Franklin Police say approximately $750 was stolen in an armed robbery at Avery’s Kratom Barrel and CBD at 6430 Nashville Road on Nov. 19.
The Franklin-Simpson Planning and Zoning Board of Adjustments approved on Nov. 23 one variance request for Hartland Sign Solutions and tabled the company’s other variance request.
Above: The courthouse gazebo is trimmed in holiday decorations for the season. Right: Light poles near the American and POW/MIA flags outside the Simpson County Courthouse are decorated for the holidays.
Due to the increased number of COVID-19 cases and the strain on public health resources, the Barren River District Health Department announced on Nov. 17 it is no longer conducting contact tracing and issuing quarantine orders on individuals exposed to COVID-19.
People Serving People is preparing free Thanksgiving dinners on Thursday, Nov. 26 at the Boys and Girls Club of Franklin-Simpson on Court Street from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.
The Franklin-Simpson Planning and Zoning Commission voted to recommend approval of three zone change requests during its regular meeting on Nov. 10.
The Gentlemen’s Unlimited Club will be taking applications for families needing assistance with toys and gifts for their children for Christmas.
Simpson Benevolent Masonic Lodge Number 177 is hosting a country ham breakfast on Saturday, Dec. 5 from 7 a.m. until 9 a.m. at 724 Blackjack Road.
The next Food Give Away for the Churches of Christ Food Bank Distributed at Harristown Church of Christ will be Saturday Nov. 21 beginning at 8:00 am. This is a special Thanksgiving Give-Away with all the fixing. It will be drive-by; no contact pick-up. Please, if you are not able to get out…
Simpson Fiscal Court approved second and final reading of one budget amendment ordinance and first reading of another budget amendment ordinance at its special called meeting on Nov. 4.
The City of Franklin will resume disconnections for nonpayment of water and sewer bills and assessing fees for late payments of bills on Jan. 1, 2021.
The Norton Healthcare/UK HealthCare — Stroke Care Network has recognized The Medical Center at Bowling Green with the 2020 “Karpf Award” for its work in improving stroke care and outcomes in the communities they serve and for improving stroke systems of care throughout the state of Kentucky.
Gov. Andy Beshear on Sunday implored Kentuckians, especially those in red zone counties, to follow the recommendations to reduce the spread of COVID-19, with a continued escalation in cases that includes Kentuckys highest test positivity rate in more than half a year and the highest number o…
Not long ago, Ricky Brown, approaching 40 and wanting a raise, decided to go to college. After he earned a degree, his salary increased by 40%.
Two crews left Kentucky on Oct. 29 bound for Amicalola EMC in Jasper, Georgia, according to Warren RECC. The crews will help repair damage and restore power in areas hit by Hurricane Zeta. This marks the third hurricane restoration effort in six weeks for Warren RECC crews.
Due to a recent spike in the number of COVID-19 cases in Simpson County the Simpson County Justice Center is now closed to in-person services for November with few exceptions.
The Franklin City Commission approved a rezoning ordinance and heard first reading of an ordinance amending local planning and zoning regulations at its meeting on Monday, Oct. 26.
Freshman Serenitee Key was crowned Franklin-Simpson High School’s 2020 Football Homecoming Queen prior to the Franklin-Simpson and Glasgow football game at the F-S Football Stadium on Friday, Oct. 30.
Every Tuesday and Thursday, Live The Proof Inc. in partnership with Franklin Presbyterian Church will offer free bag lunches at the Cornerstone Building at 202 West Kentucky Avenue from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.