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WCS logo technically fair game for candidate usage WCS logo technically fair game for candidate usage

While the placement of the Williamson County Schools logo on candidate materials has come into question, district officials said there's nothing to keep them from using it.

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AP reports Gov. Haslam asks for Durham resignation
AP reports Gov. Haslam asks for Durham resignation

According to the Associated Press, Gov. Bill Haslam has once again asked for Franklin Rep. Jeremy Durham to resign from his 65th House District seat.

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Legislators have two weeks to sign petition for Durham expulsion session
Legislators have two weeks to sign petition for Durham expulsion session

After the weekend, the petition to potentially expel one Franklin lawmaker is awaiting signatures from elected officials across the state.

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Blackburn stands with Trump as he accepts RNC nomination
Blackburn stands with Trump as he accepts RNC nomination

On Thursday night, Congressman Marsha Blackburn addressed the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio as Donald Trump took center stage to accept the official nomination.

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State agency says unclaimed property letters are legit
State agency says unclaimed property letters are legit

Money from abandoned bank accounts, uncashed checks may be available.

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Holler & Dash, Del Frisco's Grille may be coming to Hill Center
Holler & Dash, Del Frisco's Grille may be coming to Hill Center

The Brentwood Planning Commission will soon see two requests for new restaurants for the still-growing Hill Center.

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Music City Fitness opens in Brentwood, offers enthusiastic experience
Music City Fitness opens in Brentwood, offers enthusiastic experience

A new gym in Brentwood recently opened, with a focus on training and conditioning in an enthusiastic atmosphere.

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Celebrate Harry Potter's birthday with magical recipes from Brentwood's Chamber of Knowledge
Celebrate Harry Potter's birthday with magical recipes from Brentwood's Chamber of Knowledge

If you want to celebrate Harry Potter's birthday this week, the Chamber of Knowledge chapter has some recipes from the magical world that you can make at home yourself.

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Chukkers for Charity polo match returning to Grassland for 20th year
Chukkers for Charity polo match returning to Grassland for 20th year

Lexington, Ky., teams are visitors for Sept. 10 event at Riverview Farm on Moran Road.

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Wessman era commences with Ravenwood's first day in pads

Ravenwood's first fully-padded practice under new head coach Richie Wessman was capped off on a high note Monday morning.

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UBREAKIFIX Athletes of the Week July 20
UBREAKIFIX Athletes of the Week July 20

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

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More first-time buyers entered real estate market this past quarter
More first-time buyers entered real estate market this past quarter

Middle Tennessee led the state with a 9% increase in the median home price, partially driven up by tight inventory.

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Williamson County Association of Realtors names Leadership Academy participants
Williamson County Association of Realtors names Leadership Academy participants

The Williamson County Association of RealtorsĀ® (WCAR) announced the participants in the inaugural class of the WCAR Leadership Academy, according to WCAR President David Logan.

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Shop with a Cop to spend $20,000 on Williamson students Sunday
Shop with a Cop to spend $20,000 on Williamson students Sunday

Sunday morning, police officers from across Williamson County will make going back to school for families who are down on their luck a little easier.

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Terrorizing charges resulted from recorded jailhouse telephone calls
Terrorizing charges resulted from recorded jailhouse telephone calls

Spring Hill man's preliminary hearing delayed until July 28.

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Back-to-school supplies, clothing, computers are sales tax free this weekend
Back-to-school supplies, clothing, computers are sales tax free this weekend

Annual state tax holiday moves into July for the first time.

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Williamson County Schools celebrates completion of new $73 million Nolensville schools
Williamson County Schools celebrates completion of new $73 million Nolensville schools

Hundreds of parents and students got their first look at Nolensville's new elementary, middle and high schools on Sunday.

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

In my family, we keep score in everything.

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BOB MCKINNEY: What I know
BOB MCKINNEY: What I know

If you stop by here regularly, you'll remember I made a commitment a while back to not comment on the presidential race until after the party conventions.

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Art sale will feature local works of Harpeth River
Art sale will feature local works of Harpeth River

The Harpeth River Watershed Association and The Chestnut Group will host an art show and sale at the Factory at Franklin Aug. 19-20.

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Studio Tenn's One Night Only gala set for Aug. 19
Studio Tenn's One Night Only gala set for Aug. 19

Studio Tenn Theatre Company will present its 2016 One Night Only gala on Friday, Aug. 19 in Liberty Hall at the Factory at Franklin.

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11th Tennessee Infantry focus of round table meeting
11th Tennessee Infantry focus of round table meeting

Local author and Franklin Civil War Round Table member Gary Waddey will speak on his new book, "Forward My Brave Boys," on Sunday, Aug. 14.

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Fifth annual Raise the Roofs fundraiser set for Aug. 20
Fifth annual Raise the Roofs fundraiser set for Aug. 20

Each summer, Friends of Franklin Parks' "Raise the Roofs" fundraiser has brought the community together to celebrate the return of horses to the historic Park at Harlinsdale Farm.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Voting preserves our liberty
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Voting preserves our liberty

"As Republicans, we believe in solving local and state problems through local and state innovations."

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Vote for schools, not extremism

Under cover of darkness someone is littering local neighborhoods with made up propaganda.

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