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Sports groups go back to court over sudden A-Game closure

Sports groups go back to court over sudden A-Game closure

After finding locked doors and a police barricade at A-Game, representatives of sports groups bumped from the facility have filed a new motion in court.

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Kids, parents chant and march in support of maintaining A-Game Kids, parents chant and march in support of maintaining A-Game

More than 250 people who want A-Game Sportsplex to remain open marched along Mallory Lane on to Gothic Court with signs spelling out their message to save the popular athletic space.

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Youngman joins Community Child Care Center board
Youngman joins Community Child Care Center board

Jason Youngman, Financial Center manager for Fifth Third Bank, Public Square, Franklin, was elected to the board of The Community Child Care Center.

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Transit Academy exposes local participants to the regional picture
Transit Academy exposes local participants to the regional picture

The Transit Alliance of Middle Tennessee kicked off its seventh Transit Citizen Leadership Academy on Wednesday including several in the class from Franklin.

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TDOT to improve Wilson Pike tunnels, Triune intersection
TDOT to improve Wilson Pike tunnels, Triune intersection

With the completion of several traffic studies, TDOT has said both the Triune intersection and two of the tunnels may be receiving traffic lights by 2017.

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Self-driving vehicles, mass transit could be long-term solutions to enable blind drivers
Self-driving vehicles, mass transit could be long-term solutions to enable blind drivers

A bill that's being pushed through the legislature could possibly decrease accidents, DUIs and even enable the blind to drive.

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Four arrested after string of car burglaries in downtown Franklin
Four arrested after string of car burglaries in downtown Franklin
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Two adults and two juveniles were arrested in Franklin after a group suspected of breaking into cars downtown and inside city parking garages was spotted.

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Police seek credit card theft suspect after Walgreens incident
Police seek credit card theft suspect after Walgreens incident

Franklin Police are asking for the public's help to identify a man who used a stolen credit card at a local business.

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SnodgrassKing offering free dental care Feb. 27
SnodgrassKing offering free dental care Feb. 27

SnodgrassKing Pediatric Dentistry is offering free dental care on Feb. 27 at its Cool Springs location.

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Franklin Art Crawl to celebrate fifth year starting Friday
Franklin Art Crawl to celebrate fifth year starting Friday

In anticipation of the Franklin Art Scene's fifth anniversary, a year of celebration will kick off on Friday, Feb. 5.

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Governor promises teacher pay raises for second year in a row
Governor promises teacher pay raises for second year in a row

Gov. Bill Haslam proposed $261 million in new money for public education during his State of the State speech, including $104.6 million for teacher raises.

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Schools to proceed with online testing, but delayed
Schools to proceed with online testing, but delayed

Williamson County Schools will proceed with the online version of the TNReady assessment, but with a two day delay. The testing window begins Monday and will last for four weeks.

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Summit basketball comes from behind to defeat Centennial
Summit basketball comes from behind to defeat Centennial

Summit (17-5, 5-4) overcame an 11-point halftime deficit on the road to defeat the Centennial Cougars Friday.

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Esmon's 27 points lift Lady Spartans past Centennial
Esmon's 27 points lift Lady Spartans past Centennial

The Summit Lady Spartans (11-11, 5-5) vaulted themselves into a tie for third place in District 11-AAA with a road victory at Centennial (17-6, 4-6) Friday night.

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Americana music gets a niche on the United Kingdom's charts
Americana music gets a niche on the United Kingdom's charts

Official Charts Company, in conjunction with the UK Americana Music Association, has launched the United Kingdom's first chart dedicated to Americana music.

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Blind Boys of Alabama perform Friday night at Franklin Theatre
Blind Boys of Alabama perform Friday night at Franklin Theatre

The Blind Boys of Alabama have been touring for decades, and will be making a stop at the Franklin Theatre at 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 5.

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

I was 11 years old the first time my mom made me order my own meal in a restaurant.

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

The 2016 presidential race ramps up today with the all-important Iowa Caucus.

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Winter is coming: Are your pipes protected?
Winter is coming: Are your pipes protected?

Frozen pipes in the home are not pleasant. When winter comes, they can freeze and then burst, leaving a costly problem for homeowners who aren't prepared.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Homey and welcoming Westhaven property searching for a new family
SHOWCASE HOME: Homey and welcoming Westhaven property searching for a new family

SLC Homebuilding's mostly one-level living home, "The Madison" at 9038 Keats Street in Franklin's Westhaven neighborhood, is the elegant combination of modern practicality and traditional design.

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