School is back in session in Macon County, and students and teachers both in local schools are already getting back to work familiarizing themselves with their schools and digging into classwork.
There will be no lapse in care for pregnant women seeking prenatal care through Macon County Public Health thanks to a new provider contract signed on Aug. 21.
Richard Sneed stood in the shadow of the Nikwasi mound in Franklin on Wednesday afternoon and saw a vision of the future for the historic site.
It’s been nearly two years since Macon County Public Health took over operation of the county animal control shelter.
Don’t throw away those stylish cardboard eclipse shades just yet – the Franklin Girl Scout troop is collecting the glasses to distribute to several countries with upcoming eclipses.