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New farmers market in Berry Farms will host Strawberry Festival New farmers market in Berry Farms will host Strawberry Festival

The new Farmers Market at Berry Farms will kick off its inaugural seasonal with a Strawberry Festival on May 19, and will operate every Tuesday from now until October.

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Foundation chairs named for 40th annual Heritage Tour
Foundation chairs named for 40th annual Heritage Tour

A Franklin couple known for their community involvement and preservation efforts will chair the Heritage Foundation of Franklin and Williamson County's 40th annual tour, happening June-7.

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Three incumbents and challenger Travis win seats on Board of Commissioners
Three incumbents and challenger Travis win seats on Board of Commissioners

Three incumbents -- Jill Burgin, Betsy Crossley, and Anne Dunn -- and challenger Ken Travis have been elected to four seats on the Brentwood Board of Commissioners, according to unofficial final results.

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Mayor breakfast creates candid talks for Franklin and county
Mayor breakfast creates candid talks for Franklin and county

Sitting on stage together at Rolling Hills Community Church, both the Williamson County and Franklin mayors shared their insights about the future.

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May 5 brings deadline to drop Hillsboro investigation
May 5 brings deadline to drop Hillsboro investigation

Williamson County Schools has indicated it will not cease an investigation at Hillsboro School, despite the Tuesday, May 5, deadline set by the American Civil Liberties Union of Tennessee.

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FPD arrest second-time DUI offender on Cinco de Mayo
FPD arrest second-time DUI offender on Cinco de Mayo

Franklin police arrested a Murfreesboro man who is free on bond after an arrest Tuesday night led to his second driving under the influence charge.

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Franklin Fire announces winner of video contest
Franklin Fire announces winner of video contest

Lilian Grace Keen, a 15-year old Centennial High School student, won the grand prize winner for Franklin Fire Department's Youth Video Challenge contest.

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Memory loss group invites new members to join

The Sunny Day Club that supports people in early stages of memory loss is inviting new members to join.

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Girl Scouts congratulate 10 winners of the Gold Award
Girl Scouts congratulate 10 winners of the Gold Award

Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee congratulates 10 girls for winning the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouting.

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WCS says 'thank you' to students entering the service
WCS says 'thank you' to students entering the service

Williamson County Schools honored several dozen students entering the United States military after graduation with a Tuesday evening celebration.

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Williamson County education roundup
Williamson County education roundup

Here is a compilation of recent schools activities throughout Williamson County:

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Indy's Pierce named 11-AAA soccer offensive MVP

The All-District 11-AAA soccer team was recently announced and an Independence Eagle received a top honor.

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Burger Up Athlete of the Week May 4
Burger Up Athlete of the Week May 4

Each week, four to six athletes will be honored by Burger Up and Franklin Home Page as Athletes of the Week. A male and female athlete will be chosen from each school. Alternating schools are featured each week including Battle Ground Academy, Centennial, Franklin, Independence and Page High Schools. Click Read More to see who was chosen for this week's Athletes of the Week.

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Nolensville Farmers' Market officially opens for season
Nolensville Farmers' Market officially opens for season

The Nolensvilel Farmers' Market opened for the season Saturday on a bright, sunny afternoon.

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Franklin TV star reveals behind the scenes of Larry's Country Diner
Franklin TV star reveals behind the scenes of Larry's Country Diner

Renae Johnson, the waitress in the TV series "Larry's Country Diner," sifts through her time working for the show in her new book "Diary of a Waitress."

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Ice storms affected some home builders, but not others
Ice storms affected some home builders, but not others

While Middle Tennessee is known for its natural beauty and reasonably mild winters, the beginning of 2015 left all of us warm-blooded Southerners a little chilly.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Tuscan style and luxury is focus of this Westhaven home
SHOWCASE HOME: Tuscan style and luxury is focus of this Westhaven home

The breathtaking Tuscan style home at 1105 State Boulevard will be the perfect home for you and your family to relax and enjoy each other's company.

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