While most of Franklin was waking up and eating breakfast, multi-county law enforcement agencies were engaged in a highspeed pursuit that lasted for 52 miles. The pursuit began at roughly 8:30 a.m. this past Friday.
The Franklin City Council has agreed to hear a proposal from Howdy Enterprises for trash service to be provided to city residents and businesses. Currently, the City of Franklin collects trash using two maintenance employees under Brandon Roark, the Water & Sewer Superintendent.
The Franklin Lions traveled to Troy last Friday night and came away with a convincing 42-27 win over the Trojans. The Lions used a dominant rushing attack and a swarming defense to give head coach Mark Fannin his first career win.
Scrappers 10U Baseball Bake sale was a homerun on Saturday, September 12, 2020 at the Farmers Market Main Street. Nick with the Coffee Shop enjoyed hanging out with the team.
After missing a week due to COVID-19 concerns, the Franklin Lions returned to action last Friday night and dropped a 37-8 decision to the Cameron Yoemen in non-district action.