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Aldermen approve $260K change to traffic signal project

A Franklin traffic signal project will end up costing $260,000 more than expected.

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'Tennessean' publisher shares challenges facing news industry
'Tennessean' publisher shares challenges facing news industry

Tennessean President and Publisher Laura Hollingsworth doesn't sugarcoat the demise of the newspaper industry she officially joined while still in high school.

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General Assembly results highlight next chamber roundtable

Legislators who represent Williamson County will discuss issues considered and new laws passed by the 2014 General Assembly at the Public Affairs Roundtable on Monday, April 28.

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Stratsan expands leadership team, names Martin president
Stratsan expands leadership team, names Martin president

Stratasan, a provider of SaaS based hospital analytics solutions, announced Tuesday the addition of Marshall Martin  as president. Martin, a Brentwood resident, previously served as COO of Nashville based technology companies Juris and PureSafety.

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WCS board votes down open zoning neighborhoods split by school district

A longstanding debate over boundaries between Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School District may have been shelved at least temporarily after the Williamson County Board of Education voted Monday against open-zoning neighborhoods split between the two districts.

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BrentWord Communications to host candidate forum April 29 | Election 2014,BrentWord Communications,Franklin Home Page,FHP
BrentWord Communications to host candidate forum April 29

Candidates for the 24 seats representing the 12 districts on the Williamson County Commission have been invited to debate local issues at BrentWord Communications' Candidate Forum on Tuesday, April 29. Former Williamson A.M. editor Mark Cook will moderate.

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UPDATED: BGA leader killed in car crash; remembered as a 'teacher's teacher'
UPDATED: BGA leader killed in car crash; remembered as a 'teacher's teacher'

Updated at 5:36 p.m. Monday

Battle Ground Academy’s Interim Head of School, Randy Tucker, was killed in a car crash Monday morning on Interstate 75 between Chattanooga and Knoxville.

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Auditoriums, fees, Power Mondays more updated for WCS board

Williamson County Schools Board of Education heard updates on several projects last week including progress on Centennial's new auditorium, proposed hikes in fees for rentals of school buildings and Power Monday proposals.

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Sister Cities, nonprofit funding from city sparks committee debate

A dozen nonprofit organizations requested funding from the city next year, but some aldermen are questioning how the taxpayer money is doled out.

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Recycle on May 3 for Household Hazardous Waste Day

Household Hazardous Waste Day will be held on Saturday, May 3, from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Williamson County Administrative Complex parking lot at 1320 West Main Street in Franklin. The event is not county-specific, so anyone is welcome to bring items to recycle.

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Domestic Violence: No one's immune to often hidden crime
Domestic Violence: No one's immune to often hidden crime

Today is the first anniversary of the murder of Dr. Rachael Maidens, 34, a Brentwood orthodontist. To mark it, Franklin Home Page offers an in-depth look at domestic violence in Williamson County and where help is available for its victims.

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Veteran receives the gift of community at King’s Chapel welcome ceremony | Operation FINALLY HOME,King's Chapel,Franklin Home Page,FHP
Veteran receives the gift of community at King’s Chapel welcome ceremony

Retired Air Force Staff Sgt. Luke Van Dorston and his family were officially handed the keys to their new mortgage-free, 2,700-square-foot custom home Thursday.

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