In case you missed it, here are some of our top stories from the past week:
Downtown Franklin is well known for its long-standing traditions, including the White Building’s famous NOEL sign.
The historical White Building, built in 1923 at the Five Points intersection has been home to the NOEL sign since the late 1980s. But to look further into the sign’s history . . . Read More
A website that evaluates living metrics ranked the towns and cities of Tennessee by their long-term livability.
Called the “Best Places to Put Down Roots and Live” list, Williamson County dominated, with four of its cities making the top 12 and three in the top four.
See if you agree with their rankings and assessments . . . Read More
In September of this year, a long unmarked grave in the Mt. Hope Cemetery in Franklin was finally given a headstone.
Sixty-seven years ago last Monday, Rosa Mary Dean was found on the cold morning of Dec. 12, 1949, behind the old Franklin High School gym on West Fowlkes Street with her throat slashed and nearly decapitated . . . Read More
This week emergency responders were dispatched to a 3-vehicle injury crash involving a school bus in Westhaven . . . Read More
The county held a referendum that, for all intents and purposes, was decided before it was even called. But now, officially, one of the biggest residential projects in county history will begin the planning process in Thompson’s Station . . . Read More