Franklin man dies after boating accident on Cumberland Franklin man dies after boating accident on Cumberland

A Williamson County man died Saturday, Oct. 18 after a boating accident on the Cumberland River.

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  • Franklin man dies after boating accident on Cumberland Franklin man dies after boating accident on Cumberland

    A Williamson County man died Saturday, Oct. 18 after a boating accident on the Cumberland River.

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  • Historic school gets high-speed Internet service Historic school gets high-speed Internet service

    Plans more than a year in the making finally came to fruition Wednesday as the Historic Nolensville School was outfitted with fiber Internet, television and phone services.

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  • Citizen comments due by Nov. 3 on Franklin water permit renewal Citizen comments due by Nov. 3 on Franklin water permit renewal

    Middle Tennesseans interested in Franklin's renewal application of its permit to withdraw water from the Harpeth River have until Nov. 3 to submit their pro or con comments to the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.

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  • Civil War Personality: Spencer Talley, Confederate Soldier Civil War Personality: Spencer Talley, Confederate Soldier

    The Battle of Franklin is full of stories of military tactics and heroism. A group of Leadership Franklin members worked with the Battle of Franklin Trust to tell more of the human story - one you can only try to imagine. Today, you will meet Spencer Talley, a member of John Brown's Division which attacked the Federal line at the Carter House. He was terribly wounded and you are reading from his unpublished memoirs.

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  • Local author introduces bourbon to aid battlefield reclamation Local author introduces bourbon to aid battlefield reclamation

    New York Times' bestselling author of "Widow of the South" and "A Separate Country," Robert Hicks, has developed a new brand of bourbon, which will hit Williamson County liquor stores by Friday.

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Former Williamson County Medical Center executive Dennis Miller dead at 62
Former Williamson County Medical Center executive Dennis Miller dead at 62

Dennis Edward Miller of Franklin, retired chief executive officer of Williamson Medical Center, died Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014. He was 62.

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Special census underway for Nolensville residents

A 2014-2015 special census of Nolensville residents now underway is the first conducted since 2010.

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Tuesday ends with 7,985 early voters
Tuesday ends with 7,985 early voters

A total of 7,985 votes have been cast in Williamson County a week into early voting for the state and municipal general elections on Nov. 4.

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Modern business lessons learned from 150-year-old Battle of Franklin
Modern business lessons learned from 150-year-old Battle of Franklin

Williamson Inc. chamber members on Tuesday, Oct. 21, were taught how lessons from the 150-year-old Battle of Franklin can be used today to solve business challenges confronted daily by modern-day executives and corporate groups.

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DR. JEFF WILSON: Ankle High in Deep Water

It was the third weekend in October, 1996. Neyland Stadium had been unusually quiet for nearly two quarters as Volunteer fans watched Alabama score points. Tennessee had not scored. And then, in the shadows of the Vols own goal post, Peyton Manning fumbled the ball as he was sacked.

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OBITUARY: James Thomas Harmon

James Thomas Harmon, age 85, of Thompson Station, Tennessee died Oct. 22.

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Ravenwood soccer beats Franklin in penalty kicks to win region
Ravenwood soccer beats Franklin in penalty kicks to win region

Franklin and Ravenwood squared off in the Region 6-AAA girls' soccer finals Wednesday at Franklin High School.

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Ravenwood soccer routs Cane Ridge in region semis

Ravenwood's girls soccer team earned a dominant win over Cane Ridge in the Region 6-AAA semifinals Monday.

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Property Transfers, Oct. 14

Property transfers as recorded in Williamson County as of Oct. 14, 2014.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Find a private, peaceful escape at 2024 Parker Hollow Road
SHOWCASE HOME: Find a private, peaceful escape at 2024 Parker Hollow Road

Vacation comes everyday at this warm, inviting home situated on 25 wooded acres near Nolensville.

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Elderly Franklin man found safely in Missouri
Elderly Franklin man found safely in Missouri

An 85-year-old man who went missing at 1:30 p.m. Thursday has been located 224 miles away from Franklin in Scott County, Missouri, the Franklin Police Department reported.

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Elderly Franklin man found safe in Missouri
Elderly Franklin man found safe in Missouri

An 85-year-old man who went missing at 1:30 p.m. Thursday has been located 224 miles away from Franklin in Scott County, Missouri, the Franklin Police Department reported.

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