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CBS Sunday Morning to air Franklin segment Sunday, Nov. 30 CBS Sunday Morning to air Franklin segment Sunday, Nov. 30

CBS-News Sunday Morning reporter Martha Teichner will air her report featuring Franklin battlefield preservation efforts at 8 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 30, she told Home Page Media Group Friday.

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  • CBS Sunday Morning to air Franklin segment Sunday, Nov. 30 CBS Sunday Morning to air Franklin segment Sunday, Nov. 30

    CBS-News Sunday Morning reporter Martha Teichner will air her report featuring Franklin battlefield preservation efforts at 8 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 30, she told Home Page Media Group Friday.

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  • BOMA asked to front $1.5 million for Carter Hill Park land, then own deed BOMA asked to front $1.5 million for Carter Hill Park land, then own deed

    Local preservationists have asked Franklin officials to consider fronting $1.5 million to help buy property beside the historic Carter House to help add to the Carter Hill Battlefield Park.

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  • Holiday Shopping guide now online 24/7 at FHP Holiday Shopping guide now online 24/7 at FHP

    With the arrival of November, it's time to start considering holiday gifts and making entertainment decisions. Franklin Home Page invites you to browse its 2014 Holiday Shopping & Entertainment guide, which launches today. Please check back to see new stories as they're added.

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Black Friday shoppers flock to CoolSprings Galleria
Black Friday shoppers flock to CoolSprings Galleria

Thousands of holiday shoppers hit the CoolSprings Galleria mall for Black Friday sales despite the long lines and traffic.

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TDOT Traffic Update: Nov. 27 - Dec. 3
TDOT Traffic Update: Nov. 27 - Dec. 3

The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation weekly update for Nov. 20 - Nov. 26.

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HRWA-City of Franklin differ on state's report on water removal
HRWA-City of Franklin differ on state's report on water removal
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The Harpeth River Watershed Association and Franklin aldermen remain at odds over a state Division of Water Resources letter which appears to absolve the city of HRWA's claims about how local drinking water is collected and produced.

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Franklin Transit Authority awarded funding for bicycle share program

The Franklin Transit Authority has been awarded grant money from the Active Transportation Program for seeking to advance bicycling and walking in the city, according to a news release from the Transportation Management Association.

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Franklin Fire Marshal issues annual turkey fryer safety tips

Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires - frying poses greatest risk.

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FPD identifies apartment burglary suspect with help of DNA evidence
 FPD identifies apartment burglary suspect with help of DNA evidence

The Franklin Police Department has indicted a suspect for a series of apartment burglaries in February after DNA evidence linked him to the scene of the crime, according to a report from the FPD.

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150th anniversary of Battle of Franklin events this weekend
150th anniversary of Battle of Franklin events this weekend

Beginning Friday, anniversary tours, reenactments, blood drives and historian dinners. You won't want to miss these special activities, many of which are free to the public.

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Small business advocate urges buyers to shop small Saturday

As shoppers prepare for an exciting weekend, Tennessee's Small Business Advocate Richard Wilson encourages customers to join the 'shop small' movement, according to a news release from the Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury.

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County School board puzzled over reasons teacher leave
County School board puzzled over reasons teacher leave

During a recent work session, the Williamson County Board of Education discussed ways to fully understand why some educators leave the school system.

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WCS shares comprehensive student programming report

Williamson County Schools has recently compiled a report breaking down student programming, improvement areas, and district achievement over the past and current school years.

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Basketball: Franklin boys cruise past Page; FHS girls edge Harpeth Hall
Basketball: Franklin boys cruise past Page; FHS girls edge Harpeth Hall

Franklin High School hosted Page High School Tuesday in the final game of the FHS Thanksgiving Classic after the Rebels knocked off Columbia and the Patriots were defeated by Cheatham County the night before.

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Basketball Roundup: BGA's Allison Cowie hits 1000-point mark; Indy boys down Oakland
Basketball Roundup: BGA's Allison Cowie hits 1000-point mark; Indy boys down Oakland

BGA sophomore girls basketball player Allison Cowie scored her 1000th career point against Spring Hill Tuesday.

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Williamson County residents open up homes for the holidays
Williamson County residents open up homes for the holidays

Home tours, open houses, charity show homes and other opportunities to unleash your inner voyeur are popular any time of year. But the holiday season ups the ante even more, especially in Williamson County.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Beautiful European-style home a must-see
SHOWCASE HOME: Beautiful European-style home a must-see

Quality, community and security combine to make this exquisite European-inspired home a must-see contender if you are shopping for a new Brentwood home.

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