The Franklin Chamber of Commerce is looking for financial support from the community to purchase new office space.
While marked by all the usual trappings of red-white-and-blue-infused color guards, antique cars and patriotic speeches, last week’s Veterans Day celebration in Franklin was a bit more sparse and a bit more somber than typical of the annual event.
Sarah Miller has a glowing personality and limitless energy when it comes to pursuing her passion.
Fourteen Macon County charities are vying for a piece of Franklin’s $40,000 nonprofit funding pool, but not all organizations will walk away with their full request.
A meeting to talk about wilderness started off with a bang last week when a group of pro-wilderness folks who had showed up hopeful of putting a bug in Congressman Mark Meadows’, R-Cashiers, ear were asked to leave.
Franklin Health & Fitness has invested a lot in its community, and in return, the community has been able to invest in its health.
Many rumors were put to rest Monday night as Ingles Market representatives laid out the plan for its newest grocery store in Franklin.
Franklin is one step closer to outlining a plan to provide better connectivity throughout the town for pedestrians and bicyclists.
Taking a right off East Main Street, just before crossing the bridge into downtown Franklin, you pull onto Lakeside Drive and keep your eyes peeled. You know Currahee Brewing is somewhere around here, but where? It must be behind that large warehouse sitting alongside the Little Tennessee River.
And it’s just in that moment you realize Currahee is the large warehouse looming over you.
The town of Franklin’s website is a great example of a small town going the extra mile to encourage public participation in local government.