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Brentwood woman's death linked to federal meningitis indictments in Boston Brentwood woman's death linked to federal meningitis indictments in Boston

Two years ago, Brentwood resident Diana Reed was experiencing neck pain and went to the doctor for what she thought would be routine treatment.

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TDOT releases new traffic app

Middle Tennessee drivers can now check their cell phones for up-to-the-minute traffic updates provided by the Tennessee Department of Transportation.

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LBMC founder recipient of Outstanding Business Leadership award
LBMC founder recipient of Outstanding Business Leadership award

LBMC recently announced founder and managing partner David Morgan is the recipient of the 2014 Tennessee Tech University College of Business Outstanding Business Leadership award.

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TDOT Traffic Update: Dec. 28 - Jan. 7
TDOT Traffic Update: Dec. 28 - Jan. 7

The following is a Tennessee Department of Transportation update for the period of Dec. 18-Jan. 7.

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County ethics commission rehashes policy on accepting gifts

The Williamson County Ethics Commission met for its bi-annual meeting on Wednesday and rehashed the portion of the county ethics policy addressing the acceptance of gifts.

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Felon wanted for barroom pool cue attack
Felon wanted for barroom pool cue attack

An aggravated assault warrant has been issued for a state prison parolee who used a pool cue to badly hurt a man in a barroom brawl Wednesday, Franklin police said.

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WCSO amps up patrols and sobriety checkpoints for holidays
WCSO amps up patrols and sobriety checkpoints for holidays

To keep the roads safe during the holiday season, the Williamson County Sheriff's Office will increase patrols and sobriety checkpoints through New Year's.

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WillCo Movie Buff: 'Hobbit' finale a fine farewell to Middle Earth
WillCo Movie Buff: 'Hobbit' finale a fine farewell to Middle Earth

Now that the dust has settled, director Peter Jackson's vision for "The Hobbit" is complete.

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Parks and Rec featuring writing classes, tennis camps

The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department is now holding registration for its January general interests classes, featuring "Writing for Stage, Screen and Literature," and junior tennis camps.

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District middle schools score state and local grants

Two Williamson County middle schools were recently awarded local and state grants.

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EDUCATION ROUNDUP: NES students give 'Snow' performance; Bethesda Elementary students, teacher win 4H awards
EDUCATION ROUNDUP: NES students give 'Snow' performance; Bethesda Elementary students, teacher win 4H awards

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

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Mere Bulles Athletes of the Week Dec. 22
Mere Bulles Athletes of the Week Dec. 22

Click Read More to find out who was chosen for Athletes of the Week.

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Basketball Roundup: Ravenwood, CPA advance in holiday tournaments; BA wins tourney title; BHS routs Hunters Lane

Ravenwood, Brentwood Academy and CPA's basketball teams competed in holiday tournaments this past weekend, while Brentwood High took on Hunters Lane at the Chick-fil-A Classic in Mt. Juliet.

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Christmastime often brings the worst of luck
Christmastime often brings the worst of luck

It again is supposed to be a small and thoughtful Christmas at the Leathers' house. Obviously Murphy didn't get the memo because sitting in my living room - beautifully reflecting the lights from the Christmas tree - is a big and expensive gift.

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

For me, one of the joys of the Christmas season is the music.

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Where to start on the road to first-time homeownership

Buying a home is considered the "American Dream" for many, but deciding to become a first-time homeowner is a big decision in anyone's life, and it's easy to become frazzled by the process.

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WCAR reports strong sales numbers for November
WCAR reports strong sales numbers for November

November home sales finished on strong note in Williamson County, with Thompson Station and Nolensville showing significant increases in median home price and number of closings, and land sales more than doubling last year's numbers.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Scenic River home perfect for horse lovers
SHOWCASE HOME: Scenic River home perfect for horse lovers

Live like the stars do, in this beautiful custom-built home set on 10 level acres in Davidson County. Have horses? Bring them.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Half-acre lot in golfer's paradise
SHOWCASE HOME: Half-acre lot in golfer's paradise

Build your dream home on this beautiful half-acre, level lot overlooking the fourth fairway on the Greg Norman Signature Golf Course at The Grove in Franklin.

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