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Candidates show first signs of campaigning for Franklin aldermen seats Candidates show first signs of campaigning for Franklin aldermen seats

Campaign signage and literature have begun to swirl around Franklin, as four of the aldermanic candidates gear up for their October 27 race.

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Smart Growth America encourages better mobility for Franklin's future
Smart Growth America encourages better mobility for Franklin's future

Franklin Tomorrow's quarterly Breakfast with the Mayors kept its recurrent theme of transportation Tuesday morning, targeting the topic of how residents might want to rethink they ways they move around the city.

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Franklin health care company to spin off hospitals, management company
Franklin health care company to spin off hospitals, management company

Franklin's Community Health Systems, Inc. announced in a news release Monday afternoon that it will spin off one of its stock portfolio that includes 38 hospitals and Quorum Health Resources, LLC.

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Officials say Williamson a target for GOP presidential candidate visits
Officials say Williamson a target for GOP presidential candidate visits

Williamson County is getting a lot of attention from the 2016 presidential candidates this month and into the fall, particularly from the Republicans.

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New Class A office construction to go up in Berry Farms
New Class A office construction to go up in Berry Farms

Just weeks after Boyle announced a Publix grocery store at Berry Farms, the master planned mixed-use community in South Franklin is now set to begin developing the Offices at Town Center in Berry Farms.

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FPD cautions drivers of back-to-school traffic patterns
FPD cautions drivers of back-to-school traffic patterns

Starting Friday, all Franklin school zones will become active as Williamson County and Franklin Special School District students attend their first day of the new school year.

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FPD honors detective who caught bank robber
FPD honors detective who caught bank robber

Franklin Police Department Detective Richard Spaulding has been named Officer of the Month for his work that resulted in the immediate capture of a bank robbery suspect this summer.

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Brentwood students accepted to School of Nashville Ballet summer program
Brentwood students accepted to School of Nashville Ballet summer program

School of Nashville Ballet accepted two young dancers from Brentwood to participate in its Summer Intensive program, where they spent part of their summer developing their ballet technique and performance skills at the largest ballet company in Tennessee.

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The Park at Harlinsdale saddles up for 'Raise the Roof' celebration
The Park at Harlinsdale saddles up for 'Raise the Roof' celebration

More than a dozen restaurants, an acclaimed local songwriter, one-of-a-kind artwork and plenty of equestrian-themed entertainment will greet attendees at the Fourth Annual "Raise the Roofs" on Saturday, August 15 at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm.

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Looney to deliver 'State of the Schools' address Aug. 18
Looney to deliver 'State of the Schools' address Aug. 18

Williamson County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney will give a "State of the Schools" update during Williamson Inc.'s monthly membership luncheon on Aug. 18.

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State task force completes Tennessee Blue Book lesson plans
State task force completes Tennessee Blue Book lesson plans

A set of K-12 lesson plans, developed by a former Williamson County instructor and other Tennessee teachers, have recently become available for online use.

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Golf outlook: Area girls and boys teams hope to build off last season

Area teams are hoping to build in 2015 on various levels of success from the 2014 golf season.

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Golf Roundup: Franklin sweeps Indy; Summit falls to Ravenwood

Franklin's golf teams squared off with Independence Tuesday, while Summit took on Ravenwood.

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Organizers, volunteers hope 2015 fair will be 'wild'
Organizers, volunteers hope 2015 fair will be 'wild'

Organizers of the 11th-annual Williamson County Fair hope guests at this year's fair will be "Wild about the Williamson County Fair" when it begins Friday.

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Heritage Ball theme revealed as 1940s motif
Heritage Ball theme revealed as 1940s motif

The Heritage Foundation for Franklin-Williamson County revealed the theme for its annual black-tie affair in warehouse full of antique and vintage cars at Alexander Automotive.

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

When I was eight, my mom took my step-sister and me to a wedding. Not just any wedding, a full Catholic Mass wedding, with a reception featuring a marble-floored banquet hall, harpist, and champagne fountain.

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BOB McKINNEY: What I Know
BOB McKINNEY: What I Know

There are numerous places I look for column topics, including right here in Brentwood Home Page.

This week I guess I am cheating a bit, grabbing my idea from fellow columnist Julie Holt, who is a generation behind me in her child-rearing.

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Home buyers find sellers control Williamson market
Home buyers find sellers control Williamson market

Potential Williamson County homeowners ready to buy might have found a seller's market with bidding battles and a low inventory.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Beautiful French 'Newcastle' house the pinnacle of comfortable country living
SHOWCASE HOME: Beautiful French 'Newcastle' house the pinnacle of comfortable country living

MODEL HOME FOR SALE! This Championship Boulevard property is every homeowner's dream.

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