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22-year old charged with DUI could cost the city upwards of $30,000 in damages 22-year old charged with DUI could cost the city upwards of $30,000 in damages

A 22-year-old man was arrested for DUI on Wednesday after an accident over the weekend that could cost the city of Brentwood more than $30,000 in damages.

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New grocery delivery service coming to Brentwood, Franklin
New grocery delivery service coming to Brentwood, Franklin

Brentwood and Franklin residents will have another option for grocery delivery service with Shipt's announcement this week of expanding service to the Middle Tennessee region.

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State agency approves $109 million proton therapy center for Franklin
State agency approves $109 million proton therapy center for Franklin

Provision Proton Centers on Wednesday received approval from a state agency to build a new proton therapy center for cancer patients on an 11.6-acre vacant lot next to Williamson Medical Center in Franklin.

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Committee reduces funds to defend Sturgeon lawsuit to $20,000
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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H&M opens second Nashville-area location in Cool Springs
H&M opens second Nashville-area location in Cool Springs

Sitting on the khaki-colored floor of the Cool Springs Galleria Mall, Hope Hartwigsen and her niece, Maria Hood, waited for more than 12 hours Wednesday for the H&M store opening in the chain's newest location.

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TDOT Traffic Update: May 28-June 3
TDOT Traffic Update: May 28-June 3

The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for the period of May 28-June 3.

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FIRE-RESCUE REPORT: Crews respond to power line on fire
FIRE-RESCUE REPORT: Crews respond to power line on fire

Brentwood Fire and Rescue responded to 69 emergency calls for service for the period of May 14-19, according to Chief Brian Goss.

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10,000 may help open American Girl store in Franklin
10,000 may help open American Girl store in Franklin

In her red American Girl t-shirt, Mystery Rowe had her long, blonde-haired, look-alike doll tucked under her arm.

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Williamson County observes rainy Memorial Day
Williamson County observes rainy Memorial Day

A rainy Memorial Day certainly changed many people's plans, but it could not ruin all of them.

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WCS to no longer administer tech literacy test
WCS to no longer administer tech literacy test

Starting next school year, Williamson County Schools students will no longer be required to take an assessment that tests their basic technology skills.

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Columbia State summer registration still open
Columbia State summer registration still open

Students still have three weeks to sign up for second-term summer classes at Columbia State Community College. The application deadline is Friday, June 19, for new students and Friday, June 26, for returning students.

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Spring Fling week in review
Spring Fling week in review

A handful of area high school teams and athletes came away with state titles at the TSSAA Spring Fling in Murfreesboro last week.

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Hester, Jefferson, Roy win top WILLCO honors
Hester, Jefferson, Roy win top WILLCO honors

As the 2015 school year comes to a close, Williamson County Schools Interscholastic Athletics officials on Thursday night honored the top high school athletes with the first WILLCO Awards.

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Volunteers, runners, veterans make Snowball Express a hit
Volunteers, runners, veterans make Snowball Express a hit

Hundreds of runners ran across the starting line in the middle of downtown Franklin for the second Snowball Express 5K race Saturday morning at 7:30 a.m.

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Southern Blues Denim offers tech-savvy jeans
Southern Blues Denim offers tech-savvy jeans

Bob and Julie Weil, owners of the new Southern Blues Denim Company in Spring Hill, have a tech-savvy concept for men's jeans.

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JULIE HOLT: The Lighter Side
JULIE HOLT: The Lighter Side

We made it -- we survived another school year, and summer stretches before us with endless possibility, promising relaxation and adventure.

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BOB McKINNEY: What I Know
BOB McKINNEY: What I Know

If you have scanned the headlines of any of the Internet news sites recently, or thumbed through the back pages of a print newspaper, you might have noticed something about "off-the-grid" parents or parenting.

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Berry Farms continues growth patterns
Berry Farms continues growth patterns

The growth of Berry Farms, the sprawling south Franklin mixed-use community being built by Boyle Investment Company, continues.

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Affiliate broker Raven England joins Crye-Leike Brentwood office

Crye-Leike has welcomed a new affiliate broker to its Brentwood office.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Gardenridge home perfect for country club living
SHOWCASE HOME: Gardenridge home perfect for country club living

207 Gardenridge Drive is the perfect example of country club living.

Priced at $779,900 and located in The Gardens at Old Natchez Country Club, this stunning home will be a comfortable and enjoyable space for you and your family to live.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Elegant home with a breathtaking view
SHOWCASE HOME: Elegant home with a breathtaking view

If you're looking for a home that's as beautiful outside as it is in, then look no further than 3017 Smith Lane.

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