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Q & A: Comedian Nate Bargatze before his show at Franklin Theatre Q & A: Comedian Nate Bargatze before his show at Franklin Theatre

Comedian Nate Bargatze will have his sold-out first show at the Franklin Theatre May 29, hoping to have a more hometown crowd for the Old Hickory native.

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'Guns in parks' signs arrive for school officials to post
'Guns in parks' signs arrive for school officials to post

The Williamson County School District now has temporary warning signs to advise civilians to not carry firearms in local public parks where school activities are underway.

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State agency approves $109 million proton therapy center for Franklin
State agency approves $109 million proton therapy center for Franklin

Provision Proton Centers on Wednesday received approval from a state agency to build a new proton therapy center for cancer patients on an 11.6-acre vacant lot next to Williamson Medical Center in Franklin.

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New grocery delivery service coming to Brentwood, Franklin
New grocery delivery service coming to Brentwood, Franklin

Brentwood and Franklin residents will have another option for grocery delivery service with Shipt's announcement this week of expanding service to the Middle Tennessee region.

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Committee reduces funds to defend Sturgeon lawsuit to $20,000
Committee reduces funds to defend Sturgeon lawsuit to $20,000

The Williamson County Commission's Education Committee on Tuesday night unanimously approved a reduced amount of $20,000 for Williamson County Schools to contend with a pending civil lawsuit.

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TDOT Traffic Update: May 28-June 3
TDOT Traffic Update: May 28-June 3

The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for the period of May 28-June 3.

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FPD charge driver influenced by aerosol gasses
FPD charge driver influenced by aerosol gasses

Franklin police charged a local woman high on gasses found in aerosol products after she crashed her white SUV into a mailbox on Battle Avenue near Cannon Street.

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Williamson County celebrates a rainy Memorial Day
Williamson County celebrates a rainy Memorial Day

A rainy Memorial Day certainly changed many people's plans, but it could not ruin all of them.

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Soldier's family spurs 5K for second year
Soldier's family spurs 5K for second year

When Franklin native Leslie Ponder's daughter asked her to organize a 5K run to help benefit the children of fallen soldiers, her mom just couldn't say no.

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WCS to no longer administer tech literacy test
WCS to no longer administer tech literacy test

Starting next school year, Williamson County Schools students will no longer be required to take an assessment that tests their basic technology skills.

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Columbia State summer registration still open
Columbia State summer registration still open

Students still have three weeks to sign up for second-term summer classes at Columbia State Community College. The application deadline is Friday, June 19, for new students and Friday, June 26, for returning students.

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Page hires two new coaches

Page High School announced the hiring of two new head coaches Wednesday.

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GCA baseball rides momentum towards switch to TSSAA

The GCA Lions (12-11) won eight of their last 10 games en route to the Middle Tennessee Athletic Conference championship in their first varsity season, and will transition from the Christian schools league to the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association next season.

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Spring Hill Library filled with superheroes for mini comic con
Spring Hill Library filled with superheroes for mini comic con

The 2015 "Every Hero Has a Story" summer reading program at Spring Hill Library, 144 Kedron Pkwy., got off to a power-packed start Friday with a mini comic con.

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Volunteers, runners make Snowball Express a hit
Volunteers, runners make Snowball Express a hit

Hundreds of runners crossed the starting line in the middle of downtown Franklin for the second Snowball Express 5K race Saturday morning at 7:30 a.m.

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Berry Farms continues growth patterns
Berry Farms continues growth patterns

The growth of Berry Farms, the sprawling south Franklin mixed-use community being built by Boyle Investment Company, continues.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Elegant home with a breathtaking view
SHOWCASE HOME: Elegant home with a breathtaking view

If you're looking for a home that's as beautiful outside as it is in, then look no further than 3017 Smith Lane.

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