Hey, Franklin! Let’s start this Monday with everything you need to know today in Franklin.
First of all, the weather forecast for the day:
Wet with a wandering t-storm. High: 79 Low: 63.
Here are the best stories in and around Franklin today:
- Big changes are coming Franklin factory, which was recently sold to Holladay Properties for $ 56 million. The new owners say they will transform the iconic old stove factory into a “national model of adaptive reuse of industrial structures from the turn of the 20th century.” Holladay plans to create a “small town” with squares, courtyards and alleys, as well as restaurants, shops, entertainment and offices. Nashville architectural firm Central will help Factory reorganize. (Tennessien)
- The Williamson County Heritage Foundation held his 48th Annual Heritage Ball in Franklin This weekend. The black tie event had a nature theme and championed historic preservation in a forest wonderland. About 650 people attended this year’s prom, which was canceled last year due to the pandemic. (Tennessien)
- The Main Street West downtown Franklin house built by Minnie pearl grandparents, William and Ophelia House, is currently for sale, listed for $ 2,750,000. (Source Williamson)
- Sainte-Oie, a new wine and spirits store, opened in Franklin downtown To 134 Second Avenue North in the old Onyx and alabaster site. (Source Williamson)
- The Tennessee Department of Health announced the launch of its second edition Pink and pearl countryside in October and November, raising awareness about breast and lung cancer, respectively, and encouraging routine cancer screenings for residents. (Clarksville online)
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– Sammi Caramela
About me: Associate Editor at Lightning Media Partners and author of “Some Place Like Home”.