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Hoverboard blamed in total loss of home near Christ Presbyterian Academy
Hoverboard blamed in total loss of home near Christ Presbyterian Academy

A January fire that consumed a million dollar home off Old Hickory Boulevard has been traced to a hoverboard, according to the State Fire Marshal.

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Committee sends Durham investigation to attorney general | jeremy durham, beth harwell, attorney general, williamson county, tn leg, tennessee legislature, house, tennessee house committee, tennessee house
Committee sends Durham investigation to attorney general

An investigation into Franklin Rep. Jeremy Durham's recent alleged misbehavior was sent to the attorney general on Monday night.

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Casada, Durham and Sargent to visit Williamson Inc. luncheon next week | Williamson Inc., Tennessee General Assembly, state legislature
Casada, Durham and Sargent to visit Williamson Inc. luncheon next week

Tennessee Representatives Glen Casada, Jeremy Durham and Charles Sargent are scheduled as the guests at Williamson, Inc.'s Feb. 16 membership luncheon.

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Hardwood Bargains opens new location in Cool Springs
Hardwood Bargains opens new location in Cool Springs

Opening its first showroom in Tennessee, Hardwood Bargains held its grand opening over the weekend in its new Cool Springs location.

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Chestnut Bend residents tour sewer treatment facility for understanding, answers | Water Reclamation Facility, Integrated Water Resource Plan, Chestnut Bend,
Chestnut Bend residents tour sewer treatment facility for understanding, answers

Around 25 Chestnut Bend residents toured Franklin's Water Reclamation Plant over the weekend, hoping to garner more insight into the source of the neighborhood's intermittent smell.

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Williamson Democrats will choose delegates at Mar. 5 event
Williamson Democrats will choose delegates at Mar. 5 event

The Williamson County Democratic Party will host its County Delegate Convention on Saturday, March 5, at Kimbro's Pickin' Parlor.

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A-Game owners create proposal to keep facility open through March's end | A-Game, A-Game Sportsplex, youth sports
A-Game owners create proposal to keep facility open through March's end

Less than a day after A-Game Sportsplex's nonprofits filed another motion against the facility's ownership, Sports Land Group, LLC has come back with a proposal that could re-open the building until the end of March and possibly April.

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Youngman joins Community Child Care Center board
Youngman joins Community Child Care Center board

Jason Youngman, Financial Center manager for Fifth Third Bank, Public Square, Franklin, was elected to the board of The Community Child Care Center.

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Sports groups go back to court over sudden A-Game closure | A-Game Sportsplex, A-Game, Williamson County Court, youth sports
Sports groups go back to court over sudden A-Game closure

After finding locked doors and a police barricade at A-Game, representatives of sports groups bumped from the facility have filed a new motion in court.

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Transit Academy exposes local participants to the regional picture
Transit Academy exposes local participants to the regional picture

The Transit Alliance of Middle Tennessee kicked off its seventh Transit Citizen Leadership Academy on Wednesday including several in the class from Franklin.

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TDOT to improve Wilson Pike tunnels, Triune intersection
TDOT to improve Wilson Pike tunnels, Triune intersection

With the completion of several traffic studies, TDOT has said both the Triune intersection and two of the tunnels may be receiving traffic lights by 2017.

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Kids, parents chant and march in support of maintaining A-Game | A-Game Sportsplex, A-Game, Williamson County Court,
Kids, parents chant and march in support of maintaining A-Game

More than 250 people who want A-Game Sportsplex to remain open marched along Mallory Lane on to Gothic Court with signs spelling out their message to save the popular athletic space.

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