February 20, 2018 - Man sentenced for unemployment insurance fraud

A Franklin man has been sentenced to two years probation and has to pay back nearly $14,000 after being found guilty of unemployment insurance fraud. Michael Blackwell, 30, was charged in September in Marion County with three counts of welfare fraud. He was found guilty earlier this month of a felony charge of welfare fraud

February 20, 2018 - Franklin planning meeting on construction projects

The city of Franklin is planning a meeting to discuss a series of construction projects planned for this year. At the meeting, residents will be able to learn more about the what’s planned, city engineer Mark Richards said. The meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at city hall, 70 E. Monroe St. City officials

February 20, 2018 - School seeking alumni hall of fame nominations

Franklin Community High School alumni have a chance to be in their school’s hall of fame. Franklin schools is accepting nominations for its 2018 Hall of Fame. The nominee must exemplify the school district’s guiding principles of communication, individual student growth, collaboration, systemic continuous improvement and trust. The nomination form is available at franklinschools.org and

February 19, 2018 - Council member resigns after domestic battery charge raises concerns

The newest member of the Franklin City Council has resigned, just four days after he was appointed, after the public and Republican Party leaders learned he was facing a criminal charge of domestic battery. Stephen R. Brown resigned on Monday evening, noting that it became apparent that his appointment to the city council created bad

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Local News 2/20/2018

Man sentenced for unemployment insurance fraud

A Franklin man has been sentenced to two years probation and has to pay back nearly $14,000 after being found guilty of unemployment insurance fraud. Michael Blackwell, 30, was charged in September in Marion County with three counts of welfare fraud....

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