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City enacts eminent domain for Franklin Road widening project City enacts eminent domain for Franklin Road widening project

The first lawsuit has been filed as a result of the Franklin Road widening project, but city officials said on Monday they hope there's still time to settle with the homeowner out of court.

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Polarizing year in Williamson politics prompts PAC formation
Polarizing year in Williamson politics prompts PAC formation

After a tumultuous year in local politics, a Brentwood man has started a political campaign committee to gear up for the next Williamson County general election.

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PR strategist talks branding to Women in Business
PR strategist talks branding to Women in Business

Advice from a lifelong entrepreneur readied the Williamson Chamber's female business professionals to start building a strong brand.

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Haslam to visit Williamson County for transit talks
Haslam to visit Williamson County for transit talks

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam will make a stop in Williamson County sometime in the next two months as he tours the state to discuss transportation and infrastructure needs with Tennessee communities.

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Franklin's Capella bought out for $900 million
Franklin's Capella bought out for $900 million

Franklin's Capella Healthcare Inc., a privately-owned provider of health care services announced Monday that its parent company and sole stockholder, Capella Holdings Inc., signed a definitive agreement with Medical Properties Trust Inc. for $900 million in cash.

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Teen and juvenile arrested after airsoft gun incident
Teen and juvenile arrested after airsoft gun incident

An 18-year-old Franklin resident and a juvenile were arrested and charged with four counts of aggravated assault and four counts of reckless endangerment for allegedly firing an airsoft pellet gun into a crowd at the Westhaven basketball courts Friday.

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Sheriff Long elected ROCIC board chairman
Sheriff Long elected ROCIC board chairman

Williamson County Sheriff Jeff Long is the new chairman of the board of the Regional Organized Crime Information Center (ROCIC), a regional organization that serves law enforcement agencies in Tennessee and 13 other states and two U.S. territories.

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The A Group adds two members to its team

Brentwood's The A Group (TAG) has added two new team members.

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Hometown Hero award given to local teen's fundraising effort
Hometown Hero award given to local teen's fundraising effort
Darrell Waltrip Automotive honored Franklin native Samantha Ponder this month after her efforts to organize the local Snowball Express 5K that happens in May each year.

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New Mill Creek Middle and Hillsboro principals announced
New Mill Creek Middle and Hillsboro principals announced

Superintendent Mike Looney has announced two principal changes for Williamson County Schools.

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Public reacts to Looney's retention
Public reacts to Looney's retention

On Friday, Williamson County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney decided to forgo an offer to be Metro Nashville Public Schools' director to stay in Williamson County. The Home Page asked citizens and officials to respond.

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WillCo football teams endure first practices in full pads
WillCo football teams endure first practices in full pads

High school teams from across Williamson County practiced in full pads for the first time this season on Monday.

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BA's Mathews commits to Ole Miss
BA's Mathews commits to Ole Miss

Brentwood Academy senior offensive tackle Bryce Mathews committed to play football for the University of Mississippi Friday.

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Lynn Anderson releases first album in a decade
Lynn Anderson releases first album in a decade

Wearing a silver bedazzled hat, Brentwood resident Lynn Anderson sits with her hands clasped, as she candidly talks about her first album in more than a decade.

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Brentwood Photography Group announces July contest winners, offers free classes
Brentwood Photography Group announces July contest winners, offers free classes

The Brentwood Photography Group, over 200 members strong, held a group outing July 24 and closed a friendly competition while welcoming the community to a free photography class series slated for Aug. 13.

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

"Mama, don't worry, I forgive you," Lu said as we got into the van to go to church Sunday morning.

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

It had to happen.

After two relatively mild summers around these parts, we were due for a scorcher. I don't know that we have hit the 100-degree mark yet but we've been flirting with it.

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Home buyers find sellers control Williamson market
Home buyers find sellers control Williamson market

Potential Williamson County homeowners ready to buy might have found a seller's market with bidding battles and a low inventory.

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Realtors and Department of Energy create energy efficiency program
Realtors and Department of Energy create energy efficiency program

Tennessee Realtors have teamed up with the U.S. Department of Energy to provide consumers with effective information about energy efficiency.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Medalist Court Governor's Club home ready for new owners
SHOWCASE HOME: Medalist Court Governor's Club home ready for new owners

This 10 Medalist Court property currently up for grabs is the epitome of function and country elegance.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Historic Liberty Church home searching for new family
SHOWCASE HOME: Historic Liberty Church home searching for new family

History meets elegance in this stunning property located once owned by Brentwood historian Vance Little.

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