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Williamson County 4.5 percent of state's early voters Williamson County 4.5 percent of state's early voters

Votes nearly broke 10,000 in Williamson County when polls closed Wednesday, which accounts for roughly 4.5 percent of the 224,721 statewide who have cast early votes for the Nov. 4 elections.

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City commission to hold final vote on vested rights ordinance

City commissioners will hold the final vote Monday on an ordinance amending the city's municipal code regarding development plans and vested property rights.

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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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Kirkland's completes corporate HQ relocation to Brentwood
Kirkland's completes corporate HQ relocation to Brentwood

Home décor retailer Kirkland's has completed its corporate headquarters relocation to Brentwood's Maryland Farms, a media release announced Wednesday.

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Swiftwick announces new president
Swiftwick announces new president

Swiftwick, a Brentwood-based producer of athletic and medical compression socks, announced Chuck Smith as the company's new president Friday.

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CRIME REPORT: Two vehicle thefts top this week's report

Two stolen vehicles are most notable in this week's crime report released Thursday by Assist. Police Chief Tommy Walsh.

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FIRE & RESCUE REPORT: Crews save deer caught in rope
FIRE & RESCUE REPORT: Crews save deer caught in rope

Brentwood Fire & Rescue responded to 52 emergency calls for service between Oct. 10 through Oct. 15, Chief Brian Goss said in a briefing Monday.

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Library hosts Living Well with Chronic Conditions program

The Brentwood Library will begin a six-week "Living Well with Chronic Conditions" program starting Friday, Oct. 24 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

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UPCOMING: Oct. 19-26

Here are meetings in your area that may be of interest this week. To submit a public meeting to be included in this weekly report, please email the information to news@brentwoodhomepage.com. Include contact information and put "Upcoming" in the subject line.

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Clark Oral and Facial Surgery's Students of the Week: Oct. 21
Clark Oral and Facial Surgery's Students of the Week: Oct. 21

Please read about this week's Brentwood Home Page Students of the Week for Oct. 21.

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WCS board approves financial incentives to recruit, retain bus drivers

In an effort to battle a bus driver shortage, Williamson County Schools has adopted an hourly pay increase and other incentives to retain and recruit drivers, effective immediately.

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Fantasy Football: Week 8 Start 'em, sit 'em

Jason Huck gives you the fantasy players you must start or sit for Week 8 of the NFL season.

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Volleyball: Brentwood to battle Siegel at state; Ravenwood fights to stay alive

The Brentwood Lady Bruins and Ravenwood Lady Raptors volleyball teams barely squeaked by in their second matches of the Class AAA state tournament at Siegel High School Wednesday.

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Nothing too hot for Mayor Crossley; BPD warns of jury scam
Nothing too hot for Mayor Crossley; BPD warns of jury scam

I love our mayor. Betsy Crossley isn't afraid to jump into the fire. And on Monday, she did exactly that when the Brentwood Fire & Rescue Department held a training burn three houses down in my neighborhood.

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DR. JEFF WILSON: Ankle High in Deep Water

It was the third weekend in October, 1996. Neyland Stadium had been unusually quiet for nearly two quarters as Volunteer fans watched Alabama score points. Tennessee had not scored. And then, in the shadows of the Vols own goal post, Peyton Manning fumbled the ball as he was sacked.

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The Grove throws open its gates this Friday
The Grove throws open its gates this Friday

Since 2011, the team of builders and designers at The Grove has been hard at work bringing the luxurious neighborhood to life and are now opening its gates to the public.

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Charlton Green a classic Franklin neighborhood
Charlton Green a classic Franklin neighborhood

If there is a neighborhood in the running for perfectly capturing a classic Franklin landscape, Charlton Green stands as a worthy contender and it's why its residents have stuck around..

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SHOWCASE HOME: English 'cottage' has room to roam
SHOWCASE HOME: English 'cottage' has room to roam

This beautiful home at 10 Tradition Lane in the gated Governor's Club is spacious, bright and airy. But the icing on the cake can be found in the pristine finishes and updated details which make it a true standout.

Built in 2005 and listed at $1,299,000, it has 5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths. An elevator provides easy access to every floor.

From the mix of materials such as stone, tile, granite, wood, and marble to the double crown molding, custom built-ins, plantation shutters, abundant arches and a uniquely shaped trey ceiling in the theater room, this home pleases an aesthetic eye as well as appeals to the practical sense in its use of space and functionality in its 6,671 square footage.

Starting with the oversized English cottage style exterior accented with stone, this home exudes charm from the outside in.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Find a private, peaceful escape at 2024 Parker Hollow Road
SHOWCASE HOME: Find a private, peaceful escape at 2024 Parker Hollow Road

Vacation comes everyday at this warm, inviting home situated on 25 wooded acres near Nolensville.

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