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CASA's Rocklin rides bus for facility dog practice | Franklin Transit Authority, TMA Group, Rocklin, Williamson County CASA, CASA,
CASA's Rocklin rides bus for facility dog practice

Williamson County Court Appointed Service Advocate dog Rocklin lounged on the floor of the Franklin Transit Authority bus, using the 9 o'clock hour Wednesday morning to practice riding the transit system.

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City officials argue allowing new gas station corner construction | Franklin Municipal Planning Commission, FMPC, Board of Mayor and Alderman, Franklin BOMA, BOMA,
City officials argue allowing new gas station corner construction

Building any new gas stations on corners has been outlawed by ordinance in Franklin since 2008, but city aldermen and planning commissioners are working to reverse that.

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Polarizing year in Williamson politics prompts PAC formation | PAC, Willco Rising, Williamson County School Board, commission, Roger Abramson, political action committee
Polarizing year in Williamson politics prompts PAC formation

After a tumultuous year in local politics, a Brentwood man has started a political campaign committee to gear up for the next Williamson County general election.

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PR strategist talks branding to Women in Business | Kia Jarmon, Women in Business, branding
PR strategist talks branding to Women in Business

Advice from a lifelong entrepreneur readied the Williamson Chamber's female business professionals to start building a strong brand.

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Haslam to visit Williamson County for transit talks | transit, summit, transportation, Bill Haslam, John Schroer
Haslam to visit Williamson County for transit talks

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam will make a stop in Williamson County sometime in the next two months as he tours the state to discuss transportation and infrastructure needs with Tennessee communities.

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Franklin's Capella bought out for $900 million  | Capella Healthcare Inc., health care, business, Franklin
Franklin's Capella bought out for $900 million

Franklin's Capella Healthcare Inc., a privately-owned provider of health care services announced Monday that its parent company and sole stockholder, Capella Holdings Inc., signed a definitive agreement with Medical Properties Trust Inc. for $900 million in cash.

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Franklin network added to Nashville portfolio for stock opportunities
Franklin network added to Nashville portfolio for stock opportunities

Capitalizing on the economic growth in the Nashville area, LocalShares, Inc., adviser to the Nashville Area Exchange Traded Fund, added newly public Franklin Financial Network, Inc. to the fund's portfolio of regional holdings.

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Public reacts to school board candidate interview process

County citizens interviewed by Home Page Media said the private interview process being used to select a nominee to fill an unexpired term on the Williamson County School board should be changed.

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UPDATE: WCS and county commissioner reach settlement on lawsuit
UPDATE: WCS and county commissioner reach settlement on lawsuit

Williamson County Schools officials and Williamson County Commissioner Barb Sturgeon have finally reached a settlement in a lawsuit filed seven months ago.

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Former county commissioner John Hancock dead at 72 | John Hancock, Williamson County Commission, Williamson County Schools, director, transportation, dies, Williamson Memorial
Former county commissioner John Hancock dead at 72

Former Williamson County Commissioner and U.S. Marine Corps veteran John Hancock of Franklin died early Sunday after a long battle with cancer. He was 72.

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Kroger recalls four spices due to possible salmonella contamination
Kroger recalls four spices due to possible salmonella contamination

Kroger has recalled several of store brand seasonings due to possible contamination from Salmonella, officials said last weekend.

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Former local doctor helps reduce infant deaths in Haiti by 66 percent
Former local doctor helps reduce infant deaths in Haiti by 66 percent

Two years ago, Dr. David Vanderpool sold his Brentwood home, a successful medical practice, and most of his family's belongings to help serve one of the most poverty stricken countries in the world: Haiti. Now, as a result of his efforts, a recent study found a 66 percent drop in infant mortality rates there.

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