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Del Rio Pike residents express worries over new development Del Rio Pike residents express worries over new development

An addition to a Del Rio Pike neighborhood has residents concerned about increased traffic and flooding.

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Election 2016: Brentwood dad, educator wants to keep District Seven seat
Election 2016: Brentwood dad, educator wants to keep District Seven seat

After four years serving on the board for four years, Brentwood's Robert Hullett wants to keep his District Seven seat.

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Local artists to document landscape as vote on Two Farms rezoning approaches
Local artists to document landscape as vote on Two Farms rezoning approaches

A group of local artists plans to use painting to make a statement against the proposed Two Farms at Thompson's Station development.

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Interactive U.S. map picks Franklin as Tennessee icon
Interactive U.S. map picks Franklin as Tennessee icon

Main Street Franklin has earned another national shout-out for its "Main Street values."

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Transit Citizens Leadership Academy aims to advance the discussion
Transit Citizens Leadership Academy aims to advance the discussion

Five Williamson County leaders are among the class of 24.

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Kings Bowl brings entertainment, top-notch food to Cool Springs
Kings Bowl brings entertainment, top-notch food to Cool Springs

A line was wrapped around the building on Monday to enter Cool Springs' newest entertainment venue Kings Bowl America, a 25,000-square-foot center with top-notch food, alcohol, live music and bowling.

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Author Joe Calloway will keynote Williamson, Inc. membership luncheon
Author Joe Calloway will keynote Williamson, Inc. membership luncheon

Joe Calloway, an internationally-known motivational speaker, consultant and business author, will provide the keynote address at the May 17 Williamson, Inc. membership luncheon.

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FPD needs help to identify thief
FPD needs help to identify thief

Franklin Police are asking for the public's help to identify a woman wanted for stealing over $700 worth of merchandise from the Target at 3064 Columbia Pike on April 21.

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Credit fraud, prostitution headline last week of Franklin crime
Credit fraud, prostitution headline last week of Franklin crime

More than 60 incidents of crime happened in Franklin last week.

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Leadership Franklin accepting applications for 2016-17 class
Leadership Franklin accepting applications for 2016-17 class

Completed applications are due on or before May 16, 2016, for the 21st class of Leadership Franklin.

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Thursday: Five Williamson County Cinco de Mayo celebrations
Thursday: Five Williamson County Cinco de Mayo celebrations

Get a wrestling mask, listen to music, taste fine tequila or horchata, or enjoy Mexican appetizers on Cinco de Mayo.

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Election 2016: Franklin dad wants board to refocus, concentrate on smooth rezoning
Election 2016: Franklin dad wants board to refocus, concentrate on smooth rezoning

Franklin's KC Haugh said his focus if elected to the District 11 school board seat would revolve around smoothing the transition of rezoning his top priority.

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Election 2016: Father of four wants to strengthen Williamson schools as board member
Election 2016: Father of four wants to strengthen Williamson schools as board member

While originally moving here to start a church, Franklin dad Stuart Cooper said he wanted to invest into Williamson schools on the school board.

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District 11-AAA softball tournament schedule
District 11-AAA softball tournament schedule

The District 11-AAA baseball tournament begins Thursday, May 5.

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District 11-AAA baseball tournament schedule
District 11-AAA baseball tournament schedule

The District 11-AAA baseball tournament begins on Saturday, May 7.

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McGavock Dinner honors two of Franklin's top preservationists
McGavock Dinner honors two of Franklin's top preservationists

This year's McGavock Dinner on the grounds of Carnton Plantation honored two of Franklin's battlefield advocates who helped secure prime pieces of land.

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"Uncorked" resumes May 17 at Puckett's
"Uncorked" resumes May 17 at Puckett's

Monthly wine-tasting series will focus on pairings, varietals.

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

My inner Mama Bear had to come out for the first time last week.

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

Believe it or not, I don't talk with my friends much about politics.

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Identifying (and getting rid of) spring weeds
Identifying (and getting rid of) spring weeds

Warm weather brings out a few of everyone's favorite things: the smell of freshly mowed grass, daffodils, songbirds ... and weeds.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Beautiful Westhaven home a modern paradise
SHOWCASE HOME: Beautiful Westhaven home a modern paradise

Located on 1707 Championship Boulevard, this stunning four bedroom, three and a half bath home is idyllic for families.

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