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Heritage Foundation fundraiser exceeds expectations Heritage Foundation fundraiser exceeds expectations

The Heritage Foundation raised far more than expected during their "Take a Seat for the Old, Old Jail," fundraising campaign, which auctioned off several of local historian Rick Warwick's collection of antique chairs to benefit the rehabilitation of the Old, Old Jail on Bridge Street.

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  • Heritage Foundation fundraiser exceeds expectations Heritage Foundation fundraiser exceeds expectations

    The Heritage Foundation raised far more than expected during their "Take a Seat for the Old, Old Jail," fundraising campaign, which auctioned off several of local historian Rick Warwick's collection of antique chairs to benefit the rehabilitation of the Old, Old Jail on Bridge Street.

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  • Mass for tennis star Sean Karl 2 p.m. Saturday Mass for tennis star Sean Karl 2 p.m. Saturday

    A memorial mass for former Ravenwood High and UT tennis star Sean Karl will be celebrated from 2-3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22, at Holy Family Catholic Church at 9100 Crockett Rd. in Brentwood.

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  • COMMENTARY: THE EVENT of the sesquicentennial COMMENTARY: THE EVENT of the sesquicentennial

    But this is the deal, what I almost missed and most the rest of Franklin did miss tonight was, by far, THE EVENT of all of the Battle of Franklin Sesquicentennial events past or to come.

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  • Enough substitute teachers hard to find in WCS Enough substitute teachers hard to find in WCS

    Competitive pay, as well as restrictions imposed by the Affordable Care Act, have left the Williamson County School District struggling to find substitute teachers.

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  • Gray Line of Tennessee presents 6th annual 'Twinkling Tennessee Christmas' Gray Line of Tennessee presents 6th annual 'Twinkling Tennessee Christmas'

    Gray Line of Tennessee recently announced its sixth annual, "Twinkling Tennessee Christmas," a chartered tour of Nashville and Franklin's decorated holiday home exteriors.

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Cool Springs-style architecture unfit for Gateway Village

Franklin's planning commission approved construction of an office tower in the Gateway Village subdivision on Mother Boulevard Thursday night, but the building's proposed architecture was rejected.

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Developers want to build gas stations on corner sites

Developers of gas stations and conveniences stores hope the City of Franklin will reverse an ordinance which prohibits the construction of gas stations on corner lots.

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Franklin Transit Authority eyes expansion in Cool Springs area

As the Cool Spring area continues to burgeon, the Franklin Transit Authority aspires to grow with it.

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UPDATED: Car crashes into Chuck E. Cheese in Cool Springs
UPDATED: Car crashes into Chuck E. Cheese in Cool Springs

A car crashed through the front windows of a Chuck-E-Cheese Thursday morning just before 11, according to WKRN Channel 2.

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FPD seeking couple who allegedly stole 23 GPS units from Walmart
FPD seeking couple who allegedly stole 23 GPS units from Walmart
FPD seeking couple who stole 23 GPS units from Walmart

The Franklin Police Department is seeking information that will lead to the whereabouts of a couple wanted for allegedly stealing 23 GPS units from Walmart.

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FPD to patrol Cool Springs Galleria on Black Friday
FPD to patrol Cool Springs Galleria on Black Friday
Franklin PD Sgt. Scott Legieza at Thursday morning's meeting at Cool Springs Galleria

The Franklin Police Department will be setting up a temporary command post at the Cool Springs Galleria on Black Friday to combat and deter against potential thieves.

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Inge Smith named latest 'Hometown Hero'

Longtime Williamson County educator Inge Meyring Smith has been named the latest "Hometown Hero" by Darrell Waltrip Automotive Group.

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Trevecca Nazarene University honors Franklin native
Trevecca Nazarene University honors Franklin native
Trivecca Nazarene University honors Kelly Plummer King

Trevecca Nazarene Univeristy honored Franklin-native and Kelly Plummer King during their recent homecoming ceremony.

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'Good Friday' added to school calendar after vote on 2015-2016 schedule
'Good Friday' added to school calendar after vote on 2015-2016 schedule

The 2015-2016 school calendar approved after extensive debate by the Williamson County school board has undergone a slight change made after last Monday's meeting.

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Tennessee schools getting ready for TNReady instead of TCAP
Tennessee schools getting ready for TNReady instead of TCAP

The state this week completed the process to replace the state-mandated TCAP assessment for English/language arts and math.

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PLAYOFF PREVIEWS: Centennial rematches Ravenwood; BGA battles St. George's for title berth
PLAYOFF PREVIEWS: Centennial rematches Ravenwood; BGA battles St. George's for title berth

Centennial visits Ravenwood for a shot at the Class 6A semifinals, while BGA travels to face St. George's with a Division II-A title berth on the line.

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Basketball Roundup: Franklin splits with Siegel; Page sweeps Fairview

Franklin's basketball teams went on the road to face Siegel, while Page's hosted Fairvew.

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Franklin sells most homes, Brentwood makes most profit
Franklin sells most homes, Brentwood makes most profit

Consistent with the September 2014 report from the Williamson County Association of Realtors, real estate statistics for the month of October show sale closures on single-family homes were most abundant in the city of Franklin, while the city of Brentwood maintains the highest average home price in the county.

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Showcase Home
SHOWCASE HOME: Beautiful European-style home a must-see
SHOWCASE HOME: Beautiful European-style home a must-see

Quality, community and security combine to make this exquisite European-inspired home a must-see contender if you are shopping for a new Brentwood home.

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