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UPDATE: DA files motion to try suspected killer as adult UPDATE: DA files motion to try suspected killer as adult

Prosecutors with the 22nd Judicial District filed a motion Tuesday to try Darious Fitzpatrick, 17, as an adult for his alleged role in the robbery-homicide Oct. 20 at the Papa John's restaurant in Columbia.

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WCBA members rate three for 21st District Circuit Court Judge

The Williamson County Bar Association recently released a poll of its members rating the three nominees State Gov. Bill Haslam is considering for appointment to the 21st Judicial District Circuit Court.

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City and residents enter long debate over amendments to noise ordinance
City and residents enter long debate over amendments to noise ordinance

Brentwood City Commissioners agreed Monday night to revisit amendments to the city's noise ordinance at its Dec. 8 meeting, but not without the comments from a number of residents, mostly from Williamsburg Circle, who urged the Board to allot more time for discussion.

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BHS student starts music promotion venture
BHS student starts music promotion venture

A Brentwood High School student has started his own music promotion venture, which launched its first website earlier this week.

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Leaders and philanthropists prep for Battle of Franklin anniversary

The last quarterly Breakfast With the Mayors of the year brought several state and community leaders and volunteers to Rolling Hills Community Church in Franklin Tuesday morning to discuss strides made in preserving Franklin's Civil War history.

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Extra WCSO deputies to patrol Halloween weekend

Williamson County Sheriff's Office deputies will be working to keep citizens safe during the upcoming Halloween weekend.

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TDOT Traffic Update: Oct. 30-Nov. 5
TDOT Traffic Update: Oct. 30-Nov. 5

The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation's weekly update for Williamson County for the week of Oct. 30 to Nov. 5

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Wing Tip of First United Methodist Church performs at Morning Pointe
Wing Tip of First United Methodist Church performs at Morning Pointe

Wing Tip, a volunteer band from First United Methodist Church, performed at Morning Pointe of Brentwood last weekend.

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Morning Pointe Residents touch Honduras with community service work
Morning Pointe Residents touch Honduras with community service work

Seniors at Morning Pointe of Brentwood spent part of their weekend helping those less fortunate in Honduras.

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EDUCATION ROUNDUP: Bethesda Elementary plans Scholastic Book Fair for November, Brentwood Middle students lead lessons on media
EDUCATION ROUNDUP: Bethesda Elementary plans Scholastic Book Fair for November, Brentwood Middle students lead lessons on media

Here is a compilation of recent schools activities throughout Williamson County.

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Parents question WCS board member about records request
Parents question WCS board member about records request

Most parents who attended Tuesday night's "Let's Talk Schools" meeting with Williamson County School District leaders focused questions on District 12 representative Susan Curlee and her recent request for public records.

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Paschall hat trick lifts Ravenwood girls' soccer to semifinals
Paschall hat trick lifts Ravenwood girls' soccer to semifinals

Ravenwood's girls soccer team took on Hardin Valley Academy in the Class AAA state quarterfinals Wednesday.

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WAKM to broadcast Franklin-Centennial

WAKM has announced its weekly football show guests and game of the week to be carried over the air on 950-AM and audio live-streaming on the web at wakmworldwide.com or on your iPhone via TuneIn Radio.

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Seven tips for women -- and men -- in leadership
Seven tips for women -- and men -- in leadership

Yolanda Harris-Jackson recently left a ministry that paid six-figures and helped women look beautiful on the outside for one that pays half that much but empowers women to be the best they can be in all aspects of their lives.

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BOB McKINNEY: What I know
BOB McKINNEY: What I know

Tony Wood is fairly typical for a dad his age.

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Residential closings on the rise in Williamson County

The Williamson County Association of Realtors released real estate statistics in the county for the month of September, showing high residential closings but few land and condominium sales.

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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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SHOWCASE HOME: Beautiful European-style home a must-see
SHOWCASE HOME: Beautiful European-style home a must-see

Quality, community and security combine to make this exquisite European-inspired home a must-see contender if you are shopping for a new Brentwood home.

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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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