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Franklin historian offers free walking tour of Civil War site Franklin historian offers free walking tour of Civil War site

Want a free walking tour of Fort Granger? Here's how you can.

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Hope Force International aids in Texas flooding relief
Hope Force International aids in Texas flooding relief

The Brentwood-based disaster recovery agency Hope Force International is currently in South Texas to aid in flood remediation.

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County discussing ways to raise funds for new juvenile court facility
County discussing ways to raise funds for new juvenile court facility

The Williamson County Law Enforcement/Public Safety Committee took a swing at funding a juvenile court facility Thursday evening.

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Visit Franklin launches new app for tourists
Visit Franklin launches new app for tourists

Designed with ease of use in mind, the Visit Franklin app will be the only tour guide you'll need to navigate Franklin and Williamson County with the ease of a local.

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ABLE accounts helping Tennesseeans with disabilities save money
ABLE accounts helping Tennesseeans with disabilities save money

On June 13, Tennessee became the second state to offer Achieving a Better Life Experience accounts to allow people with disabilities to save money like never before.

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General Motors growth touted at Thursday Spring Hill Chamber luncheon
General Motors growth touted at Thursday Spring Hill Chamber luncheon

General Motors updated members of the Spring Hill business community at Thursday's Chamber of Commerce luncheon on the state of the company and its investments.

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New Franklin hotel still up in the air due to floodway
New Franklin hotel still up in the air due to floodway

How Franklin will handle a potential new downtown hotel and the issue of the flood plain is still undetermined.

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Sheriff to honor deputies with service weapon upon retirement
Sheriff to honor deputies with service weapon upon retirement

It is not a gold watch. But, to the retiring Sheriff's Deputy in Williamson County, it means that much more.

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TDOT Traffic Update: June 23-29
TDOT Traffic Update: June 23-29

The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation construction update for June 23-29, 2016.

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Cool off on July 4 at Williamson pools
Cool off on July 4 at Williamson pools

Williamson County Parks and Recreation recently announced the department's four outdoor pools will be open on Independence Day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., weather permitting.

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Blackberry Jam presents music from noon until night
Blackberry Jam presents music from noon until night

Blankets, lawn chairs, beverages in ice chests and well-mannered dogs on leashes are welcome at Boyd Mill Farm.

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Registration for elementary school Spanish, Chinese classes opens July 1
Registration for elementary school Spanish, Chinese classes opens July 1

Classes will be offered at all elementary schools in Williamson County based on teacher availability, interest and minimum enrollment for each school.

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Donate now to the "Stuff the Bus" school supply drive
Donate now to the "Stuff the Bus" school supply drive

Last year's supply drive served more than 2,000 students county-wide. The public is encouraged to get involved by purchasing and donating school supplies.

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80-year-old athlete to be honored Monday at the Factory
80-year-old athlete to be honored Monday at the Factory

Eleanor Pendergraft, who began a fitness routine 20 years after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, will be honored during a dinner on Monday, June 27, at 6:30 p.m.

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Tennessee Soccer Club well represented at region championships
Tennessee Soccer Club well represented at region championships

Seven teams from the Tennessee Soccer Club, based out of Williamson County, have made the trip to South Carolina for the U.S. Youth Soccer Region III Championships.

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SCENE AND HEARD: Vendors appraise family finds at NPT show
SCENE AND HEARD: Vendors appraise family finds at NPT show

Between paintings and pocket watches, Nashville Public Television's appraisal vendors evaluated a myriad of pieces, passed down from great-grandparents or finds in the attics.

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Cool Springs Barnes & Noble planning Harry Potter party
Cool Springs Barnes & Noble planning Harry Potter party

With Harry Potter's birthday approaching, the Cool Springs Barnes & Noble is planning a countdown to midnight party on July 30.

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JULIE HOLT: The Lighter Side
JULIE HOLT: The Lighter Side

Brentwood, we need to talk. Can you pretty please stop trying to kill me when I dare to walk or run in your beautiful city?

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BOB MCKINNEY: What I know
BOB MCKINNEY: What I know

As promised in last week's installment, this week I am reviewing a recent book I have read, Being Mortal by Atul Gawande.

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Multiple housing projects rising for area's graying population
Multiple housing projects rising for area's graying population
Traditions of Spring Hill

The median age is Spring Hill is going up, with projects going up for seniors in Maury and Williamson counties.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Beechs Tavern Trail home offers private getaway
SHOWCASE HOME: Beechs Tavern Trail home offers private getaway

For those home seekers looking for a private getaway, the home at 1111 Beechs Tavern Trail is the perfect fit.

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