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Large crowd takes part in Battle of Triune re-enactment Large crowd takes part in Battle of Triune re-enactment

The 2014 Battle of Triune Reenactment at King's Chapel in Arrington, Tenn., saw nearly 300 military and civilian re-enactors participate in activities that would have been everyday life for those living 150 years ago.

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Early voting opens today; new voting record technology delayed
Early voting opens today; new voting record technology delayed

Early voting for the May 6 County Republican Primary opens today. For a few brief minutes Tuesday, it seemed like anyone with an Internet connection was going to be able to access the names of those who voted early and what district they live in.

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WMC, education questions dominate Monday candidate forum
WMC, education questions dominate Monday candidate forum

Candidate curiosity brought constituents to Franklin City Hall Monday night for a voter’s forum hosted by The Clapham Group.

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FSSD rethinks district boundary line changes; approves social studies textbooks

A resolution in support of a change to district boundary lines in split neighborhoods was rescinded by members of the Franklin Special School District Board of Education Monday.

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Preservationists hope federal line markers will help visitors envision Battle of Franklin
Preservationists hope federal line markers will help visitors envision Battle of Franklin

The line where Union troops set up fortifications to face the Confederates advancing from the south during the Battle of Franklin 150 years ago could soon be commemorated with concrete historical markers.

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Police seek man who attempted Big Lots robbery

The Franklin Police Department is seeking a man for an attempted robbery at Big Lots on South Royal Oaks Boulevard Tuesday afternoon.

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Sheriff's Office warns against new phone scam

The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is warning county residents about a jury duty scam that has made its way into the country.

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50 artists set to perform during Americana Experience 10-day festival

The lineup for the Americana Experience 10-day music festival was released this morning and includes more than 50 artists in several venues around Franklin and Leiper's Fork in May.

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‘Camp Will’ summer therapeutic day camp registration

Registration for Camp Will, the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department’s summer therapeutic day camp, will be held at the Franklin Recreation Complex on Saturday, April 26, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Tuesday, April 29, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Area schools to host spring marathons

Before the school year is out, several district schools are hosting marathons and other fundraising races.

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FHP's Students of the Week for April 16

Franklin Home Page'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 Franklin Home Page Student of the Week for April 16.

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Sports Roundup: Page soccer takes control of district; BGA baseball dominates doubleheader

The Battle Ground Academy baseball team competed in district play last night, while the Page soccer team took on Christ Presbyterian Academy for District 12-AA supremacy.

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Brady, Berger lead Franklin past Centennial
Brady, Berger lead Franklin past Centennial

The undefeated Franklin Rebels went on the road Tuesday night to face Centennial in a District 11-AAA battle.

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REAL ESTATE: Franklin home sales continue to lead county
REAL ESTATE: Franklin home sales continue to lead county

The number of single-family residential closings in the county held steady last month, with a moderate increase over March 2013. But condo sales and prices saw a big jump.

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Private Franklin retreat offers best of city and country life
Private Franklin retreat offers best of city and country life

List at $650,000, this Franklin retreat is nestled on nine acres yet has easy access to I-65 and all of the amenities Franklin, Cool Springs and Nashville have to offer.

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