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Franklin mayor Moore launches re-election bid  | Mayor Ken Mayor, Board of Mayor and Alderman, Franklin Municipal Election,
Franklin mayor Moore launches re-election bid

Incumbent Franklin Mayor Ken Moore has officially announced his candidacy for re-election in the Oct. 27 city election.

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Chamber of Commerce seeking board nominations | Williamson County Chamber of Commerce, nominations, board of directors, 2016
Chamber of Commerce seeking board nominations

The Williamson County Chamber of Commerce is on the lookout for nominations for the 2016 Board of Directors.

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Pioneer Brentwood Boy Scout leader 'Chad' Drumwright dead at 92
Pioneer Brentwood Boy Scout leader 'Chad' Drumwright dead at 92

Ewing Chadwell "Chad" Drumright Jr., whose desire to become a Boy Scout member led to continuation of one the America's oldest troops -- fabled Brentwood Troop One -- died on Thursday July 2, 2015. He was 92.

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Mayor Anderson to give state of the county address July 21 | Williamson County Mayor, 2015, state of the county address, Rogers Anderson, budget, growth, Williamson Inc.
Mayor Anderson to give state of the county address July 21

Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson is set to deliver his annual state of the county address during Williamson Inc.'s Tuesday, July 21, membership meeting.

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New donation bin law enlists public's help | Tennessee, donation, bin, law, guidelines, #BinCheck
New donation bin law enlists public's help

Specific labeling guidelines for donation bins are now required by the state and the public can help enforce them.

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Highway commission OKs turn lanes into Look Away Farms | Look Away Farms, turn lanes, Williamson County Highway Commission
Highway commission OKs turn lanes into Look Away Farms

The Williamson County Highway Commission on Wednesday voted in favor of turn lanes leading into a Clovercroft Road subdivision.

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Williamson Strong files state appeal, federal lawsuit over PAC ruling | federal, lawsuit, free speech, Williamson Strong, Registry of Election Finance, Bureau of Ethics and Campaign Finance, appeal, Gerard Stranch
Williamson Strong files state appeal, federal lawsuit over PAC ruling

A controversial Williamson County schools advocacy group recently penalized for operating as an unregistered political action committee has contested that ruling and filed a federal lawsuit against the state.

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'LITTLE BIT' OF EVERYTHING: The Affordable Care Act is not enough
'LITTLE BIT' OF EVERYTHING: The Affordable Care Act is not enough

I grew up in an upper-middle class family in the 1990s.

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Obama says strides made on healthcare coverage, but work remains | President Barack Obama, Insure Tennessee, Affordable Care Act,
Obama says strides made on healthcare coverage, but work remains

With the Supreme Court decision that upheld the Affordable Care Act as a backdrop, President Obama on Wednesday reminded a Nashville audience of the strides already made to provide Americans with healthcare and the work that remains to be done.

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New election administrator takes post July 1, looks forward to growth prep | Williamson County Election Commission, Administrator, July 1, Chad Gray, vote
New election administrator takes post July 1, looks forward to growth prep

Longtime Williamson County Election Commission employee Chad Gray will take over as the department's top administrator on Wednesday, July 1.

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Birth, death certificate fees to increase July 1 | birth certificate, death certificate, Tennessee, Williamson County Health Department, fee, increase, July 1, $15
Birth, death certificate fees to increase July 1

The Tennessee Department of Health's Office of Vital Records will increase fees for providing certificates of birth and death, effective Wednesday, July 1.

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WCS board hopeful boasts 38 years of public education experience | Garry Adams, District 4, Williamson County School Board, Paul Bartholomew, interim
WCS board hopeful boasts 38 years of public education experience

Before his 2012 retirement in Williamson County, Garry Adams spent 38 years in public education as a teacher, assistant principal and principal.

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