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Heritage Ball officials get taste of Sept. 20 edition Heritage Ball officials get taste of Sept. 20 edition

It would be hard to find an event as closely related to the preservation of Franklin’s past, as well as that preservation’s progress, than the annual Heritage Ball each September at the Carnton Plantation.

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  • Heritage Ball officials get taste of Sept. 20 edition Heritage Ball officials get taste of Sept. 20 edition

    It would be hard to find an event as closely related to the preservation of Franklin’s past, as well as that preservation’s progress, than the annual Heritage Ball each September at the Carnton Plantation.

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  • Bacon wins top Franklin Tomorrow honors for volunteerism Bacon wins top Franklin Tomorrow honors for volunteerism

    Ernie Bacon, a retired healthcare executive, former two-term Alderman, and previous president of the Heritage Foundation, has won Franklin Tomorrow’s 2014 top award for community service and volunteer work.

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  • Usually a judge, Sparks hopes to take Fair ‘cake’ Usually a judge, Sparks hopes to take Fair ‘cake’

    Margie Sparks has been a judge at the Williamson County Fair's baking contest for the past two years. This year, she is going to step out of the judge's box and try to show everyone how baking is really done.

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  • ’83-’84 BHS, FHS grads plan ‘shake off maturity’ again ’83-’84 BHS, FHS grads plan ‘shake off maturity’ again

    Graduates from both Brentwood High School and Franklin High School plan to celebrate their 30th anniversary at a special Aug. 23 reunion for both schools.

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  • Competitions kick off as county fair opens Friday Competitions kick off as county fair opens Friday

    Competition at the Williamson County Fair can be some of the most entertaining aspects of the annual event and prospects for the 2014 edition that opens Friday appear to be no different.

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Almost 1,300 vote Thursday; deadline Saturday

A cumulative total of 8,540 voters have made it to the polls since the two-week early voting period for the county general, state primary and local school board elections kicked off July 18.

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School board candidates’ forum now on Home Pages

Footage of a July 28 county school board candidates’ forum has been posted on BrentWord Communications’ four online Home Page news sites so viewers can hear five of the 10 hopefuls discuss local education issues. 

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High Hopes Development adds 4 new members to board

High Hopes Development Center, an inclusive pre-school and pediatric therapy clinic, has added four new members to its board of directors as it observes its 30th year.

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TDOT updates for July 31- Aug. 6

Tennessee Department of Transportation’s update for Williamson County for Thursday, July 31 through Wednesday, August 6.

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Sheriff warns of phony IRS phone scam

Williamson County Sheriff’s deputies today warned county residents about a telephone tax scam from someone who claims to represent the Internal Revenue Service.        

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Calif. women arrested for prostitution in Franklin hotel
Calif. women arrested for prostitution in Franklin hotel

Franklin Police arrested two suspected prostitutes from California at a Murfreesboro Road hotel Thursday night during a special operation.

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Bluegrass dentist hosts free concert tonight
Bluegrass dentist hosts free concert tonight

Terry Comer, a Franklin dentist who has been operating out of the same practice on 310 Third Avenue North since 1985, is going to be hosting a concert tonight in Short Hills Park at 7 p.m.

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Rhythm & Spirit children's programs registration starts Saturday
Rhythm & Spirit children's programs registration starts Saturday

Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) is pleased to announce that the Rhythm & Spirit children’s dance, tumbling and cheer program will offer in-person registration for new fall sessions at the Franklin Recreation Complex, 1120 Hillsboro Rd. and the Longview Recreation Center at Spring Hill, 2909 Commonwealth Dr.

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WCS names new assistant superintendent
WCS names new assistant superintendent
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New review law impacts math textbook adoption

Williamson County Schools Policy Committee will consider how to incorporate the provisions of new textbook legislation in September, school official Tim Gaddis said.

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2 Centennial sprinters compete at national junior olympics

Two runners from Centennial and one Ravenwood competed in the 2014 USA Track & Field National Junior Olympic Championships in Humble, Texas from July 21-27.

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Centennial WR Emanuel Hall commits to Missouri
Centennial WR Emanuel Hall commits to Missouri

Centennial senior wide receiver Emanuel Hall announced on Twitter Thursday that he's committed to play football for the University of Missouri.

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New apartments bring style, urban feel to Franklin, Brentwood
New apartments bring style, urban feel to Franklin, Brentwood

There are several new apartment developments making headway in Williamson County, each hoping to pave its way in how we view and experience modern apartment living, focusing on style and ease.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Durham Manor home offers main level living at its finest
SHOWCASE HOME: Durham Manor home offers main level living at its finest

Magnificent main level living with bells and whistles at every turn is what you’ll find when you see this week’s Showcase Home. Located at 2442 Durham Manor Drive in Franklin, this beautiful property, located on just over one acre, is dotted with mature trees and surrounded by meticulous landscaping. It has all the special features you’ve been searching for – and it’s one and one-half levels – so you can finally leave the incessant stair climbing behind.

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