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Up to 40 of the area's most delicious culinary offerings on wheels will converge onto downtown Franklin for the annual Eat the Street Food Truck Festival on May 9. The culinary entrepreneurs will line Main Street and portions of Fourth Avenue from 5 9 p.m., offering gourmet entre's, deserts and icy treats to hungry attendees.
Many parents had been speaking out about this change for weeks. Despite that, for many parents, their children will still be changing schools in a couple of years.
Owners Tina and Russ Sullivan bring their bassett hound Holly to a $10 rabies clinic Saturday at Chapman's Retreat Elementary School to get her annual vaccine.
Williamson County Schools Board of Education will vote on the final zoning plans for Mill Creek Elementary, Mill Creek Middle and Nolensville High at its meeting tonight.
FirstBank recently announced that Mary Lankford Benson has joined the institution as Financial Center Manager at its downtown Franklin location in the Historic Five Points Post Office.
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 for the local Republican Primary, set for May 6, began April 16 at the Williamson County Administrative Complex in Franklin.
Jeremy Gourley announced that he's running for Town Court judge. He is a 35-plus years resident of Smyrna and Rutherford County.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. A new scam in Middle Tennessee has been targeting users of a very popular reloadable prepaid card called a Green Dot MoneyPak.
An Easter egg hunt was held at Napier Elementary Enhanced Option School , just down the street from News 2's studios.
A 16-year-old Rutherford County boy has been charged with aggravated animal cruelty after stabbing and killing his pet dog Tuesday.
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.
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.