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Liquor store owners brace for the impact of wine in grocery stores Liquor store owners brace for the impact of wine in grocery stores

In the shadow of Publix, a Franklin liquor store owner expects to continue to stand tall despite the law changing Friday to allow for the sale of wine in grocery stores.

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Vigil for Pulse shooting victims ends on a hopeful note
Vigil for Pulse shooting victims ends on a hopeful note

Around 50 locals gathered at Spring Hill's Harvey Park Wednesday to mourn the loss of life in a mass shooting at a nightclub in Orlando earlier this month.

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Franklin Transit suspending fixed routes, TODD services for July 4
Franklin Transit suspending fixed routes, TODD services for July 4

In observance of Independence Day on Monday, July 4, 2016, the Franklin Transit Authority has announced there will be no fixed route transit or TODD service.

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Metro, Williamson animal centers waiving adoption fees for extended stay pets
Metro, Williamson animal centers waiving adoption fees for extended stay pets

Metro Animal Care and Control (MACC) and Williamson County Animal Center (WCAC) are at it again - this time focusing on extended stay pets.

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City of Franklin accepting applications for government academy
City of Franklin accepting applications for government academy

Learn more about City of Franklin government procedures and decisions that directly affect you by becoming a member of the next Citizens Government Academy.

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New deal to buy A-Game Sportsplex in the works
New deal to buy A-Game Sportsplex in the works

Brookside Properties is close to completing a deal to purchase A-Game Sportsplex at 312 Gothic Court and reopen it as a sports facility.

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Speaker coaches business women on negotiating skills, confidence
Speaker coaches business women on negotiating skills, confidence

Dr. Susan Williams tells women at the Williamson Chamber Women in Business luncheon that women now outnumber men in manager ranks.

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Tip leads to arrest of credit card fraud suspect
Tip leads to arrest of credit card fraud suspect

Thanks to a tip, Franklin Police have identified the suspect in a bank surveillance video as 25-year-old Jonisia Morris, of Millington.

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TDOT Traffic Update: June 30-July 6
TDOT Traffic Update: June 30-July 6

The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation construction update for June 30-July 6, 2016.

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July made cooler by Parks and Rec pool fun
July made cooler by Parks and Rec pool fun

Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) is offering special patron appreciation days and pool activities at its four outdoor pools during July.

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Williamson County Fair partner wins lifetime achievement award
Williamson County Fair partner wins lifetime achievement award

Jimmy Drew, whose company sets up the Williamson County Fair midway, was named to the industry's Hall of Fame and earned the group's Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Columbia State is working on campus gun policy
Columbia State is working on campus gun policy

Full-time employees may carry concealed handguns on campus if they first register with local police.

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Robotics camp in July is for students 11 to 14
Robotics camp in July is for students 11 to 14

Camp will be held at new Columbia State campus in Franklin.

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Franklin grad makes finals at U.S. Olympic swimming trials
Franklin grad makes finals at U.S. Olympic swimming trials

Former Franklin High swimmer Christina Bechtel qualified for the women's 200-meter butterfly finals in the U.S. Olympic swimming trials in Omaha, Nebraska, Wednesday.

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Five CPA, Indy, Ravenwood soccer players named all-state
Five CPA, Indy, Ravenwood soccer players named all-state

Five area soccer players were recently named all-state by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association.

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Cool Springs Barnes & Noble planning Harry Potter party
Cool Springs Barnes & Noble planning Harry Potter party

With Harry Potter's birthday approaching, the Cool Springs Barnes & Noble is planning a countdown to midnight party on July 30.

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TPAC's Broadway season opens with Studio Tenn's "EVITA"
TPAC's Broadway season opens with Studio Tenn's "EVITA"

The Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) launches its 2016-17 HCA/TriStar Health Broadway season in September with a stunning new production of EVITA.

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JULIE HOLT: The Lighter Side
JULIE HOLT: The Lighter Side

The Holt family just returned from a lovely beach vacation.

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BOB MCKINNEY: What I know
BOB MCKINNEY: What I know

Two weeks ago I had another of those "Remember-where-you-were-when-(insert event)-happened?" moments. This time it was the tragic mass murder in Orlando.

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Franklin-based Realtor honored after making 344 transactions in 2015
Franklin-based Realtor honored after making 344 transactions in 2015

A Williamson County Realtor was recently recognized after she completed an astounding 344 individual transactions in 2015.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Beechs Tavern Trail home offers private getaway
SHOWCASE HOME: Beechs Tavern Trail home offers private getaway

For those home seekers looking for a private getaway, the home at 1111 Beechs Tavern Trail is the perfect fit.

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