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Franklinites fairly calm with wine on grocery store shelves Franklinites fairly calm with wine on grocery store shelves

Shoppers greet debut of new law without much fanfare.

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'The Hill' property use still not clear for nonprofits
'The Hill' property use still not clear for nonprofits

Franklin leaders are still undecided on what they want to see for a piece of city property that overlooks Bicentennial Park and Hillsboro Road.

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Don't forget: Voter registration deadline is July 5
Don't forget: Voter registration deadline is July 5

Tuesday, July 5, is the last day to register to vote in order to participate in the upcoming Aug. 4, 2016, Republican and Democratic State Primary and Williamson County General Election.

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New director steps in as county consolidates emergency 911 operations
New director steps in as county consolidates emergency 911 operations

New response center on Beasley Drive will handle operations for county and Franklin.

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Williamson Business PAC endorses candidate for District 65
Williamson Business PAC endorses candidate for District 65

The Williamson Business PAC announced Thursday its endorsement of one Franklin candidate for the Tennessee's 65th House District seat.

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Liquor store owners brace for the impact of wine in grocery stores
Liquor store owners brace for the impact of wine in grocery stores

In the shadow of Publix, a Franklin liquor store owner expects to continue to stand tall despite the law changing Friday to allow for the sale of wine in grocery stores.

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Construction started again on Moores Lane assisted living facility
Construction started again on Moores Lane assisted living facility

Crews have restarted their work on an assisted living facility on the corner of Moores Lane and Franklin Road after having to take a brief pause.

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Detailed new statewide 911 mapping system earns national recognition
Detailed new statewide 911 mapping system earns national recognition

Next Generation 911 better supports mobile phone technology.

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Tip leads to arrest of credit card fraud suspect
Tip leads to arrest of credit card fraud suspect

Thanks to a tip, Franklin Police have identified the suspect in a bank surveillance video as 25-year-old Jonisia Morris, of Millington.

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July made cooler by Parks and Rec pool fun
July made cooler by Parks and Rec pool fun

Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) is offering special patron appreciation days and pool activities at its four outdoor pools during July.

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Williamson County Fair partner wins lifetime achievement award
Williamson County Fair partner wins lifetime achievement award

Jimmy Drew, whose company sets up the Williamson County Fair midway, was named to the industry's Hall of Fame and earned the group's Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Too much testing? Local educator part of state task force on student assessment
Too much testing? Local educator part of state task force on student assessment

Tennessee students spend 11 to 12 hours, or one percent of the school year, taking the state-required TCAP assessments.

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Finishing touches going on new Nolensville campus
Finishing touches going on new Nolensville campus

With the official ribbon cutting in July, Nolensville High and both Mill Creek schools are in the final stages of completion.

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Franklin High grad misses qualifying for Olympics by three spots
Franklin High grad misses qualifying for Olympics by three spots

Franklin High School graduate Christina Bechtel competed in the finals of the women's 200-meter butterfly at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials Thursday, missing the U.S. Swim Team qualifications by just three spots.

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Williamson sports fans can now buy prep tickets through app
Williamson sports fans can now buy prep tickets through app

Starting this fall, Williamson County Schools fans can buy their tickets online or through the sports conference app before they ever arrive to the stadium.

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An Artist's Window fundraiser features over 80 visual, performing artists
An Artist's Window fundraiser features over 80 visual, performing artists

Full Service Insurance and Waves, Inc. hosted the 10th Annual An Artist's Window on Friday, June 17 at Rolling Hills Community Church in Franklin.

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Brentwood Library to celebrate Harry Potter's birthday with Quidditch games
Brentwood Library to celebrate Harry Potter's birthday with Quidditch games

The Brentwood Library's Chamber of Knowledge is celebrating Harry Potter's birthday on July 31 with a party and series of Quidditch matches.

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

The Holt family just returned from a lovely beach vacation.

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

Two weeks ago I had another of those "Remember-where-you-were-when-(insert event)-happened?" moments. This time it was the tragic mass murder in Orlando.

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Franklin-based Realtor honored after making 344 transactions in 2015
Franklin-based Realtor honored after making 344 transactions in 2015

A Williamson County Realtor was recently recognized after she completed an astounding 344 individual transactions in 2015.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Beechs Tavern Trail home offers private getaway
SHOWCASE HOME: Beechs Tavern Trail home offers private getaway

For those home seekers looking for a private getaway, the home at 1111 Beechs Tavern Trail is the perfect fit.

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