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Downtown festival will be a celebration of nations
Downtown festival will be a celebration of nations
Second-annual Celebration of Nations festival.
Downtown festival will be a celebration of nations

Music and beer from all corners of the globe will be featured at 2nd annual Celebration of Nations festival put on by Sister Cities of Franklin and Williamson County.

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Franklin Transit relies less on city funding this year

Franklin Transit is relying less and less on city funding as ridership increases and grant requests have been successful, the Franklin Transit Authority learned in a meeting on Thursday afternoon.

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Freedom Middle student places fifth on America's Got Talent
Freedom Middle student places fifth on America's Got Talent

On the America's Got Talent finale Wednesday night, 12-year-old Quintavious Johnson of Franklin didn't take home the $1 million prize, but he did get to duet with singer/actor Jennifer Hudson.

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Jazzercise Franklin Fitness Center first Premier Center in Tenn.

The Jazzercise Franklin Fitness Center is proud to announce it has become the first Jazzercise Premier Center in the state of Tennessee by achieving premier center designation.

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Lipscomb Theatre Department performing 'Medea'

Lipscomb University's Department of Theatre kicks off its 2014-15 season with a production of the Greek tragedy "Medea," beginning Friday, Sept. 19, performed in the Flatt Amphitheater on campus.

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Sky Zone to jump into Franklin in 2015
Sky Zone to jump into Franklin in 2015
Trampoline Park Sky Zone to open a Franklin location in 2015.
Sky Zone to jump into Franklin in 2015

The popular birthday party destination and trampoline park Sky Zone, which now has over 60 locations worldwide, will be landing in Franklin at the beginning of 2015.

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Design review group offers advice on home projects

Franklin's Design Review Committee on Monday afternoon offered nonbinding advice to city applicants who seek to alter their private residences and referred them to the Historic Zoning Commission for approval prior to the start of construction.

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Williamson County Public Library roundup: Sept. 15-25

Check out the upcoming roundup for the Williamson County Public Library.

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UPCOMING Sept. 15-20: This week in Williamson County

Here are meetings in your area that may be of interest this week. To submit a public meeting to be included in this weekly report, please email the information to news@brentwoodhomepage.com. Include contact information and put "Upcoming" in the subject line.

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Water, sewer rate hikes loom

Rate increases are coming down the pike for Franklin homeowners who are customers of the city's water and sewer utilities.

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City holds Sept. 11 memorial tribute
City holds Sept. 11 memorial tribute
Franklin Police Chief Deborah Faulkner at 9/11 Tribute
City holds Sept. 11 memorial tribute

Bagpipes were played as members of the City of Franklin's Honor Guard lowered the flags to half-mast to honor the tragedy of 9/11, which took place thirteen years ago today.

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Beer Board wonders if Main Street is turning into a beer joint

The Beer Board had a discussion as to whether the frequency of alcohol sanctioned events in downtown Franklin is turning Main Street into a permanent pub.

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WCCASA raffling playhouse benefiting children in need

Williamson County CASA will hold a raffle benefiting the organization's efforts to support children in need.

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Local high school sorority to hold dress sale

The SAP high school sorority, made up of girls in middle Tennessee private schools, is holding a formal dress consignment sale to benefit various local charities.

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Registration closing for adult volleyball

Registration for adult volleyball is coming to a close, according to a news release by the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department.

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St. Matthew hosting death penalty discussion

The Caritas Ministry of the Church of St. Matthew in Franklin will hold a film screening and panel to address the death penalty on Sept. 28 at 5 p.m.

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BOMA Round Up

The City of Franklin staff recommended Deana Hood to be appointed as City of Franklin Judge at Tuesday evening's Board of Mayor and Alderman Workshop.

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