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Eagle Scout prospect seeks camping donations
Eagle Scout prospect seeks camping donations

Brentwood High School junior Daniel Brawner and his father, Eddie, first got into Boy Scouts of America after taking home a flyer from his first-grade class.

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Ovation sent back to BOMA for minor changes to plan

The $700,000,000 Ovation complex in Cool Springs is to be sent back to the Board of Mayor and Alderman to approve minor plans to the site's property lines, after the Franklin Municipal Planning Commission approved the changes at Thursday night's meeting City Hall.

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Local developers seeking direction from BOMA and Planning Commission

Along with Harpeth Square, the Board of Mayor and Alderman and the Historic Planning Commission learned of two more developments seeking approval in different parts of Franklin at Thursday evening's meeting in City Hall, as well as a temporary fix to issues with zoning ordinances from city staff.

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Husband of missing hiker talks about recent search efforts
Husband of missing hiker talks about recent search efforts

Last week, the family of missing Brentwood hiker Gerry Largay announced the reward for information leading to her whereabouts will increase from $15,000 to $25,000.

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Tin Cottage comes back to Franklin
Tin Cottage comes back to Franklin
Owner of Tin Cottage, Marianne DeMeyers
Tin Cottage comes back to Franklin

For many locals, the smell of spices and the sight of vintage home goods upon entering the newly reopened Tin Cottage on South Margin Street will bring about an experience of déjà vu.

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BGA inducts six into Hall of Fame Saturday

On Sept. 27, Battle Ground Academy will induct six new members into its Hall of Fame and honor its 2014 Distinguished Young Alumnus of the Year at a brunch held at the Marriott Cool Springs.

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Downtown hotel-shopping complex plans unveiled
Downtown hotel-shopping complex plans unveiled
Greg Gamble presenting to BOMA and the historic planning commission
Downtown hotel-shopping complex plans unveiled

Plans for the 4.5 acre Harpeth Square hotel and apartment complex in downtown Franklin were unveiled for the Board of Mayor and Alderman and the city's Historic Planning Commission in a joint meeting Thursday.

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Tennesse Baptist Convention to start demolition next week

Demolition of the Tennessee Baptist Convention is set to start next week, and motorists are advised to use extra caution on the tight corner of Franklin Road and Maryland Way.

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Deputies quickly nab armed robbery suspect
Deputies quickly nab armed robbery suspect

It didn't take long Wednesday night for Williamson County Sheriff's deputies to arrest an accused armed robber soon after the suspect held up a Sonic drive-in restaurant employee in the Grassland community.

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Blackburn hosts Military Service Academy Day Sept. 27

Congressman Marsha Blackburn will host her annual Military Service Academy Day for high school students on Saturday, Sept. 27.

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O'More College of Design gets a makeover
O'More College of Design gets a makeover
O\'More College of Design unveils new logo
O'More College of Design gets a makeover

The O' More College of Design held a ceremonial unveiling on the lawn of its campus on South Margin St. to debut the school's new logo. The new design was a year in the making, combining insight and effort from students, alumni and faculty.

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Commuters react sharply to Concord Road widening TDOT reader response
Commuters react sharply to Concord Road widening TDOT reader response

A recent Brentwood Home Page report on the Tennessee Department of Transportation's authorization of the widening of Concord Road from Jones Parkway to Arrowhead Drive has generated sharp responses from numerous readers.

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