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After weeks of site preparation and steel beams being set in place one-by-one, it's time to ceremoniously top out the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital Vanderbilt at Williamson Medical Center.
Three downtown Franklin applicants who seek approval for construction projects on their property outlined their proposals Monday afternoon before the city's Design Review Committee.
Half of the 12-member Williamson County Board of Education attended the last meeting of their careers Monday night and became the center of attention before spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on various projects.
Williamson County and Franklin authorities have set up temporary emergency response facilities east of Interstate 65 to provide urgent services in that area until an Interstate 65 overpass destroyed in an explosion is re-built at the Peytonsville Rd. exit.
Three car burglaries in one night in Franklin have police reminding residents of the importance of locking their vehicles.
Residents of The Highlands at Ladd Park plan to provide food to emergency workers stationed at the Williamson County Agricultural Expo until construction on the Peytonsville Road Bridge is completed.
Two weeks into the job, Charles Farmer is feeling out his new role as assistant superintendent of schools and preparing to launch a survey for district principals as one of his first items of business.
There will be plenty of new faces on the bench for area teams this season.
Battle Ground Academy and Summit's girls soccer teams endured road contests to open their seasons.