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Waltrip shares $4,932 worth of love for animal center
Waltrip shares $4,932 worth of love for animal center

Williamson County Animal Center (WCAC) has received a donation of $4,932 from Darrell Waltrip Subaru in Franklin for the 2014 "Share the Love" holiday sales event.

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Battle of Franklin Trust to raise funds for McGavock Confederate Cemetery
Battle of Franklin Trust to raise funds for McGavock Confederate Cemetery

The Battle of Franklin Trust is holding a fundraiser for the McGavock Confederate Cemetery from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 18 at the Fleming Center at Carnton Plantation.

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Child advocates awarded at Children's Advocacy Days event
Child advocates awarded at Children's Advocacy Days event

The Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth held its 27th annual Children's Advocacy Days at War Memorial Auditorium in Nashville on Tuesday, March 10 and Wednesday, March 11.

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Williamson County Parks and Recreation roundup
Williamson County Parks and Recreation roundup

A round-up of the events hosted by the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department.

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"Seussical" coming to Columbia State
"Seussical" coming to Columbia State

The Columbia State Community College commercial entertainment program will present its annual spring musical, Seussical, April 10-11 at the Williamson County campus.

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Franklin man selected as Goodwill's spotlighted employee for March
Franklin man selected as Goodwill's spotlighted employee for March

Goodwill has chosen a Franklin store associate as the March spotlighted employee of the month.

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Easter Bunny visiting Williamson County at Cool Springs Galleria

The Easter Bunny will be in town at Cool Springs Galleria in Franklin until Saturday, April 4 during all mall hours.

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Southern-style veggie meets Spanish vegetariano in cooking class
Southern-style veggie meets Spanish vegetariano in cooking class

Partnering with United Way, residents from the Franklin Estate Mobile Home Park on Thursday night learned how to cook a vegetable not native to their Latino homelands.

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Williamson County Parks and Recreation roundup
Williamson County Parks and Recreation roundup

A round-up of the events hosted by the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department.

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Volunteer working to buy 6,000 Bibles for African communities
Volunteer working to buy 6,000 Bibles for African communities

A Williamson County realtor and volunteer has a goal: buy 6,000 local-language Bibles for African communities in 2015.

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Fridrich and Clark donates more than $50,000 to charity
Fridrich and Clark donates more than $50,000 to charity

Fridrich and Clark Realty Agents Foundation awarded three grants to local organizations: CASA Nashville, Thistle Farms of the Magdalene House and YWCA Weaver Domestic Violence Center and Re-New program.

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Department of Commerce and Insurance warns of tax scams before deadline
Department of Commerce and Insurance warns of tax scams before deadline

The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance commissioner, warns residents to be aware of scams before April 15, the deadline to file taxes.

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CASA enlists four-legged friend to comfort kids in court
CASA enlists four-legged friend to comfort kids in court

Williamson County Court-Appointed Special Advocates (WCCASA) recently gained a new member to comfort local kids in the juvenile court system.

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Two Men and a Truck kicks off Movers for Moms charity drive
Two Men and a Truck kicks off Movers for Moms charity drive

The eighth-annual Movers for Moms charity kicked off on St. Patrick's Day with the "Women 'n' Wine" event at Bunganut Pig in Franklin.

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Local Girl Scout recognized by president for volunteer service
Local Girl Scout recognized by president for volunteer service

A Franklin Girl Scout has been recognized by President Barack Obama for her exemplary volunteer service.

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FirstBank partners with Goodwill for donation drive
FirstBank partners with Goodwill for donation drive

Sixteen branches of FirstBank in Middle and West Tennessee will hold a donation drive for Goodwill Industries of Middle Tennessee throughout the month of March.

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Heritage Foundation Three Blind Vines rescheduled to March 27

The Next Generation Heritage Foundation board has announced that the 8th Annual Three Blind Vines event has been rescheduled to Friday, March 27 at Liberty Hall at The Factory at 6:30 p.m.

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