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Fan's guide to this week's Spring Fling Fan's guide to this week's Spring Fling

Williamson County schools will be represented at the TSSAA Spring Fling state championships in Murfreesboro and surrounding areas this week.

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TDOT suspending road construction for Memorial Day weekend
TDOT suspending road construction for Memorial Day weekend

Motorists won't be slowed down by road construction as they travel Tennessee's highways this Memorial Day weekend.

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City expands One-Stop permitting process
City expands One-Stop permitting process

Every Monday from 9 to 11 a.m. and Wednesday from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., customers who have smaller contracting projects in the City of Franklin can go through the One-Stop permitting process.

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Community leaders face off in burger battle
Community leaders face off in burger battle

Back Yard Burgers has joined forces with No Kid Hungry to celebrate National Burger Month, and on Monday night they held a burger grilling contest.

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Franklin could see guidelines created for public art
Franklin could see guidelines created for public art

How creatives can use the cityscape as their canvas could come under study advised by a new committee to oversee the guidelines for public art in Franklin.

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7 must-try patios this weekend
7 must-try patios this weekend

If you are new to the area or have been in hibernation mode for the last few months, here are some great patios to visit during the upcoming summer months.

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Spring Hill homebuilder John Maher honored at WILLCO Awards ceremony
Spring Hill homebuilder John Maher honored at WILLCO Awards ceremony

Spring Hill's John Maher, who has been building homes in the city for more than 25 years, was honored as Sponsor of the Year at the second annual WILLCO Awards last week.

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Officers talk man off Natchez Trace Bridge
Officers talk man off Natchez Trace Bridge

A Franklin man is getting treatment after crisis negotiators spent nearly four hours Tuesday night trying to convince him to leave the Natchez Trace Bridge.

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Thefts from cars, impersonation incidents happened in Franklin crime last week
Thefts from cars, impersonation incidents happened in Franklin crime last week

Around 45 incidents happened in Franklin crime last week.

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Half Pint Triathlon reschedule date announced
Half Pint Triathlon reschedule date announced

Williamson County Parks and Recreation has announced a new date of Saturday, July 16, for the fifth annual Half-Pint Triathlon at the Franklin Recreation Complex.

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Rock the House Music Jam features Grammy nominees
Rock the House Music Jam features Grammy nominees

On May 27 starting at 7:30 p.m., the Franklin Theatre will host Rock the House Music Jam benefiting the Davis House Child Advocacy Center.

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BGA class of 2016 to receive $7.4 million in merit-based aid for college
BGA class of 2016 to receive $7.4 million in merit-based aid for college

Battle Ground Academy held its graduation on May 15 with 76 students heading on to college with at least $7.4 million earned in merit based aid.

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Brentwood mom spurs Williamson County 'Be Nice' license plate
Brentwood mom spurs Williamson County 'Be Nice' license plate

Available on pre-sale soon, those who love Williamson County Schools have a new way to display that on the back of their car with a new vanity plate.

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Animal center organizes first-ever golf benefit
Animal center organizes first-ever golf benefit

Williamson County Animal Center (WCAC) is teaming up with Cheekwood Golf Club for Caddies & Canines on June 11.

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UBREAKIFIX Athletes of the Week May 23
UBREAKIFIX Athletes of the Week May 23

Click Read More to find out who were chosen for Athletes of the Week.

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Former pastor and Franklin resident Chuck Dennie finds healing in music
Former pastor and Franklin resident Chuck Dennie finds healing in music

Singer-songwriter Chuck Dennie's former life looked perfect from the outside, but then the façade crumbled -- and truth and pain were left in the rubble.

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"Ernest Scared Stupid" to be shown at Franklin Theatre
"Ernest Scared Stupid" to be shown at Franklin Theatre

He's gone to school, jail and Africa, and now one of Ernest's most beloved films is coming back to the big screen for one night only in what promises to be fun for the entire family.

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

If you are over the age of 30, you have probably uttered the words "back in my day" or "when I was a kid."

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

My wife was anxious to tell me "the big news," but she was surprised by my reaction.

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Franklin American Mortgage's Jennifer Rader named in 2016 Elite Women report
Franklin American Mortgage's Jennifer Rader named in 2016 Elite Women report

A Franklin mortgage professional has just been recognized in a list of the industry's female elite.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Find everything you need at Fieldstone Farms home
SHOWCASE HOME: Find everything you need at Fieldstone Farms home

The home at 230 Halberton Drive in Franklin has everything a homeowner could want.

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