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H.G. Hill works out standards with city in event of redevelopment H.G. Hill works out standards with city in event of redevelopment

Planners from H.G. Hill recently gave the latest update to the Columbia Avenue overlay and said they want to make sure the standards would allow them to eventually efficiently redevelop their property.

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Air Quality Awareness Week activities focus on small contributions
Air Quality Awareness Week activities focus on small contributions

Air alerts are most common from April to October in Middle Tennessee.

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City staff share traffic concerns for development off Oak Meadow
City staff share traffic concerns for development off Oak Meadow

Traffic concerns from city staff has prompted one developer to return back to the drawing board before gaining potential approval for a new apartment complex in Franklin.

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Courtenay Rogers' campaign kicks off 'meet and greets' for community
Courtenay Rogers' campaign kicks off 'meet and greets' for community

Courtenay Rogers, who is running to represent Williamson County in the 63rd District, has announced the first in a series of meet and greets and house party fundraisers to kick off her campaign.

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Governor signs religious counseling bill into law
Governor signs religious counseling bill into law

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam signed a much-debated bill into law this week to allow counselors to opt out of treating clients because of their religious beliefs.

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Puckett's announces plans to open on square in Murfreesboro
Puckett's announces plans to open on square in Murfreesboro

Opening planned for fall in 7,600 square-foot, mid 20th century building at 114 North Church Street.

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Construction begins on Spring Hill's new senior living facility next month
Construction begins on Spring Hill's new senior living facility next month

A new senior living community, Traditions of Spring Hill, is slated for a groundbreaking ceremony next month.

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New Public Safety Center opens Saturday

The Williamson County Office of Public Safety will hold a grand opening event for its new Public Safety Center (PSC) on Saturday, April 30, at 10 a.m.

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TDOT Traffic Update: April 28-May 4
TDOT Traffic Update: April 28-May 4

The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation construction update for April 28-May 4, 2016.

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Five from Williamson County earn scouting's highest award
Five from Williamson County earn scouting's highest award

Community service leads to Gold Award for Pritali Amrutkar, Emily Hughes, Emma Rucker, Sophie Travis, and Leta Yi.

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Run For Kids raises twice its goal for Children's Home
Run For Kids raises twice its goal for Children's Home

Sponsors covered all expenses for the Apr. 16 event in Brentwood.

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Columbia State hosting "Move Day" to transition to Williamson Campus
Columbia State hosting "Move Day" to transition to Williamson Campus

Columbia State Community College's Williamson Campus will begin to transition from the current location to its newly constructed campus on Liberty Pike in Franklin beginning May 9.

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Williamson high school testing suspension still up for discussion with state
Williamson high school testing suspension still up for discussion with state

Whether Williamson high schoolers will take their end of course testing still remains in conversation with Department of Education and school system officials.

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Three local high school alums join NFL teams

Two former area high school football players were drafted by NFL teams this past weekend, while another received an invitation to try out.

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Franklin High tabs Joines as new basketball coach
Franklin High tabs Joines as new basketball coach

Franklin High School announced Friday it has named Darrin Joines as its new head boys basketball coach.

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McGavock Dinner honors two of Franklin's top preservationists
McGavock Dinner honors two of Franklin's top preservationists

This year's McGavock Dinner on the grounds of Carnton Plantation honored two of Franklin's battlefield advocates who helped secure prime pieces of land.

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"Uncorked" resumes May 17 at Puckett's
"Uncorked" resumes May 17 at Puckett's

Monthly wine-tasting series will focus on pairings, varietals.

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

Believe it or not, I don't talk with my friends much about politics.

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

I am terribly sad my kids won't have the family closeness I enjoyed growing up.

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Identifying (and getting rid of) spring weeds
Identifying (and getting rid of) spring weeds

Warm weather brings out a few of everyone's favorite things: the smell of freshly mowed grass, daffodils, songbirds ... and weeds.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Beautiful Westhaven home a modern paradise
SHOWCASE HOME: Beautiful Westhaven home a modern paradise

Located on 1707 Championship Boulevard, this stunning four bedroom, three and a half bath home is idyllic for families.

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