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Tomato lovers sample varieties, talk gardening at tomato event Tomato lovers sample varieties, talk gardening at tomato event

A small group of tomato enthusiasts gathered to sample this year's tomato harvest, plucked from the Carnton Plantation garden at the inaugural Tomato Tasting Extravaganza Monday night.

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  • Tomato lovers sample varieties, talk gardening at tomato event Tomato lovers sample varieties, talk gardening at tomato event

    A small group of tomato enthusiasts gathered to sample this year's tomato harvest, plucked from the Carnton Plantation garden at the inaugural Tomato Tasting Extravaganza Monday night.

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  • Be accountable, say thanks, Blackburn advises Women in Business Be accountable, say thanks, Blackburn advises Women in Business

    US Congressman Marsha Blackburn encouraged the Williamson Chamber's Women in Business to ask for accountability, say thank you and "color outside the lines" at Tuesday's monthly luncheon.

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  • 'Kellytown' Native American village may be saved 'Kellytown' Native American village may be saved

    Pat Cummins has had to rebury more than 1,000 of his Native American ancestors. As President of the Native American History Association, he said he is not going to allow the roughly 500 graves at Kellytown add to that number.

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  • GM announcing new vehicle production Wednesday GM announcing new vehicle production Wednesday

    General Motors Plant Communications Manager Kristy Bergstrom confirmed Tuesday that the company will hold an important press conference Wednesday regarding new vehicle production at the Spring Hill facility.

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  • Franklin road projects Roundtable focus Franklin road projects Roundtable focus

    Williamson Chamber's monthly Public Affairs Roundtable discussion Monday morning concentrated on the City of Franklin's road infrastructure in progress and upcoming.

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Westhaven Golf Club major overhaul almost done

Franklin's Westhaven Golf Club has only been open since 2009, but in a short period of time it has undergone major transformations that members hope will help make for a better golfing experience.

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New constructions permits, fees near $650,000

Nearly 600 building permits and fees valued at almost $650,000 have been issued by Franklin officials for residential and commercial development in the first half of this year, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen was told Tuesday night.

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City of Franklin to honor Judge Taylor
City of Franklin to honor Judge Taylor
Judge Taylor

The City of Franklin will honor Judge Murrey Thomas Taylor Tuesday afternoon in City Hall, to celebrate Taylor's 27 years of service as the municipal court judge in the City of Franklin with general session's jurisdiction in Fairview since 1987.

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LCWC asks for awareness, public involvement
LCWC asks for awareness, public involvement

The Literacy Council of Williamson County met in Cool Springs for a Tuesday morning breakfast with School Superintendent Mike Looney to raise awareness about the service organization.

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Franklin domestic disturbance suspect freed
Franklin domestic disturbance suspect freed

A Franklin man charged with beating a woman and her baby and preventing her from calling police has posted a $25,000 bond and been freed from the Williamson County Criminal Justice Center.

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FPD reminding residents to lock car doors

Three car burglaries in one night in Franklin have police reminding residents of the importance of locking their vehicles.

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Nearly 200 trees to be planted in Franklin

Residents who plan on visiting Ft. Granger, Pinkerton Park, and the Eastern Flank Battlefield Park during the fall may see nearly 200 new trees.

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UPCOMING Aug. 25 - 29: This week in your town

Here are meetings this week in your area that may be of interest:

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Clark Oral and Facial Surgery's Students of the Week for Aug. 25
Clark Oral and Facial Surgery's Students of the Week for Aug. 25

Clark Oral and Facial Surgery's Student of the Week highlights accomplishments by the city's outstanding high school students.

Each week, one student from each high school is chosen by their principal to be featured for achievements including citizenship, volunteerism, leadership, academics, and much more.

Click to read the Clark Oral and Facial Surgery's Student of the Week.

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Columbia State offers fall ACT prep courses

Columbia State Community College's Center for Workforce Development is offering an ACT test prep course this fall for Middle Tennessee high school students who plan to take the required national college admissions exam this semester.

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Roundup: Franklin, Indy soccer wins on road; CHS, FHS volleyball earn shutouts; FHS golf splits

See how area soccer, volleyball and golf teams fared in Tuesday night's action.

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WAKM to broadcast Franklin-Clarksville Northeast

WAKM has announced its weekly football show guests and game of the week to be carried over the air on 950-AM and audio live-streaming on the web at wakmworldwide.com or on your iPhone via TuneIn Radio.

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Fall house prep more than slick paint job

As the days begin to grow shorter and the weather dips into cooler temperatures, it won't be long before fall is upon us. With that comes many opportunities to redecorate the home's exterior and give your house a fresh look for the season while keeping damaging weather at bay.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Entertain all your guests at Watkins Creek home
SHOWCASE HOME: Entertain all your guests at Watkins Creek home

This is family living at its finest! 4536 Stagecoach Circle in the Watkins Creek community in Franklin is an open, bright and airy floor plan with all the special features your family is looking for in your next home.

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