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Citizen comments due by Nov. 3 on Franklin water permit renewal
City of Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and city administrator Eric Stuckey presenting at TDEC public meeting
Citizen comments due by Nov. 3 on Franklin water permit renewal

Middle Tennesseans interested in Franklin's renewal application of its permit to withdraw water from the Harpeth River have until Nov. 3 to submit their pro or con comments to the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.

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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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Scene & Heard: Wine Down Main Street volunteer staff
Jerome and Candida Bannister have volunteering at Wine Down Main Street for 14 years
Scene & Heard: Wine Down Main Street volunteer staff

Loy and Cathy Hardcastle opened up their historic downtown Franklin home to the volunteer staff of this year's Wine Down Main Street festival benefiting the Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee.

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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

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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