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Doggie spa day supporting Columbia State vet techs

The veterinary technology students at Columbia State Community College invite all dogs to enjoy a spa day Aug. 9 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The grooming will take place in the Health Sciences Building at the Columbia campus on 1665 Hampshire Pike.

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Bluegrass dentist hosts free concert tonight | Terry Comer
Bluegrass dentist hosts free concert tonight

Terry Comer, a Franklin dentist who has been operating out of the same practice on 310 Third Avenue North since 1985, is going to be hosting a concert tonight in Short Hills Park at 7 p.m.

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Rhythm & Spirit children's programs registration starts Saturday | Williamson County Parks and Recreation, Rhythm & Spirit children’s dance, tumbling and cheer program, Franklin Recreation Complex, Longview Recreation Center
Rhythm & Spirit children's programs registration starts Saturday

Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) is pleased to announce that the Rhythm & Spirit children’s dance, tumbling and cheer program will offer in-person registration for new fall sessions at the Franklin Recreation Complex, 1120 Hillsboro Rd. and the Longview Recreation Center at Spring Hill, 2909 Commonwealth Dr.

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Franklin Transit making route stop change

Starting Monday, Franklin Transit’s Fixed Route Stop #1, located at The Factory in Franklin, will have a new pick-up and drop-off location.

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Student artwork featured during Franklin Art Scene

The work of O’More College of Design elementary and high school students from the 2014 O’More Summer Studio sessions will be exhibited Friday, Aug. 1 during the monthly Franklin Art Scene.

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Author ‘wows’ Franklin Tomorrow with business tips | Franklin Tomorrow, Breakfast with the Mayors, Michael Hyatt
Author ‘wows’ Franklin Tomorrow with business tips | Franklin Tomorrow, Breakfast with the Mayors, Michael Hyatt
Local bestselling author Michael Hyatt addresses a large audience at Rolling Hills Community Church.
Author ‘wows’ Franklin Tomorrow with business tips

At Franklin Tomorrow’s third Breakfast with the Mayors event Tuesday morning, local bestselling author Michael Hyatt outlined five basics of building a platform through social media.

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Friends of Franklin Parks has big future plans | Friends of Franklin Parks, Harlinsdale Park, Franklin Home Page, FHP
Friends of Franklin Parks has big future plans

In a year’s time, Monty McInturff, president of Friends of Franklin Parks, wants the residents of Franklin to be celebrating in a brand new arena in Harlinsdale Park, watching as horses trot by.

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Many Main Street businesses hiring as business booms | Main Street Franklin, Franklin Home Page, FHP
Many Main Street businesses hiring as business booms

Job seekers in the Franklin area should take to strolling on Main Street in downtown Franklin, as there are several businesses hiring right now.

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Hunters Bend hosting Back to School Bash

A Back to School Bash hosted by Hunters Bend Elementary School will be held August 1 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

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City's Tree Commission planning for Arbor Day celebration

The city’s Tree Commission is still actively solidifying plans for the next Arbor Day celebration, which is slated to take place on August 18, 2015

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Bluegrass concert a success for Harpeth River Watershed | Bluegrass Along the Harpeth, Franklin Home Page, FHP
Bluegrass concert a success for Harpeth River Watershed

Crowds gathered in Downtown Franklin this weekend to take part in the city’s annual Bluegrass Along the Harpeth music festival.

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Carnton concert audience rewarded with tropical breeze and music
Carnton concert audience rewarded with tropical breeze and music

Ronnie Tsunami and the Wave Riders Island Party Band were the headliners at Sunday’s edition of the Sunset Concert Series, the Battle of Franklin Trust’s monthly outdoor music on the lawn of Carnton Plantation.

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Williamson County fair opens 10th year this Friday  | Williamson County Fair,Williamson County Tn
Williamson County fair opens 10th year this Friday

The 10th annual Williamson County Fair, themed “Constructing Good Times- 10 Years of Fun!,” opens at 6 p.m. this Friday, Aug. 1 at the county’s Ag Expo Park.

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Tomatoes star of the day at Franklin Farmer’s Market
Tomatoes star of the day at Franklin Farmer’s Market

The extreme July heat had many faces the color of ripe, red tomatoes, but that didn’t stop hundreds from enjoying the second annual Franklin Farmers Market TomatoFest Saturday morning.

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Eagle Scout candidate cleans up Carter’s Hill Park | Eagle Scout,Carter's Hill Park,Franklin Home Page,FHP
Eagle Scout candidate cleans up Carter’s Hill Park

The planned expansion of Carter’s Hill Park on Columbia Avenue in downtown Franklin gave Eagle Scout hopeful Miller Garrett, 16, the idea for a project to speed up the process.

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High Hopes has high hopes in 30th Year | High Hopes Preschool and Pediatric Therapy Clinic,High Hopes,Franklin Home Page,FHP
High Hopes has high hopes in 30th Year

High Hopes is observing its 30th year with a new, state-of-the-art $3.7 million facility.

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More help available for bad sleepers

Community members in Southern Williamson County with pulmonary and sleep problems won’t have to travel as far for help anymore, as Williamson Medical Group now offers such treatment at Tollgate Medical Plaza in Thompson’s Station.

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