Mill House Coffee has plans to reopen its doors to the community on Saturday, Oct. 23.
Franklin-Simpson FFA has partnered with Simpson County Farm Bureau as well as Simpson County Cooperative Extension to present the film Silo to the public on Oct. 22 at 5:30 p.m. at the Franklin-Simpson High School Cafeteria.
The Franklin-Simpson Community Arts Council presents “The Bigger Better Pageant at Barrington Hills” Nov. 19-21 at the Roxy Theatre on South Main Street in downtown Franklin.
Simpson County and nine other Kentucky counties are making the transition in October to a new, secure driver-licensing model, administered by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC), that gives Kentuckians more choices and modern services.
The City of Franklin has partnered with the Franklin-Simpson Planning and Zoning office to create new subdivision regulations that will be enforced within the city limits.
The Franklin-Simpson Planning and Zoning Commission approved a final development plan for a spec building and discussed a conceptual development plan for a mixed-use development at its Oct. 5 meeting.
Franklin City Commissioner Brownie Bennett discusses improvements to an alley near the downtown square during a city commission community walk on Oct. 11. The F-S Arts Council and city combined to make the improvements to the alley located off West Cedar Street.
Above: Franklin City Manager Kenton Powell talks about improvements the city has made in downtown Franklin, including parking, during a city commission community walk on Oct. 11. The first stop on the walk was in a city parking lot on South High Street. Right: Franklin City Commissioner Brow…
The possibility of the Simpson County Detention Center housing ICE detainees was discussed during the Tuesday, Oct. 5 Simpson Fiscal Court meeting.
Work is underway to make the Sandford Duncan Inn on U.S. 31-W, just south of the I-65 interchange, a tourist attraction and a site for future festivals.
Simpson County had 3,031 confirmed COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began in the Friday, Oct. 1 report issued by the Barren River District Health Department.
The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) released its annual School Report Card data on Sept. 29, as required by statute and under the federal, Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
Brother Bobby Roberts, Sr., from New Harmony Missionary Baptist Church, will preach at East Side Missionary Baptist Church on Sunday, Oct. 10 beginning at 6 p.m. The church is located at 210 East St.
The Franklin-Simpson Industrial Authority has recently purchased 187 acres to create a new industrial park for the community.
If you think spring is the best time to take soil samples, you might want to rethink that. Fall is actually the optimum time to take soil samples for fertility analyses.
Simpson Fiscal Court approved the purchase of vehicles for the sheriff’s office, use of credit cards for payment of planning and zoning permitting fees, contracts for the jail and copier leases during its meeting on Sept. 21.
Simpson County Tourism is having its first Hay Bale Trail Contest this fall. The Franklin-Simpson Chamber of Commerce is awarding $350 in chamber gift certificates as prizes for the contest.
The Franklin City Commission and Simpson Fiscal Court recently discussed the need to improve radio communications equipment for emergency service agencies in the county.
LuLu Luxi, located at 1604 Bowling Green Road, celebrated its grand opening with a Franklin-Simpson Chamber Ribbon Cutting. Without leaving Franklin, the community can find hair supplies, including a wide variety of hair extensions, as well as various other beauty items. The store is open Mo…
Simpson County had 2,965 confirmed COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began as of the report issued Friday, Sept. 24 by the Barren River District Health Department.
Local artist Gina Rowland-Paine was selected to paint the dumpsters at each end of the art alley behind the Gallery. The project was sponsored by Gallery on the Square and Franklin-Simpson Community Arts Council working with Franklin-Simpson Renaissance and The City of Franklin and Tammie Carey.
Faith Baptist Church is holding a “Fun for the Whole Family” event Saturday, Sept. 25 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the church at 1008 W. Cedar St.