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UPDATE: DA files motion to try suspected killer as adult UPDATE: DA files motion to try suspected killer as adult

Prosecutors with the 22nd Judicial District filed a motion Tuesday to try Darious Fitzpatrick, 17, as an adult for his alleged role in the robbery-homicide Oct. 20 at the Papa John's restaurant in Columbia.

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  • UPDATE: DA files motion to try suspected killer as adult UPDATE: DA files motion to try suspected killer as adult

    Prosecutors with the 22nd Judicial District filed a motion Tuesday to try Darious Fitzpatrick, 17, as an adult for his alleged role in the robbery-homicide Oct. 20 at the Papa John's restaurant in Columbia.

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  • Franklin's downtown square gets historically accurate facelift Franklin's downtown square gets historically accurate facelift

    The square in downtown Franklin got the first phase of a facelift today, as two of the planned four historically accurate gun mounts to showcase the civil war cannons were delivered and placed on the site on Wednesday afternoon.

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  • Two days of early voting remain; 18,943 ballots cast to date Two days of early voting remain; 18,943 ballots cast to date

    Voters have through Thursday, Oct. 30 at 6 p.m. to cast their ballots early for the Nov. 4 state and municipal general elections.

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  • Parents question WCS board member about records request Parents question WCS board member about records request

    Most parents who attended Tuesday night's "Let's Talk Schools" meeting with Williamson County School District leaders focused questions on District 12 representative Susan Curlee and her recent request for public records.

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  • Franklin makes the New York Times Franklin makes the New York Times

    The City of Franklin captured the imagination of the New York Times, which issued a glowing review of the city in its Travel Section last Friday.

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WCBA members rate three for 21st District Circuit Court Judge

The Williamson County Bar Association recently released a poll of its members rating the three nominees State Gov. Bill Haslam is considering for appointment to the 21st Judicial District Circuit Court.

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BOMA appoints Deanna Hood to city judge

Deanna Hood was appointed to the post of city judge during the second and final reading of the agenda item at the Board of Mayor and Alderman's regular meeting on Tuesday evening at City Hall.

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BOMA learns of planned music festival
BOMA learns of planned music festival
Pilgram Music & Cultural Franklin planned for Harlinsdale Farm next fall

A two-day music and cultural festival expected to draw thousands to the grounds of Harlinsdale Farm is being developed for next September, the Franklin Board of Mayor and Alderman learned at Tuesday evening's workshop session at City Hall.

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Leaders and philanthropists prep for Battle of Franklin anniversary

The last quarterly Breakfast With the Mayors of the year brought several state and community leaders and volunteers to Rolling Hills Community Church in Franklin Tuesday morning to discuss strides made in preserving Franklin's Civil War history.

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Franklin Police to close Hincheyville neighborhood to traffic on Halloween
Franklin Police to close Hincheyville neighborhood to traffic on Halloween
Franklin Police to close Hincheyville neighborhood to traffic on Halloween

The Franklin Police Department has announced street closures in the Hincheyville neighborhood during Halloween on Friday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

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FPD offering series of self-defense classes for women

The Franklin Police Department is offering a series of rape aggression defense classes for women who live and work in Williamson County.

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Cheesecake Factory to hire 270 employees

The new Cheesecake Factory location in Cool Springs that will open soon is seeking to hire 270 employees.

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EquiFest hosts pleased with large turnout
EquiFest hosts pleased with large turnout

The Williamson County Ag Expo Park hosted the inaugural Equifest of Tennessee Equine Extravaganza last weekend from Friday through Sunday.

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EDUCATION ROUNDUP: Bethesda Elementary plans Scholastic Book Fair for November, Brentwood Middle students lead lessons on media
EDUCATION ROUNDUP: Bethesda Elementary plans Scholastic Book Fair for November, Brentwood Middle students lead lessons on media

Here is a compilation of recent schools activities throughout Williamson County.

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Clark Oral and Facial Surgery's Students of the Week for Oct. 29
Clark Oral and Facial Surgery's Students of the Week for Oct. 29

Clark Oral and Facial Surgery's Student of the Week highlights accomplishments by the city's outstanding high school students.

Each week, one student from each high school is chosen by their principal to be featured for achievements including citizenship, volunteerism, leadership, academics, and much more.

Click to read the Clark Oral and Facial Surgery's Student of the Week.

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WAKM to broadcast Franklin-Centennial

WAKM has announced its weekly football show guests and game of the week to be carried over the air on 950-AM and audio live-streaming on the web at wakmworldwide.com or on your iPhone via TuneIn Radio.

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Titans hope for turnaround following bye week

The Tennessee Titans reflect on the first half of the season and talk about the upcoming bye week.

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Residential closings on the rise in Williamson County

The Williamson County Association of Realtors released real estate statistics in the county for the month of September, showing high residential closings but few land and condominium sales.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Beautiful European-style home a must-see
SHOWCASE HOME: Beautiful European-style home a must-see

Quality, community and security combine to make this exquisite European-inspired home a must-see contender if you are shopping for a new Brentwood home.

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