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Meet the Williamson high schoolers entering the military Meet the Williamson high schoolers entering the military

More than 30 of Williamson County's high school seniors will graduate this May and head to different branches of the military.

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More than 40 trucks expected at Franklin's Eat the Street food truck festival
More than 40 trucks expected at Franklin's Eat the Street food truck festival
Chef Allain Treville of Et Voila Bistro and Bakery. // etvoilanashville.com

Food trucks will line Third Avenue at Bicentennial Park from 5 to 10 p.m. on Friday.

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Transit Citizens Leadership Academy aims to advance the discussion
Transit Citizens Leadership Academy aims to advance the discussion

Five Williamson County leaders are among the class of 24.

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Study says state could gain billions by expanding science and technology work force
Study says state could gain billions by expanding science and technology work force

Knox, Williamson, and Hamilton counties occupy the top three spots in the concentration of higher-paying STEM jobs.

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Air Quality Awareness Week activities focus on small contributions
Air Quality Awareness Week activities focus on small contributions

Air alerts are most common from April to October in Middle Tennessee.

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Leiper's Fork distillery, WSM tower among new tourism venues
Leiper's Fork distillery, WSM tower among new tourism venues

More hotel rooms, more attractions fuel increase in tourism dollars.

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Nolensville Market Square to be new historic downtown
Nolensville Market Square to be new historic downtown

Developers have crafted a Nolensville Market Square to connect the town's past with its future through an innovative, "new historic" downtown concept.

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Hazardous household waste collection event is Saturday
Hazardous household waste collection event is Saturday

Hazardous household waste is considered flammable, toxic, reactive and/or corrosive and should not be placed with regular garbage.

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Nolensville Friendly Neighbors club will celebrate Cinco de Mayo
Nolensville Friendly Neighbors club will celebrate Cinco de Mayo

The Friendly Neighbors fce club of Nolensville will celebrate Cinco de Mayo on Thursday with a themed meal.

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BA, CPA, FRA girls basketball players named all-state
BA, CPA, FRA girls basketball players named all-state

Five girls basketball players from Brentwood Academy, Christ Presbyterian Academy and Franklin Road Academy were recently named all-state by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association.

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District 11-AAA softball tournament schedule
District 11-AAA softball tournament schedule

The District 11-AAA baseball tournament begins Thursday, May 5.

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Identifying (and getting rid of) spring weeds
Identifying (and getting rid of) spring weeds

Warm weather brings out a few of everyone's favorite things: the smell of freshly mowed grass, daffodils, songbirds ... and weeds.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Four stories of Governor's Club luxury and views
SHOWCASE HOME: Four stories of Governor's Club luxury and views

The four-story home at 14 Carmel Lane in Brentwood's Governor's Club has everything a family could want to live like kings and queens.

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New Public Safety Center opens Saturday

The Williamson County Office of Public Safety will hold a grand opening event for its new Public Safety Center (PSC) on Saturday, April 30, at 10 a.m.

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Saturday is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
Saturday is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

This weekend is the Drug Enforcement Administration's National Prescription Drug-Take Back Day, where the public can get rid of old prescriptions and prevent abuse.

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Election 2016: Franklin dad wants board to refocus, concentrate on smooth rezoning
Election 2016: Franklin dad wants board to refocus, concentrate on smooth rezoning

Franklin's KC Haugh said his focus if elected to the District 11 school board seat would revolve around smoothing the transition of rezoning his top priority.

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Election 2016: Father of four wants to strengthen Williamson schools as board member
Election 2016: Father of four wants to strengthen Williamson schools as board member

While originally moving here to start a church plant, Franklin dad Stuart Cooper said he wanted to invest into Williamson schools by running for the District 11 seat.

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

My inner Mama Bear had to come out for the first time last week.

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

Believe it or not, I don't talk with my friends much about politics.

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Resident starts first yoga studio in Nolensville
Resident starts first yoga studio in Nolensville

Nolensville yogi Tonya Cardente has started the town's first yoga studio at Elite Dance and Fitness.

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Nolensville Rec taking Parents Night Out reservations
Nolensville Rec taking Parents Night Out reservations

Supervised activities planned for children ages 6 to 13.

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Confederate Memorial Day service will honor soldiers buried in unmarked trench graves
Confederate Memorial Day service will honor soldiers buried in unmarked trench graves

The Sons of Confederate Veterans chapter in Spring Hill plans to hold a Confederate Memorial Day service at the historic Spring Hill Cemetery next month.

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"Jazz on the Lawn" comes to Carnton Plantation on Thursday
"Jazz on the Lawn" comes to Carnton Plantation on Thursday

The Franklin High School Rebel Jazz Band "Jazz on the Lawn" concert is 7 p.m. on Thursday at Carnton Plantation.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: A coach's thoughts on Jack Montague and Yale

"If justice triumphs, I hope the Yale administration is pilloried in the press and their immense endowment takes a sizable hit. It would only be fair since they burned Jack Montague's basketball dreams at the stake!"

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Slow down Two Farms development for thoughtful growth

"A development of this size should only be confined to the interstate corridor with adequate access to major arteries."

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