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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
Caring staff, sense of culture greet Traditions of Spring Hill residents

Part of the staff at Traditions of Spring Hill take time for a photo during the grand opening. From bottom left, clockwise, are Melanie Downey, Chandler Lamb, Howard Hissner, KiJuana Gauff, Lisa Leppke and Beverly Hissner.

Ex-Franklin dance teacher indicted on sex charges involving child

The Predators said they believe Mayor Megan Barry's transit plan is the kind of bold investment the city needs The Vols have named Jeremy Pruitt as the 26th head coach in Tennessee football history. Pruitt comes from the University of Alabama, where h FRANKLIN, Tenn.

Nissan Puts the "World in Motion" Through 24 Years of...

Through a long-term partnership with Nissan Motor Company, SAE International - the global engineering association - has successfully reached over 5,000 students in deserving communities with its A World in Motion science, technology, engineering, and math education program for K-8 students. AWIM is a teacher-administered, industry volunteer-assisted program that brings STEM education to life in K-8 classrooms.

Two former Franklin Police officers booked on official misconduct charges

An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the arrest of two former Franklin police officers, who are charged with misusing the Criminal Justice Portal. On Dec. 4, the Williamson County Grand Jury returned indictments charging former Franklin police officers Britton Douglas Cornell, 25, and Ryan Wayne Dugger, 25, each with one count of Official Misconduct and one count of Official Misuse of Information.

Personal music program has profound impact on Fountains of Franklin residents

Charlie dances with Laurie Evans Ross, the Reflections Memory Care program director at Fountains at Franklin Senior Living, to the music of Elvis Presley, Charlie's favorite music. Roger smiles after he sings his favorite song, "Always," with Laurie Evans Ross, Reflections Memory Care program director at Fountains of Franklin Senior Living.

Bethesda News: Uplifting service given for Franklin High grad who passed away on Thanksgiving Day

Yes, I am writing my column a different week this month. The reason is that there were five Thursdays in November so therefore some of my news would not make it on time.

Drivers enjoy smoother sailing on Hillsboro Road

However, according to city engineers, there are a few pieces of the project that will not be completed until the first of the year, or maybe even next spring. According to Jonathan Marston, city engineer, the first phase of paving the new three-lane roadway from Independence Square to Mack Hatcher Boulevard, including a middle turn lane, has been completed.

Visit Franklin Ambassador Program to return in 2018

The Visit Franklin Ambassador Program will return in 2018 with eight dates, each of which falls on the second Tuesday of the month, from April through November. The half-day training program, which runs from noon-5 p.m., educates people about the various tourism offerings available to visitors to Williamson County.

'14th Annual Ringside: A Fight For Kids' Set For March 2nd, 2018

CAA Agent MADISON LEE will replace CAA's BOBBY CORY, who was recently injured, to fight against UTA's BRYAN VASTANO at the "14TH ANNUAL RINGSIDE: A FIGHT FOR KIDS," which is set to take place at LIBERTY HALL in FRANKLIN, TN on FRIDAY, MARCH 2nd, 2018.

Keith Urban's Tennessee retreat is for sale

K eith Urban and his wife, Nicole Kidman , have put their Franklin, TN home up for sale. The "rustic-luxe rural retreat" is 30 minutes from Nashville and for a cool $3.45 million, it could be yours.

Data shows armed robberies down across Franklin this year

Despite a recent armed robbery in Franklin, police data shows that these types of crimes are down compared to past years. On Saturday morning, the Franklin Police Department says a masked man walked into the Dollar General on Columbia Avenue and held-up the clerk.

Special Franklin Transit Dickens Shuttle to operate Saturday and Sunday

Join the seasonal festivities of Dickens of a Christmas the easy way by parking your car and hopping aboard the Franklin Transit Dickens Shuttle this Saturday and Sunday in downtown Franklin. A one-way ride is only a $1.

'A Studio Tenn Christmas' is coming to town

Bringing good tidings to families everywhere this Christmas season, "A Studio Tenn Christmas" returns to Jamison Theater in the Factory at Franklin for a one-night holiday extravaganza on Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. Serving as Studio Tenn Theatre Company's holiday spectacular, "A Studio Tenn Christmas" is a concert sure to knock your stockings off with the best of Nashville talent. Billed as "a modern take on the vintage holiday special," "A Studio Tenn Christmas" will be serving up slices of holiday nostalgia from every era, whether it's the caroling classics or the glory days of big band.

FrankTalks to focus on new year during Dec. 11 program

The start of a new year always seems to present a time for reflection and goal-setting. The next FrankTalks will focus on 2018 and what our community leaders think the new year will bring.

Jars of Clay to entertain at Dickens of a Christmas

Jars of Clay includes Stephen Mason on lead guitars, Dan Haseltine on vocals, Matthew Odmark on rhythm guitars and Charlie Lowell on piano and keyboards. Jars of Clay includes Stephen Mason on lead guitars, Dan Haseltine on vocals, Matthew Odmark on rhythm guitars and Charlie Lowell on piano and keyboards.

Kiwanis Christmas Parade among the largest

Saturday was a great day for a parade and the annual Kiwanis Christmas Parade, Rockin' Christmas, was a great parade for the day. According to parade officials, this year's event in downtown Franklin was among the largest in the past 37 years.

Franklin man arrested for firing shotgun off his deck Sunday

Officers were called to the 3200 block of McEwen Drive Sunday afternoon after several residents reported seeing a man repeatedly firing a shotgun off his back deck. Responding officers determined that 28-year-old Ryan Ezzell, who had been drinking, fired multiple shots from his deck and that several residents, including children, were nearby.

Go inside Franklin's new $30 million 'athletic resort'

Life Time Athletic Franklin opened the brand's first Nashville-area athletic resort at 5020 Carothers Parkway in early November.

December Art Scene embraces artists and holiday season

The December Art Scene attracted more people than normal last Friday evening, embracing the holiday season. Thousands attended the Christmas Tree Lighting on the Square, and then browsed the variety of artists at over 30 sites in downtown Franklin.

Christmas tree lights up Franklin with holiday cheer

Thousands of guests in Franklin watched as the switch was pulled, unveiling thousands of soft white lights on the tree with a new addition this year - a luminated star on top, courtesy of a philanthropic group of ladies, who call themselves The Snowflakes. Eighty-year resident of Franklin Eunetta Kready of The Snowflakes said it was a joy to bring the star to Franklin atop of the much-loved Christmas tree.

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