2 hrs ago
Krebs crafts strategy for success with loyal customers
But what he didn't bank on was the dramatic national downturn in financial markets that was about to introduce a major pause in the economy for a couple of years.
Trending on the Topix Network
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Habitat Hammers and High Heels fundraiser to host Award-Winning Singer-Songwriters
Buy your tickets now for Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County's fourth annual Hammers and High Heels event, which will be held on Thursday, May 1 at Building 8 at the Factory at Franklin.
Early voting open through May 1
Early voting for the local Republican Primary, set for May 6, began April 16 at the Williamson County Administrative Complex in Franklin.
County archives awarded grant, visited by secretary of state
Rebecca Robinson , assistant to the archivist, Mayor Rogers Anderson, County Archivist Aimee Saunders, County Historian Virginia Bowman, Richard Spencer, member of public records commission, Senator Jack Johnson and Secretary of State Tre Hargett.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Moody's goes all out for customers for 70th anniversary
Jim and Debbie Moody's five granddaughters check out the tire selection this afternoon.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
The Daily News Journal
Jeremy Gourley running for Smyrna judge
Jeremy Gourley announced that he's running for Town Court judge. He is a 35-plus years resident of Smyrna and Rutherford County.
'MoneyPak' Card Scams On The Rise In Middle Tennessee
NASHVILLE, Tenn. A new scam in Middle Tennessee has been targeting users of a very popular reloadable prepaid card called a Green Dot MoneyPak.
Napier Elementary students search for eggs, meet Easter bunny
An Easter egg hunt was held at Napier Elementary Enhanced Option School , just down the street from News 2's studios.
Rutherford County boy charged after killing pet Boxer
A 16-year-old Rutherford County boy has been charged with aggravated animal cruelty after stabbing and killing his pet dog Tuesday.
Judicial races draw financial interest from donors
Four candidates seeking an eight-year term for two Williamson County general sessions judicial posts collectively raised nearly $120,000 during the first quarter filing period - January to March.
Sheriff's office alerts residents to scam
Williamson County Sheriff's Office is investigating a jury duty scam and wants residents to be aware of suspicious phone calls directing them to participate.
Alexander, Crowell share story and song with Williamson, Inc.
Franklin Mayor Dr. Ken Moore, left, welcomes U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander and Jed Hilly, executive director of the Americana Music Association to the Factory.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Housing analysis to be revealed at Mayor's Breakfast
Alderman Ann Petersen chatted with Denver-based BBC consultants Mollie Fitzpatrick, left, Peter Compton, and Heidi Aggeler during the public-input housing analysis meeting at Franklin City Hall in January.
Mt. Pleasant works to recoup backlog of delinquent property taxes
A Mid-State city has a huge backlog of delinquent property taxes and for the first time ever, it is going after the people who haven't paid.
Early voting begins today
Early voting for the local Republican Primary, set for May 6, began this morning at the Williamson County Administrative Complex in Franklin.
Columbia Daily Herald
New fields plan in motion
The YMCA of Middle Tennessee is hoping to develop nearly a dozen soccer fields as well as pavilions, concession stands and walking trails on a 20-acre parcel near the intersection of Derryberry Lane and Rice Road.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
'Guns in Parks' bill dies, schools keep playing in county fields
House Bill 1407, commonly referred to as the, "Guns in Parks," bill, died quietly in the state House of Representatives Finance, Ways and Means subcommittee Monday night for a lack of funding.
Memphis Commercial Appeal
Bill to repeal local opt-out ability on guns in parks dies
The bill won state Senate approval Feb. 13 , but the House version was taken "off notice" in the House finance subcommittee late Monday.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Cleveland Daily Banner
Bradley jobless figure at 6.4%
February unemployment in Bradley County took a slight uptick for the second consecutive month, but the two-tenths of 1 percent rise to 6.4 kept the local mark well below state and national rates, and it remained the lowest in Southeast Tennessee.
Candidate Profile: Neil Cossey
COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES: First Vice-Chair Williamson County Republican Party, Two term President of Nashville Franklin Elks Lodge #72, Masonic Lodge Hiram #7 and past Co-Chair American Cancer Society Charity Shoot.