Court dates set for women accused of TennCare Fraud Court dates set for women accused of TennCare Fraud

Court dates have been set for four Williamson County women who face up to two years in prison for attempting to sell prescription drugs to an undercover agent.

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Local state legislators lean toward "no" on Insure Tennessee

Insure Tennessee ruled the Williamson Chamber's monthly Public Affairs Roundtable discussion with state legislators on Friday morning.

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TDOT Traffic Update: Jan. 29-Feb. 4
TDOT Traffic Update: Jan. 29-Feb. 4

The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation traffic update for the period of Jan. 29 to Feb. 4

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Community Foundation explores possibility of a Williamson board
Community Foundation explores possibility of a Williamson board

The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee is currently exploring the creation of a Williamson County-specific board of directors to oversee the county's grant-giving campaign.

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What will you do on Super Sunday ?
What will you do on Super Sunday ?

So many choices on Super Sunday -- what do you do ?

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County Parks and Recreation to offer piano, voice lessons
County Parks and Recreation to offer piano, voice lessons

Williamson County Parks and Recreation will offer a regular schedule piano and voice lessons in March at the Franklin Recreation Complex and the Indoor Sports Center and at the County Recreation Complex, according to a press release.

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Brentwood family competes this week on 'Family Feud'
Brentwood family competes this week on 'Family Feud'

A Brentwood family vies for a cash prize all this week on the popular American game show "Family Feud," which airs on WUXP Channel 30 at 6:30 p.m.

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Bruins rally to knock off Ravenwood
Bruins rally to knock off Ravenwood

The Brentwood Bruins overcame a 12-point third-quarter deficit to defeat the Ravenwood Raptors in front of a capacity crowd Friday night.

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COLUMN: Boredom, emptiness to follow Super Bowl Sunday

Sunday's Super Bowl matchup between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks doesn't just mark the end of the NFL season, but it also signifies the beginning of a long and boring offseason.

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Property Transfers, Jan. 21

Property transfers as recorded in Williamson County as of Jan. 21, 2015.

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Education key when deciding on assisted living

Deciding if it's time to start thinking about senior living facilities for you or a loved one can be a very difficult decision to make.

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Mt. Juliet Police catch woman wanted in Williamson County
Mt. Juliet Police catch woman wanted in Williamson County

A traffic stop conducted Wednesday by Mt. Juliet police located a woman wanted in Williamson County for probation violation and gave her an additional drug charge.

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FIRE & RESCUE REPORT: Crews respond to worker who fell off roof of a construction site
FIRE & RESCUE REPORT: Crews respond to worker who fell off roof of a construction site

Brentwood Fire & Rescue responded to 44 emergency calls for service for the period of Jan. 14-19, according to Chief Brian Goss's briefing on Monday.

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WCS collects more than 37,000 pounds of food for GraceWorks
WCS collects more than 37,000 pounds of food for GraceWorks

Darrell Waltrip Automotive Group's third annual Drive Away Hunger challenge to local public middle schools just ended. Williamson County and Franklin Special School District middle schools rose to that challenge, collecting over 37,000 pounds of food in 2014 for nonprofit organization GraceWorks.

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EDUCATION ROUNDUP: Edmondson Elementary kindergarteners see a play, LES students use 'pizza' to learn about nouns
EDUCATION ROUNDUP: Edmondson Elementary kindergarteners see a play, LES students use 'pizza' to learn about nouns

Here is a compilation of recent schools activities throughout Williamson County.

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JEFF WILSON: Ankle high in deep water
JEFF WILSON: Ankle high in deep water

Ok, I am going to do a little "remember when," partly because I figure most of my readers can remember some of this stuff and partly because already got me started thinking back this morning.

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

According to a tweet from the National Weather Service, Nashville's current streak of days with less than one inch of snow (more than over 1,440!) is the longest on record.

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Q&A with Kevin Griffin: Alt rock veteran brings a music festival to Franklin
Q&A with Kevin Griffin: Alt rock veteran brings a music festival to Franklin
Kevin Griffin of Better Than Ezra, photo by Piper Ferguson

Kevin Griffin has an enviable and rare position in the music world -- Griffin's band, Better Than Ezra, has sustained an active cult following since the New Orleans-based group released its first record Surprise in 1990.

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Music City Root's 'sister' TV show kicks off Feb. 13

The second televised season of Music City Roots: Live from The Loveless Cafe, will premiere at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 13 on WPLN-TV-Channel 8, a spokesman said.

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Gregory Wade to present 'Divided Allegiances' at next FCWRT meeting
Gregory Wade to present 'Divided Allegiances' at next FCWRT meeting

Life behind the scenes of the Civil War is a less explored area of the late 1800s, but that's something Gregory Wade hopes to remedy with a special presentation to the Franklin Civil War Round Table on Jan. 11, according to a news release.

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Trail Marker dedicated at Hollow Tree Gap
Trail Marker dedicated at Hollow Tree Gap

The Franklin Civil War Round Table dedicated the Civil War Trail Marker at Hollow Tree Gap on Saturday, Dec. 20. The event was attended by a group of the RT members and local citizens.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Former co-worker mourns principal

To the Editor:

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: WCS board member looks forward
To the Editor: As a new school school board member, I've had many opportunities to meet with members of our community.

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