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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
Fall Events

Josh Ruesewald, a Franklin city employee, takes time on a beautiful fall morning to water plants around the town square. Downtown Franklin should be dressed in its finest in time for the next festival, Pumpkinfest on Oct. 28. A pumpkin weighing over 1,000 pounds will soon be arriving in Franklin from Carlton Place, Ontario, in time for Pumpkinfest on Oct. 28. You can help raise funds for the pumpkin's trip by visiting www.gofundme.com and searching "great pumpkin travel Franklin."

Jackson Moore of Poplar Grove Middle is Goodall Homes Student of the Month

Poplar Grove Middle School teacher Laura Lavery nominated Jackson Moore an 8th grader for the Goodall Homes Student of the month presented by Derby Jones. The eighth-grader from Franklin attends Poplar Grove Middle School and is known not only for being gentleman in academic settings at his school but for also being someone that will carry in the groceries for one of his neighbors.

The Wag: We'll soon be on the road again, and it's looking like it's the beach

Puppy Stout brings his column, The Wag, to the Williamson Herald from The Tennessean where it has appeared for well over a decade. We are delighted to welcome Pup.

Lotz House getting fresh coat of paint in time for battle anniversary

Just a few weeks' shy of the 153rd anniversary of the Battle of Franklin, one of the principal homesteads that stood during that momentous five hours of the Civil War is getting a facelift. The Lotz House, located on Columbia Avenue in Franklin and part of the trifecta of homes that played major roles during and after the battle that was fought on Nov. 30, 1864, is undergoing a full exterior paint job.

For 25-plus years, Gentry's Farm has given community a taste of the farm life

Field trips to Gentry's Farm always include a tour of the farm on wagons pulled by a tractor driven by Allen Gentry. Students from Edmondson Elementary School in Brentwood get a taste of farm life as Cindy Gentry leads them around Gentry's Farm.

The last day for early voting is Thursday for Franklin Ward Aldreman Election

The Franklin Ward Alderman Election voter turnout has already surpassed the previous ward election four years ago, drawing 4.3 percent of the registered voters in Franklin. Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. is the last day to vote early at the Williamson County Administrative Complex, located at 1320 W. Main St. in Franklin.

Franklin Community House provides safe place to start over

Robert Fleming said he is thankful to have a place to recover and get his life back on track after facing a series of difficult life circumstances. If it had not been for Franklin Community Church Pastor Kevin Riggs and the construction of the new Franklin Community House on Natchez Street, Fleming is not sure what would have happened.

On the Move: How will transit in Williamson County take shape?

Bus Rapid Transit Flatiron Flyer in the Denver area has set the stage for transportation in the Denver and Boulder area as part of a comprehensive transit plan. Attendees of the recent Williamson Forward trip to Denver, with a focus on building a regional transit system, seem to be all abuzz about a Bus Rapid Transit system that could take form, eventually, in Williamson County.

Lewisburg Pike resurfacing to start Wednesday

The Tennessee Department of Transportation will be in Franklin this month working on resurfacing Lewisburg Pike from Mack Hatcher to Fair Street. Workers will be present beginning Wednesday, Oct. 18. Traffic will remain open but will be down to one lane at times as the work proceeds.

Franklin Mayor Ken Moore to contemplate running for Blackburn's seat

Franklin said Tuesday that he may run for the 7th District U.S. House of Representatives seat, now held by U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tennessee. Franklin said Tuesday that he may run for the 7th District U.S. House of Representatives seat, now held by U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tennessee.

Emmy-winning film on the Battle of Franklin to be shown at Franklin Theatre

The Emmy Award-winning film "The Battle of Franklin" will be shown at the Franklin Theatre on Sunday, Nov. 5 at 3:30 p.m. The program will include a brief introduction, music by Nashville native Richie Owens and The Farm Bureau, the 74-minute documentary. The event will conclude with a brief panel discussion after the movie, discussing preservation, the film and the history of the battle.

VFW Post to sit out city's Veterans Day Parade, opting to celebrate on Veterans Day

The city of Franklin will hold the annual Veterans Day Parade on Friday, Nov. 10 this year, the day before the official date of the nationally recognized holiday. Some veterans, such as those in VFW Post 4893, quite simply say, "That's not Veteran's Day," and are opting not to attend the parade this year.

Lotz House hosting Book Day to showcase new books

The third edition of "The Lotz Family, Survivors of the Battle of Franklin," a new Lotz House Photo Guide and a first-time coloring book will be featured on Sunday, Oct. 29, from 1-4 p.m. A sidewalk sale will also be held Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 26-28 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. to sell donated items, ranging from lamps and Civil War guns to books and relics. "The Lotz Family" book, co-authored by J.T. Thompson and Robert Z. Carlisle II, tells the story of the Lotz Family and their experiences with success, tragedy, heartbreak and war.

Weekly Analysts' Ratings Changes for Franklin Financial Network

They now have a $43.00 price target on the stock, down previously from $47.00. 10/12/2017 - Franklin Financial Network was downgraded by analysts at Zacks Investment Research from a "hold" rating to a "strong sell" rating.

Franklin Ward Alderman election supasses voter turnout compared to last election

The Franklin Ward Alderman Election voter turnout has already surpassed the previous ward election four years ago, already drawing 2.8 percent of the registered voters in Franklin. As of Friday, 1,318 voters have cast their ballots for the next four ward aldermen to serve on the Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen during early voting.

Fundraising, attendance set new records at 2017 Franklin Wine Festival

A record number of wine lovers and guests savored a wide selection of more than 350 wines, 50 artisan beers and fine restaurant fare all supporting a good cause Friday night at The Factory at Franklin. From champagnes to the deepest cabernets, "there is something here for every pallet," said Sarah Beatty, director of events and communications.

Puckett's accepting holiday catering, restaurant reservations

Downtown Franklin eateries Puckett's Gro. & Restaurant and Puckett's Boat House are accepting to-go holiday catering orders through Sunday, Nov. 19, with a special early bird offer available for those who place their order by Wednesday, Nov. 1. Each restaurants will also host a Thanksgiving Day buffet and are currently taking reservations by phone.

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