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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
Mr. and Mrs. AAHS to be crowned at African-American Heritage Society Prom Night

Shedrick and Rochelle Wright, the reigning Mr. and Mrs. AAHS of the African-American Heritage Society, will pass the title to a new couple on July 21 at the third annual Tom E. Murdic Educational Scholarship event. "Prom Night 2018" is a great opportunity for couples and individuals to get together for a night of food, fun, music and dancing while contributing to a good and worthy cause.

Candidate Profile: Rebecca Ann Burke

In 2014, I won a four-way race for State Executive Committeewoman representing Williamson County on the board of directors of the Tennessee Republican Party. I am concluding that four-year term in August.

Fairview High mechatronics wins Program of the Year Award, receives more funding

Fairview student Daniel Key, works on a hydraulic system similar to those found in automobiles to pump oil through various parts to lubricate moving parts and reduce friction as part of Fairview's new Mechatronics Program. Students who complete the three-year college level program and score well on the end of course exam will graduate with both a high school degree and an Associates Degree from Columbia State Community College.

Franklin's Gentry shares stories of WWII and more for Library of Congress

Capt. Dave Hundt U.S.Navy presents Jimmy Gentry with an original handcarved eagle-head walking cane in gratitude for his service to this country. Local World War II hero, Jimmy Gentry meets Raymond Hughes from the Veterans History Project administered by the Libray of Congress in Washington D.C. Hughes recently interviewed Jimmy for a video that will be stored and made available at the National Archives for historians and researchers.

Chefs announced for Southern Whiskey Society event

Franklin-based event company MADE SOUTH recently released the lineup of participating chefs for the second annual Southern Whiskey Society event, to be held Aug. 25 at The Factory at Franklin. The event will showcase nine talented chefs and pitmasters from seven different Southern states creating delicious tasting dishes for guests to enjoy alongside whiskey samples from more than 30 of the region's leading distillers.

FirstBank names new city president in Franklin

Veteran banker and businessman Keely Hall has been named FirstBank's city president in Franklin, with leadership and development responsibility for its Five Points Financial Center. "Keely has shown tremendous leadership during his eight years at FirstBank, and we are proud that his work will continue as city president," Gordon Inman, FirstBank's Middle Tennessee chairman, said.

'I Can Only Imagine' Experience Now Available in a 40-Day Devotional

The journey began with a number one hit song on both Christian and mainstream charts. Next came a biopic blockbuster major motion picture, followed up with a best-selling memoir.

Pet survives Franklin apartment fire as single sprinkler extinguishes flames

A kitchen fire in an apartment Sunday night was extinguished by a single automatic fire sprinkler, allowing the tenant's cat to survive and preventing any injuries to others in the apartment building. The tenant returned home after her neighbors notified her of the fire, according to a news release from the Franklin Fire Department.

Next Leadership Franklin class highlighted by variety of participants

A mix of leaders and officials from both private companies and government offices make up the list of the 2018-19 Leadership Franklin participants that was announced earlier this week. Founded in 1996 to develop leaders in Franklin and Williamson County, Leadership Franklin endeavors to provide class members with knowledge, network connections, and resources to bring new ideas to the table for the community.

Battle of Franklin Trust lecture to focus on Civil War's past, future impact

The Battle of Franklin Trust will host its next lecture series event on Thursday, July 26, featuring speakers Hewitt Sawyers and Dr. Carroll Van West. the lecture will address the impact the Civil War has on Americans.

GOP, Dem rivals raise millions in Tennessee US Senate race

Rep. Marsha Blackburn visits with World War II veteran Clayton Hicks of Franklin at President Trump's rally held in Nashville in late May. Bonnie Garner and Rita Mitchell listen to Phil Bredesen as the U.S. Senate candidate discusses health care at a roundtable in Franklin. Rep. Marsha Blackburn visits with World War II veteran Clayton Hicks of Franklin at President Trump's rally held in Nashville in late May. NASHVILLE, Tenn.

High schoolers ponder multimedia careers at MTSU Innovation J-Camp

Innovation J-Camp student A.J. Hughes takes a photo outside the Bragg Media and Entertainment Building at MTSU. This year's journalism camp for high school students ran July 9-13.

Sargent to receive Business Legacy Award at Franklin Tomorrow's volunteer awards event

Retiring State Rep. Charles Sargent will be the recipient of the Business Legacy Award to be presented Wednesday, July 25, as part of the 12th annual Franklin Tomorrow Exemplary Community Volunteer Awards and Volunteer Spirit Awards, at the Franklin Theatre. The event will begin at 7 p.m. following a 5:30 p.m. reception at F&M Bank on the Public Square for nominees, their families and ticketholders.

Race for governor draws voters to the polls on first day of early voting

Approximately 802 voters cast a ballot as of press time on the first day of early voting in the state primary and county general election, with the offices of governor, state House and Senate, U.S. House and Senate, and the local offices of mayor and county commissioner to name a few on the ballot. According to a few voters exiting the polls, the governor's race and U.S. Senate race initially drew them to the polls.

William Helm "Billy" Walker, Sr.

Billy Walker, Sr. is shown with his family at a J.L. Clay reception in 2017. From left are John, Rob, Louise, Clay and Billy.

The Franklin Tomato Festival offers summer's best

The Franklin Farmers Market will host its eighth annual Tomato Festival on Saturday, July 14, beginning at 8 a.m. Farmers will vie for the best tasting tomato in the popular taste test judged by customers, and children will have many free activities for fun and entertainment. Customers will be in for a real treat with free tomato tasting from local farmers.

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This will be the 44th year for this Grassland community event, considered the biggest backyard party with its menu of all-you-can-eat catfish, hushpuppies, sliced tomatoes, white beans and cole slaw made from a secret church recipe. There will also be live music and a children's play area, as well as a mouthwatering bake sale.

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