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Rodney Crowell, Lamar Alexander pull out surprises at chamber luncheon Rodney Crowell, Lamar Alexander pull out surprises at chamber luncheon

For its monthly luncheon, the county’s chamber of commerce, Williamson, Inc., decided to be a bit unpredictable.

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Early voting opens today; new voting record technology delayed
Early voting opens today; new voting record technology delayed

Early voting for the May 6 County Republican Primary opens today. For a few brief minutes Tuesday, it seemed like anyone with an Internet connection was going to be able to access the names of those who voted early and what district they live in.

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ELECTION 2014: WMC, education dominate Monday candidate forum
ELECTION 2014: WMC, education dominate Monday candidate forum

Candidate curiosity brought constituents to Franklin City Hall Monday night for a voter’s forum hosted by The Clapham Group.

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Harley-Davidson debate continues to dominate City Commission meetings

As expected, residents in close proximity to the recently approved Harley-Davidson dealership voiced their opposition during the public hearing portion of Monday night’s Brentwood City Commission meeting.

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Open 4th district school board seat sparks political debate
Open 4th district school board seat sparks political debate

What role partisan politics should play in a Williamson County Board of Education race came under scrutiny last week after an email was sent by a sitting county commissioner to other locally connected elected leaders and party representatives.

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Sheriff's Office warns against new phone scam

The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is warning county residents about a jury duty scam that has made its way into the country. According to the sheriff’s office, the Brentwood Police Department is already investigating at least five reports of this scam.

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Nolensville Police Department names new police chief

Mayor Jimmy Alexander has appointed Troy Huffines to serve the Town of Nolensville as the third police chief since incorporation of the town in 1996.

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Brentwood churches plan Easter services
Brentwood churches plan Easter services

Click to read a roundup of Easter church services in Brentwood.

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50 artists set to perform during Americana Experience 10-day festival

The lineup for the Americana Experience 10-day music festival was released this morning and includes more than 50 artists in several venues around Franklin and Leiper's Fork in May.

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The Know You Project Student of the Week: April 16
The Know You Project Student of the Week: April 16

Please read about this week's The Know You Project Students of the Week for April 16.

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Testing preparations underway in county schools

In just a few weeks, thousands of Williamson County students will participate in assessments for the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP).

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Sports Roundup: BHS tennis wins big; BA baseball, soccer suffer defeat

Brentwood Academy's baseball and soccer teams competed in district play Tuesday night, while Brentwood High's tennis team took on Summit in a District 11-AAA matchup. 

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Baseball Roundup: BHS, RHS earn crucial district wins

Brentwood High's baseball team hosted Centennial Monday night for the first matchup of a crucial district series, while Ravenwood took on Independence.

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Dear Mr. Granbery: Talbot's and a great shoe store top my list
Dear Mr. Granbery: Talbot's and a great shoe store top my list

Talbot’s (petite, misses and plus size, please), a Nordstrom-quality shoe store (that carries size 11 AAAA for my mother when she visits), a great steak and/or seafood restaurant, and a hip and informal restaurant specializing in locally produced foods and brews top my wish list for the new Hill Center Brentwood.

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DR. JIM WELLBORN: There's a Stranger in My House
DR. JIM WELLBORN: There's a Stranger in My House

21st-century skills: Saving grace

Timeless universal values represented by an employee’s integrity will serve to distinguish them in an increasingly personal work environment. Curiously (and, maybe tellingly) discussions of important 21st-Century work skills do not reference employees' integrity (or the morals, ethics, values and character that compose it) as one of those important skills.

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REAL ESTATE: Condos lead the market in March
REAL ESTATE: Condos lead the market in March

The number of single-family residential closings in the county held steady last month, with a moderate increase over March 2013. But condo sales and prices saw a big jump.

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Incredible home with room to roam inside and out
Incredible home with room to roam inside and out

The phrase “wide open spaces” best describes this incredible custom built home at 1119 Waller Road in Brentwood. It features 5,301 square feet on the inside, and more than six picturesque acres available on the outside.

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