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Author ‘wows’ Franklin Tomorrow with business tips Author ‘wows’ Franklin Tomorrow with business tips

At Franklin Tomorrow’s third Breakfast with the Mayors event Tuesday morning, local bestselling author Michael Hyatt outlined five basics of building a platform through social media.

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  • Author ‘wows’ Franklin Tomorrow with business tips Author ‘wows’ Franklin Tomorrow with business tips

    At Franklin Tomorrow’s third Breakfast with the Mayors event Tuesday morning, local bestselling author Michael Hyatt outlined five basics of building a platform through social media.

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  • City Commission approves Hill Center Brentwood rezoning City Commission approves Hill Center Brentwood rezoning

    H.G. Hill Realty has received the first nod of approval for its Hill Center Brentwood from the Brentwood City Commission, who unanimously approved the site’s rezoning from C-1 (office only) to C-2 (office and retail).

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  • Tractor Supply Co. of Brentwood receives top honor Tractor Supply Co. of Brentwood receives top honor

    Carhartt recently announced its winners of the Hamilton Carhartt Retailer of Excellence Award, and Tractor Supply Co. of Brentwood was one of the five who took home the prize.

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  • Brentwood developer buys Music Row’s Studio A Brentwood developer buys Music Row’s Studio A

    Brentwood-based developer Tim Reynolds has purchased the historic RCA Studio A on Nashville’s Music Row, the Davidson County Register of Deeds confirmed Monday.

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  • Williamson County fair opens 10th year this Friday Williamson County fair opens 10th year this Friday

    The 10th annual Williamson County Fair, themed “Constructing Good Times- 10 Years of Fun!,” opens at 6 p.m. this Friday, Aug. 1 at the county’s Ag Expo Park.

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Law agencies give back by shopping
Law agencies give back by shopping

This past weekend, law enforcement agencies from across Williamson County gathered to give back to the community by shopping for school supplies with children in need.

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CoolSprings Galleria hosting tax-free weekend
CoolSprings Galleria hosting tax-free weekend

CoolSprings Galleria and other businesses across Tennessee will host another tax-free weekend starting Friday, Aug. through Sunday, Aug. 3. with exemptions from sales and use tax on most clothing, footwear and school supplies priced under $100.

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Franklin Synergy deposits top $1 billion

Franklin Synergy Bank has now amassed $1 billion in deposits, and that was somewhat shocking to Richard Herrington, the bank’s chairman and CEO.

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Five candidates spoke uncontested at Monday’s forum
Five candidates spoke uncontested at Monday’s forum

Five of 10 candidates in the Williamson County school board election showed for BrentWord Communications’ candidate forum Monday night.

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Brentwood Fire and Rescue calls for July 12-17
Brentwood Fire and Rescue calls for July 12-17

The Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department responded to 49 emergency calls between Saturday, July 12 through Thursday, July 17, 30 of which were EMS/rescue, according to Chief Brian Goss’s briefing Wednesday.

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Sheriff warns of phony IRS phone scam

Williamson County Sheriff’s deputies today warned county residents about a telephone tax scam from someone who claims to represent the Internal Revenue Service.        

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Famous BBQ competition back at State Fairgrounds

Over 100 amateur and professional BBQ teams will be competing for $25,000 in prizes and awards this August at the Tennessee State Fair Grounds.

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Gallatin residents subjects of new TSLA photo collection

The Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA) has just released its newest online collection, the Puryear Family Photograph Albums, which offers an insight into the military lives of two former Gallatin residents and World War I veterans, George and Alfred Puryear.

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WCS Superintendent Looney to speak at Chamber event Friday

At the Williamson Chamber’s First Friday event on Aug. 1, Williamson County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney will speak to how the community can partner with the school district.

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BHS trio to play in Vanderbilt drum corps competition

Three Brentwood High School students who belong to the Music City Drum and Bugle Corps will perform Friday in the Masters of Summer Music Games event at Vanderbilt.

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Mere Bulles Athletes of the Week July 28
Mere Bulles Athletes of the Week July 28

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

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Football teams undergo first practices in full gear
Football teams undergo first practices in full gear

High school football teams got to practice in full pads for the first time this season on Monday. 

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Dreaming of an Italian restaurant, and a big turnout at the polls
Dreaming of an Italian restaurant, and a big turnout at the polls

By 8 or 9 tonight, my dream of a really good Italian restaurant, a great shoe store and a dress shop that doesn’t stop at size 10 in Brentwood will hopefully be a big step closer to reality.

Not sure about you, but my fingers are crossed for a fast and uneventful thumbs up. It’s time to put something on the former Murray Ohio and Tennessee Baptist Convention headquarters' sites, and I sure prefer a mixed-use plan with shopping, eating and fun as opposed to three or four more office buildings.

Unfortunately, I won’t be at the meeting to support the plan as I’ll be in Franklin at BrentWord Communications’ Williamson County School Board candidates’ debate.

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

A truck comes home

It has been a running joke at our home for some time that I am making a futile attempt to reduce the amount of personal property on site, particularly in the garage and basement.

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King's Chapel Parade of Homes returns in December
King's Chapel Parade of Homes returns in December

The Kings’ Chapel Parade of Homes returns this holiday season, offering guests a view inside five brand new homes currently being built inside the Arrington community.

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County median home price continues to increase 5.6% over last year
County median home price continues to increase 5.6% over last year

It’s easy to go online, find local real estate market statistics and get an idea of what the average price for a home in your area will run. It can be intimidating trying to find a home in neighborhoods where some are listed at upwards of $1 million or more, but that doesn’t mean that’s what the average person is buying or what’s available.

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Governors Club home offers elegance, style
Governors Club home offers elegance, style

If casual elegance is your style and you appreciate remarkable workmanship, quality finishes and a house that friends and strangers will step into and instantly feel “at home,” this wonderful Governors Club home at 93 Governors Way is for you.

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Brentwood County Club home offers amenities and more
Brentwood County Club home offers amenities and more

This shady spot in the Brentwood Country Club at 506 Midway Circle is a quaint and quiet location for the whole family. Approximately 3,084 square feet and zoned for Scales Elementary, Brentwood Middle and Brentwood High School, this house is a steal at $649,900.

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