Hernandez family helped by local community Hernandez family helped by local community

A local restaurant and church said they wanted to reach out to the Hernandez family, who lost their son Thursday morning in a train accident in Franklin near Liberty Pike.

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Williamson County Class of 2015 announces top of class

Williamson County's class of 2015 marked the end of the school year with graduation ceremonies last week and announced the valedictorians and salutatorians.

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WCS budgeting up to 10 portables, officials say underlying problem
WCS budgeting up to 10 portables, officials say underlying problem

The increasing number of portable classrooms popping up around Williamson County Schools is an affirmation of the district's rapid growth.

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Williamson surpasses Hamilton in appraised/assessed value
Williamson surpasses Hamilton in appraised/assessed value

Williamson County is now fourth in the state in highest appraised and assessed property values, surpassing Hamilton.

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'Guns in parks' signs arrive for school officials to post
'Guns in parks' signs arrive for school officials to post

The Williamson County School District now has temporary warning signs to advise civilians to not carry firearms in local public parks where school activities are underway.

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Public library to have huge kids book sale Saturday
Public library to have huge kids book sale Saturday

The Friends of the Williamson County Public Library will have a special one-day children's book sale Saturday, May 30, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Franklin couple 'Doing Good' for the Greater Nashville Area
Franklin couple 'Doing Good' for the Greater Nashville Area

Franklin residents Ken and Pam Harms have been named Nashville's Volunteer of the Month for May through the nonprofit program, Doing Good.

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Hester, Jefferson, Roy win top WILLCO honors
Hester, Jefferson, Roy win top WILLCO honors

As the 2015 school year comes to a close, Williamson County Schools Interscholastic Athletics officials on Thursday night honored the top high school athletes with the first WILLCO Awards.

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Fan's guide to this week's Spring Fling
Fan's guide to this week's Spring Fling

Brentwood and Franklin area schools will be represented at the TSSAA Spring Fling state championships in Murfreesboro and surrounding areas this week.

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Berry Farms continues growth patterns
Berry Farms continues growth patterns

The growth of Berry Farms, the sprawling south Franklin mixed-use community being built by Boyle Investment Company, continues.

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REAL ESTATE: Harris-McEwen house for sale
REAL ESTATE: Harris-McEwen house for sale

The historic Harris-McEwen home at 612 Fair Street in downtown Franklin is for sale for $3.4 million.

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TDOT Traffic Update: May 28-June3
TDOT Traffic Update: May 28-June3

The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for the period of May 28-June 3.

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Three charged in human sex trafficking investigation at Brentwood hotel
Three charged in human sex trafficking investigation at Brentwood hotel

Three people at a local Brentwood hotel have been charged after a week-long human sex trafficking operation that ended in dozens of arrests in Middle Tennessee region.

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WCS to no longer administer tech literacy test
WCS to no longer administer tech literacy test

Starting next school year, Williamson County Schools students will no longer be required to take an assessment that tests their basic technology skills.

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Columbia State summer registration still open
Columbia State summer registration still open

Students still have three weeks to sign up for second-term summer classes at Columbia State Community College. The application deadline is Friday, June 19, for new students and Friday, June 26, for returning students.

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

We made it -- we survived another school year, and summer stretches before us with endless possibility, promising relaxation and adventure.

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

If you have scanned the headlines of any of the Internet news sites recently, or thumbed through the back pages of a print newspaper, you might have noticed something about "off-the-grid" parents or parenting.

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Spring Hill Library filled with superheroes for mini comic con
Spring Hill Library filled with superheroes for mini comic con

The 2015 "Every Hero Has a Story" summer reading program at Spring Hill Library, 144 Kedron Pkwy., got off to a power-packed start Friday with a mini comic con.

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Volunteers, runners make Snowball Express a hit
Volunteers, runners make Snowball Express a hit

Hundreds of runners ran across the starting line in the middle of downtown Franklin for the second Snowball Express 5K race Saturday morning at 7:30 a.m.

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Travellers Rest to host behind-the-scenes history tour
Travellers Rest to host behind-the-scenes history tour

Travellers Rest will host a behind-the-scenes tour about infamous Tennessee duels Thursday, May 28 at 6 p.m.

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State preservationists laud local man's efforts
State preservationists laud local man's efforts

The Tennessee Civil War Preservation Association (TCWPA) has awarded Greg Wade, of Franklin, its 2015 Robert A. Ragland Award.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Train incident was preventable
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Train incident was preventable

To the Editor:

It was with sorrow that I heard of that young man who died while walking on the train tracks. I can't imagine what his family and friends are feeling right now.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Spring Hill should check out Wegmans

To the Editor: If you have ever talked to anyone from the Northeast, they know about Wegmans.

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