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Tennessee Promise application deadline Nov. 1

Nov. 1 is the last day for students to register for the Tennessee Promise, a state-introduced program that provides two years of community college or technical school tuition-free for Tennessee homeschool or high school graduates.

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Franklin to break ground on new fire station in Westhaven
Franklin to break ground on new fire station in Westhaven
The City of Franklin to break ground on new fire station in Westhaven
Franklin to break ground on new fire station in Westhaven

The City of Franklin announced that a groundbreaking ceremony will be held in Westhaven Community on Tuesday, Nov. 4, at 1:30 p.m. to commemorate the construction of Fire Station No. 8.

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Department of Veterans Affairs speaker to address Republican Women's Club

Wendell Cheek, Deputy Commissioner at the Tennessee Department of Veterans Affairs, will speak at the Williamson County Republican Career Women's Club meeting on Thursday, Nov. 13.

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Battle of Franklin Trust to host illumination ceremony on the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Franklin
Battle of Franklin Trust to host illumination ceremony on the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Franklin
Battle of Franklin Trust to host illumination ceremony on the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Franklin
Battle of Franklin Trust to host illumination ceremony on the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Franklin

The Battle of Franklin Trust will host an illumination ceremony to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Franklin on November, 30 at 4:00 p.m.

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State delegation advocates for Amendment 1 passage

On Nov. 4, registered voters in Tennessee can weigh in on a controversial state constitutional amendment pertaining to abortion regulation, which state legislators recently discussed at a public meeting in Williamson County.

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City of Franklin seeks citizen feedback on the future of Franklin parks

The City of Franklin is seeking public input as to future of Franklin parks so that the city can update its Master Parks Plan for the first time in a decade.

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Neighborhood meeting held for planned development with Harpeth River views
Neighborhood meeting held for planned development with Harpeth River views
Local developer Greg Gamble presenting on planned Water\'s Edge development
Neighborhood meeting held for planned development with Harpeth River views

Local developer Greg Gamble hosted a sparsely attended neighborhood meeting on the planned Water's Edge development on Wednesday evening in City Hall.

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Last chance for early voters
Last chance for early voters

Registered voters have one last chance to get to the polls for early voting in the Nov. 4 state and municipal elections; the five polling locations close at 6 p.m. today.

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Franklin's downtown square gets historically accurate facelift
Franklin's downtown square gets historically accurate facelift
Two of the planned four historically accurate gun mounts to showcase the civil war cannons were delivered and placed on Franklin\'s downtown square
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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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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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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