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State denies permits for ER facitilies off OHB State denies permits for ER facitilies off OHB

The Tennessee Health Services and Development Agency on Wednesday denied two proposals for freestanding emergency facilities on the Davidson-Brentwood side of Old Hickory Boulevard.

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WillCo ranked Tennessee's healthiest

A recent study rates Williamson as the healthiest of Tennessee's 95 counties.

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U.S. Congressman Blackburn speaks to Chamber April 8
U.S. Congressman Blackburn speaks to Chamber April 8

U.S. Congressman Marsha Blackburn and a group of local business leaders will visit Williamson County on Wednesday, April 8, to speak to Williamson, Inc. members and the local community about the impact of data-driven innovation.

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Brentwood to allow running at Smith Park
Brentwood to allow running at Smith Park

Brentwood City Commissioners intend to allow trail running at Smith Park after a number of residents began to petition the city to legalize the activity last October.

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Women of past set example for women of present at Chamber luncheon
Women of past set example for women of present at Chamber luncheon

Women of the past inspired women of today at the Williamson Chamber's monthly Women in Business luncheon on Tuesday.

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Wrong-way driver on I-65 injures Brentwood officer
Wrong-way driver on I-65 injures Brentwood officer

A Brentwood police officer was injured last night in a vehicle crash that involved a driver headed the wrong way down Interstate 65 near Moores Lane.

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TDOT Traffic Update: March 26-April 1
TDOT Traffic Update: March 26-April 1

The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation traffic update for March 26-April 1.

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Asheville's Tupelo Honey Cafe coming to Cool Springs
Asheville's Tupelo Honey Cafe coming to Cool Springs

Asheville's iconic downtown restaurant, Tupelo Honey Cafe, will open a new location in the fall 2015 at the Meridian Cool Springs community in Franklin.

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Easter Bunny, organizers to scatter 30,000 eggs for annual hunt
Easter Bunny, organizers to scatter 30,000 eggs for annual hunt

Children of all ages will gather Thursday, April 2 for the hunt to find goodies the Easter Bunny has left behind in the form of brightly colored eggs.

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Second WCS Fine Arts Festival ready for Saturday
Second WCS Fine Arts Festival ready for Saturday

The second annual Williamson County Schools Fine Arts Festival is scheduled for Saturday, March 28, from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. at The Factory At Franklin.

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Tennessee Comptroller's Office unveils education data site

The Tennessee Comptroller's Offices of Research and Education Accountability (OREA) has released a new website tool that shows data for school districts across the state.

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Baseball Roundup: Brentwood rallies to beat Dickson County

Brentwood High's baseball team hosted Dickson County Thursday and CPA battled Summertown at home.

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Soccer: Ravenwood hands Indy first loss of season

Undefeated Independence hosted District 11-AAA foe Ravenwood Thursday in both teams' first district game of the season.

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BGA junior advances to national poetry competition
BGA junior advances to national poetry competition

Saturday, March 14, was a full day of Keats, Burns, Plath, and other famous poets' verses as 22 Tennessee high school students from across the state competed for 2015 Tennessee Poetry Out Loud State Championship.

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Gardening Together: A way to make food work
Gardening Together: A way to make food work

Tucked away off West Meade Boulevard, residents of Franklin Estates Mobile Home Park will try a new experiment this spring when they plant a one-acre garden mostly for its Spanish-speaking community as an additional food source.

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Judy Payton's retirement means changes at library

A big change is coming to the Brentwood Library that has nothing to do with the building, the books, or the amount charged for late returns.

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

Drawing on my 14 years of experience as a hair stylist-therapist, I have diagnosed myself with SAD (seasonal affective disorder).

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Time for spring landscaping projects

For those who have stared longingly all winter out their windows at gardens and yards, spring couldn't have come fast enough.

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Fridrich and Clark real estate agent named Realtor of the Year
Fridrich and Clark real estate agent named Realtor of the Year

The Greater Nashville Association of Realtors named Price Lechleiter of Fridrich and Clark Realty the Realtor of the Year for 2014 on Saturday, March 14.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Governors Club home offers view of 6th green
SHOWCASE HOME: Governors Club home offers view of 6th green

A circular drive welcomes you to the perfect upscale home of manageable size in Brentwood's premiere gated community. This Governors Club home was custom built by Hale &Thomas on a beautiful site overlooking the 6th green of the subdivision's Arnold Palmer golf course.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Gorgeous Kentucky lake house closer than you think
SHOWCASE HOME: Gorgeous Kentucky lake house closer than you think

With spring finally on its way, no time is better to dream about a lakefront property and this Kentucky beauty located directly across from the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area can be yours for $659,000. Located less than two hours from Brentwood, the exquisite property has four bedrooms, three fireplaces and a priceless view of Eddy Creek, a tributary of the Cumberland River.

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