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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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Sustainability Commission learns of updates to city's transportation plan

The City of Franklin Sustainability Commission heard a presentation as to the status of the city's Comprehensive Transportation Plan from Paul Holzen, director of the engineering department, at Wednesday's meeting in City Hall.

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Tuesday ends with 7,985 early voters
Tuesday ends with 7,985 early voters

A total of 7,985 votes have been cast in Williamson County a week into early voting for the state and municipal general elections on Nov. 4.

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Williamson County Mayors to serve as mentors to students
Williamson County Mayors to serve as mentors to students
Williamson County Mayors to serve as mentors to students
Williamson County Mayors to serve as mentors to students

Governor Bill Haslam's Tennessee Promise initiative to ensure that students enroll and succeed in college has developed a new facet of the program: getting the Mayor of Williamson County and the City Mayors to act as mentors for students in the program.

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TDEC to host meeting tonight on City of Franklin's drinking water permit

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conversation is holding a public meeting tonight at 5:30 p.m. in the conference room of the Franklin Police Department Headquarters on Columbia Avenue.

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Columbia man killed in Papa John's robbery Monday night
Columbia man killed in Papa John's robbery Monday night

Papa John's Pizza employee Gordon Schaffer, 22, was killed Monday night in the course of a two-man armed robbery at the restaurant at 1902 Shady Brook Street in Columbia, according to a news release from the Columbia Police Department.

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Ann Stahlman Hill, acclaimed theatre patron, daughter of Banner publisher, dead at 93
Ann Stahlman Hill, acclaimed theatre patron, daughter of Banner publisher, dead at 93

Ann Stahlman Hill, daughter of the late longtime Nashville Banner publisher and philanthropist James Geddes (Jimmy) Stahlman, died Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014. She was 93.

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Early voting total reaches 6,394 as second week starts

Since early voting began Oct. 15, some 6,394 people have cast their ballots in Williamson County by the end of the day on Monday, Oct. 20.

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WCS board eases anti-Common Core resolution language

During a Thursday night work session, the Williamson County School Board of Education picked up last month's contentious discussion on a nonbinding resolution against Common Core and reached a consensus that put a "positive" spin on the language.

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'Storybook' resort for dogs opening Oct. 26 in Arrington
'Storybook' resort for dogs opening Oct. 26 in Arrington

Dogwood Hollow, a new storybook-themed dog-boarding facility, will celebrate its grand opening on Sunday, Oct. 26 from 2-6 p.m.

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County school board to consider ethics code Monday
County school board to consider ethics code Monday

Williamson County's Board of Education may take a symbolic step on Monday, Oct. 20, away from its discordant state toward possibly calmer waters when members consider signing the Code of Ethics.

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'Wounded Warrior' run surpasses last year with 1,000-plus
'Wounded Warrior' run surpasses last year with 1,000-plus

More than 1,000 people participated in the Wounded Warrior 8K run that started Saturday morning on the Battle Ground Academy campus.

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