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Homestead Manor looking to fill 70 jobs

Homestead Manor is hosting a two-day job fair to fill up to 70 staff positions on April 26-27 at its 50-acre property in Thompson's Station.

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Vote now for the Franklin Fire youth video challenge
Vote now for the Franklin Fire youth video challenge

Residents can vote for the best of 13 videos for the Franklin Fire Department's annual youth challenge from now until April 31 for the People's Choice Awards.

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Marketplace at Franklin hosted in April for 2nd weekend
Marketplace at Franklin hosted in April for 2nd weekend

After its launch in March, the Franklin Fieldhouse will host the second Marketplace at Franklin April 17-19, with new vendors and extended hours at 1850 General George Patton Dr.

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SPECIAL REPORT: Local runner recalls ill-fated Boston Marathon on Wednesday's 2nd anniversary
SPECIAL REPORT: Local runner recalls ill-fated Boston Marathon on Wednesday's 2nd anniversary

About 12 minutes after Christie Beth Adams crossed the Boston Marathon finish line on Boylston Street in the Back Bay neighborhood, the first of two explosions went off.

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BA, BGA theater departments present spring productions

Brentwood Academy and Battle Ground Academy theatre departments will open spring productions this month at their schools.

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Middle Tennessee Genealogical Society to meet May 16

The Middle Tennessee Genealogical Society is meeting for their annual Writer's Award Presentation at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 16 at FiftyForward Knowles in Nashville.

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Main Street Festival returns last weekend in April
Main Street Festival returns last weekend in April
Last year, downtown was packed for the Main Street festival that will happen this year April 25-26 // PHOTO PROVIDED
Main Street Festival returns last weekend in April

The Xfinity Main Street festival returns the last weekend in April in historic downtown Franklin, with expectations of at least 130,000 people visiting the city.

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Two Home Page staffers win state AP awards
Two Home Page staffers win state AP awards

Emily R West, recently named Franklin Home Page associate editor, has won one of the Tennessee Associated Press Media Editors' top awards in the news agency's 2015 statewide collegiate reporting competition.

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A Friday favorite: Franklin Art Scene returns this week
A Friday favorite: Franklin Art Scene returns this week

The Franklin Art Scene returns Friday, April 3, to celebrate local artists and their works that will allow the public to appreciate Williamson County culture.

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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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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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