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Buddy walk for Down syndrome this weekend
Buddy walk for Down syndrome this weekend

The annual Nashville Buddy Walk will take place Saturday, Oct 25 at Centennial Park in Nashville to help as a fundraiser for the Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee.

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Planning Commision approves upcoming developments

The Franklin Municipal Planning Commission voted to defer approving platted setbacks for a planned assisted living facility on 1111 Murfreesboro Road until the Board of Mayor and Alderman approves the third reading of the development plan in March of 2015.

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SCORE honors schools and districts at Oct. 27 event

On Monday, the State Collaborative on Reforming Education will honor public schools and school districts at the fourth annual SCORE Prize event.

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Juvenile Court hosts free 'sexting, texting, cyber' seminar Oct. 27

The Williamson County Juvenile Court will host a free, public seminar Monday, Oct. 27 at Heritage Middle School on "sexting, texting and all things cyber."

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11,304 have voted as last Saturday to cast ballots nears

As Williamson Countians head into the last Saturday that polls will be open for voting early in the Nov. 4 state and local general elections, a total of 11,304 ballots already had been cast when the doors closed Thursday night.

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Rec center to open in December; part-time employees sought
Rec center to open in December; part-time employees sought

Williamson County Parks and Recreation's long-anticipated newest rec center in Nolensville will finally open in early December, county officials said.

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Tennessee Wildlife investigating Franklin man's death on Cumberland
Tennessee Wildlife investigating Franklin man's death on Cumberland

Franklin man James "Jim" McCord died Saturday following a boating accident on the Cumberland River.

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BOMA, Planners hear requests for changes in 2 plans
BOMA, Planners hear requests for changes in 2 plans
Local developer Greg Gamble presenting on two new developments
BOMA, Planners hear requests for changes in 2 plans

Local developer Greg Gamble presented revisions to a pair of development proposals to Franklin aldermen and planning commissioners on Wednesday at City Hall.

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Williamson County 4.5 percent of state's early voters
Williamson County 4.5 percent of state's early voters

Votes nearly broke 10,000 in Williamson County when polls closed Wednesday, which accounts for roughly 4.5 percent of the 224,721 statewide who have cast early votes for the Nov. 4 elections.

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Police arrest Papa John's homicide suspect in Columbia
Police arrest Papa John's homicide suspect in Columbia

A Columbia, Tennessee, teenager has been charged with the Oct. 20, 2014, homicide of a retaurant employee during an apparent armed robbery, authorities said.

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Former Williamson County Medical Center executive Dennis Miller dead at 62
Former Williamson County Medical Center executive Dennis Miller dead at 62

Dennis Edward Miller of Franklin, retired chief executive officer of Williamson Medical Center, died Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014. He was 62.

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Ovation developers host groundbreaking ceremony
Ovation developers host groundbreaking ceremony
Ovation developers hosted groundbreaking ceremony on the site of the project
Ovation developers host groundbreaking ceremony

The developers of the $700 million Ovation retail, residential, office and hotel project hosted an RSVP-only party Wednesday night to celebrate the unofficial groundbreaking on the site located at the intersection of McEwan Drive and Carothers Parkway in Cool Springs.

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