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WillCo ranked Tennessee's healthiest

A recent study rates Williamson as the healthiest of Tennessee's 95 counties.

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U.S. Congressman Blackburn speaks to Chamber April 8
U.S. Congressman Blackburn speaks to Chamber April 8

U.S. Congressman Marsha Blackburn and a group of local business leaders will visit Williamson County on Wednesday, April 8, to speak to Williamson, Inc. members and the local community about the impact of data-driven innovation.

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Carlisle Lane rezoning question faces planning commission
Carlisle Lane rezoning question faces planning commission
The triangular rezoning plan for Carlisle Lane off of Del Rio Pike will be one of the bigger discussions for the Franklin Municipal Planning Commission during Thursday evening's meeting.  Read More
 
Franklin gets highest bond ratings for 6th straight year

Two different bond agencies continue to confer on the city of Franklin a AAA bond rating, the highest status awarded.

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Temporary city fire station gets more space at Ag-Expo Park
Temporary city fire station gets more space at Ag-Expo Park

Fire and Life Safety Educator Jamie Melton said city firefighters moved out of the expo center last week to allow for more public events that it supports while providing accommodations for the fire personnel and equipment.

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Asheville's Tupelo Honey Cafe coming to Cool Springs
Asheville's Tupelo Honey Cafe coming to Cool Springs

Asheville's iconic downtown restaurant, Tupelo Honey Cafe, will open a new location in the fall 2015 at the Meridian Cool Springs community in Franklin.

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BOMA wrestles with sprinkler, housing issues
BOMA wrestles with sprinkler, housing issues

The topic of fire sprinklers and inclusionary housing were the top items of discussion during the Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen work session and meeting Tuesday night.

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Women of past set example for women of present at Chamber luncheon
Women of past set example for women of present at Chamber luncheon

Women of the past inspired women of today at the Williamson Chamber's monthly Women in Business luncheon on Tuesday.

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'Wooded Rapist' wants untried local charges expunged
'Wooded Rapist' wants untried local charges expunged

Infamous convicted serial attacker Robert Jason Burdick -- known as the "Wooded Rapist" -- on Monday asked a judge to expunge numerous Williamson County charges that have never been tried.

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BOMA to talk zoning, contracts in March meeting on Tuesday
BOMA to talk zoning, contracts in March meeting on Tuesday

During Tuesday night's Franklin Board of Mayor and Alderman meeting, members will discuss and vote upon items related to zoning ordinances, appointments, and contracts for the city.

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Franklin company wins award from Nashville Business Journal
Franklin company wins award from Nashville Business Journal

The Nashville Business Journal awarded its "Best in Business" award last week to A. Marshall Foods Inc., the Franklin-based company responsible for running Puckett's Grocery and Restaurant.

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Chamber's business survey results released

A Williamson Chamber survey shows a majority of respondents would support raising taxes to pay for transportation improvements that might include mass transit.

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