic Structures for visitors and their four-legged friends to take an animal portrait.

Disqualified by GOP, 63rd House candidate forges ahead as write-in

Write-in candidate Raeshawn Sanchez, 63rd House District, faces Rep. Glen Casada, R-Thomspon's Station, in the Aug. 2 primary. Write-in candidate Raeshawn Sanchez, 63rd House District, faces Rep. Glen Casada, R-Thomspon's Station, in the Aug. 2 primary.

Westhaven Porchfest showcases residents' talents

The Seventh Annual Porchfest, to be held Saturday, June 16, in the Westhaven community in Franklin, showcases the talents of nearly 70 musicians on porches that serve as stages during the event. A broad spectrum of talent, from teen singers from Florida and Hendersonville to a local Franklin rock band and a Memphis reggae artist, will perform on porches throughout the neighborhood.

Country Music Hall of Famer Charlie McCoy and the Legends Jam to headline Blackberry Jam

Every summer, the Blackberry Farm on Blazer Road in Franklin comes alive for one magical event, lightning bugs light the sky, and festival-goers relax, dance and visit as music fills the air. This year's event on Saturday, June 23, presented by Scouts Pub, is no different but promises to be one of the most memorable on record as the festival celebrates its 15th Jam with a special headliner: Country Music Hall of Famer and Grammy Award-winning legend Charlie McCoy and his Legends Jam.

Parks Realty first tenant to sign lease with downtown Franklin's Harpeth Square

Seated are Marie and Bob Parks of Parks Realty with Rod Heller, chairman and CEO of Harpeth Associates. Standing are Danny Anderson, managing broker at Parks Realty, Steve Bacon, COO of Harpeth Associates and Russ Haynes, vice president of finance Harpeth Associates.

DFA to launch - Franklin Local' program in July

From left: Jason Collins, owner of Juice Bar Franklin; John Bond of Twin Graphics ; Joni Cole, co-owner of GRAYS on Main; Nell Anne Crowe; Alan Simms; and Downtown Franklin Association Main Street Program Director Kristy Williams. From left: Jason Collins, owner of Juice Bar Franklin; John Bond of Twin Graphics ; Joni Cole, co-owner of GRAYS on Main; Nell Anne Crowe; Alan Simms; and Downtown Franklin Association Main Street Program Director Kristy Williams.

Franklin author's new book deeply explores Tennessee's slave history

Bill Carey's book can be found at Barnes & Noble and Landmark Booksellers in Franklin and at Parnassus Books in Nashville, among other places. This ad from 1852 is for the sale of 10 slaves in front of the Williamson County Courthouse, where slave trades were often held before slavery ended.

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