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Committee reduces funds to defend Sturgeon lawsuit to $20,000 | Williamson County Education Committee, civil suit, $20,000, legal counsel, Williamson County School Board
Committee reduces funds to defend Sturgeon lawsuit to $20,000

The Williamson County Commission's Education Committee on Tuesday night unanimously approved a reduced amount of $20,000 for Williamson County Schools to contend with a pending civil lawsuit.

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CASA fundraiser passes $130,000 for local child advocacy  | Franklin, Williamson County, CASA, benefit, Franklin Theatre
CASA fundraiser passes $130,000 for local child advocacy  | Franklin, Williamson County, CASA, benefit, Franklin Theatre
Brett James, who was apart of last year\'s show, also played this year accompanied by two other singer-songwriter musicians // HOME PAGE MEDIA EMILY R. WEST
CASA fundraiser passes $130,000 for local child advocacy

Officials of Williamson County Court Appointed Special Advocates have announced its early May concert raised more than $130,000 in donations and gifts from patrons.

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Maine SAR teams plan June search for missing Brentwood hiker | June, Maine Warden Service, search and rescue, Gerry Largay, Brentwood, hiker, Appalachian Trail
Maine SAR teams plan June search for missing Brentwood hiker

Maine search and rescue teams plan to conduct a one-day search in June for a Brentwood hiker who disappeared on the Appalachian Trail nearly two years ago.

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WCS officials issue alert on football cards scam
WCS officials issue alert on football cards scam

Williamson County School officials have issued an alert warning of a woman misrepresenting herself to businesses in the Spring Hill area.

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Alderman talks inclusionary housing, neighborhood signage | Franklin, BOMA, Board of Mayor and Alderman, Williamson County, inclusionary housing, neighborhood signage
Alderman talks inclusionary housing, neighborhood signage

At-Large Alderman Pearl Bransford will continue to work on two potential items she would like to see become resolutions before Franklin's Board of Mayor and Alderman - a heftier inclusionary housing policy and neighborhood signage.

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Brentwood Fire-Rescue, Franklin FD eye mutual aid pact
Brentwood Fire-Rescue, Franklin FD eye mutual aid pact

The city of Brentwood will vote on Tuesday whether to enter to an automatic mutual aid agreement with the Franklin Fire Department to identify areas along the two cities' borders where response times can be improved.

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Nominations open for Franklin Tomorrow Volunteer Awards
Nominations open for Franklin Tomorrow Volunteer Awards

The ninth annual Franklin Tomorrow Exemplary Community Volunteer Awards and Volunteer Spirit Awards are set for Wednesday, July 22.

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Masonic Lodge receives national landmark plaque after decades waiting | Franklin, National Park Service, national landmark, Hiram Lodge No. 7, Historic Franklin, Historic preservation, Williamson County
Masonic Lodge receives national landmark plaque after decades waiting

After waiting more than 40 years, the National Park Service finally presented the long awaited national historic landmark for the Hiram Masonic Lodge No. 7 from 1973.

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U.S. Park Service commits to grant for Carter Hill Park property | Franklin, Carter Hill Battlefield Park, National Park Service, Civil War Trust, Franklin Historic Preservation, Franklin's Charge
U.S. Park Service commits to grant for Carter Hill Park property

The American Battlefield Protection Program (ABPP) has committed the funding needed to buy more property along Columbia Avenue for the Carter Hill Battlefield Park.

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State task force discusses education survey | Candice McQueen, education survey, assessment, task force
State task force discusses education survey

A task force of education stakeholders in April administered surveys to Tennessee school districts, teachers and administrators to collect data on assessments.

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Park at Harlinsdale receives $250K fundraising boost | Franklin, Friends of Franklin Parks, Park at Harlinsdale Farm, Historic Franklin, Harlinsdale Park, Franklin Synergy, Infiniti of Cool Springs, Tennessee Equine Hospital
Park at Harlinsdale receives $250K fundraising boost

Three more corporate partners teamed up this week to donate $225,000 to Friends of Franklin Parks in efforts push along the project for the upgrades to the Park at Harlinsdale Farm.

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Property transfers show $5.1 million spent on Harpeth Square land | Harpeth Square, property transfers, Franklin, Historic Franklin, Downtown Franklin, Williamson County
Property transfers show $5.1 million spent on Harpeth Square land

Several Williamson County property transfers show $5.1 million have been spent thus far to acquire some of the downtown Franklin land for what might become the $80 million, mixed use Harpeth Square development.

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