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Spring Hill man wins $525,000 St. Jude Dream Home Spring Hill man wins $525,000 St. Jude Dream Home

After 14 years of participating in the drawing, a long-time Spring Hill resident won the St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway.

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The Well outgrowing current location, needs more room to expand
The Well outgrowing current location, needs more room to expand

Thanks to the generous support of community members and local business over the years, The Well Outreach has outgrown its space and found itself in need of more room.

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Don't forget: Voter registration deadline is July 5
Don't forget: Voter registration deadline is July 5

Tuesday, July 5, is the last day to register to vote in order to participate in the upcoming Aug. 4, 2016, Republican and Democratic State Primary and Williamson County General Election.

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New director steps in as county consolidates emergency 911 operations
New director steps in as county consolidates emergency 911 operations

New response center on Beasley Drive will handle operations for county and Franklin.

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Williamson Business PAC endorses candidate for District 65
Williamson Business PAC endorses candidate for District 65

The Williamson Business PAC announced Thursday its endorsement of one Franklin candidate for the Tennessee's 65th House District seat.

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New chicken wing restaurant under construction in Cool Springs
New chicken wing restaurant under construction in Cool Springs

Chicken wing lovers will have a new opportunity to try out a new restaurant later this year, scheduled to open in the fall on the edge of Cool Springs.

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New deal to buy A-Game Sportsplex in the works
New deal to buy A-Game Sportsplex in the works

Brookside Properties is close to completing a deal to purchase A-Game Sportsplex at 312 Gothic Court and reopen it as a sports facility.

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Homestead Manor hosting Americana Day Saturday
Homestead Manor hosting Americana Day Saturday

To celebrate the Fourth of July weekend, Homestead Manor is putting on its new Americana Day event, which will feature music, lawn games, a cash bar and a pie baking contest.

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July made cooler by Parks and Rec pool fun
July made cooler by Parks and Rec pool fun

Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) is offering special patron appreciation days and pool activities at its four outdoor pools during July.

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Williamson sports fans can now buy prep tickets through app
Williamson sports fans can now buy prep tickets through app

Starting this season, Williamson County Schools fans can buy their tickets online or through the sports conference app before they ever arrive to the stadium.

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Five CPA, Indy, Ravenwood soccer players named all-state
Five CPA, Indy, Ravenwood soccer players named all-state

Five area soccer players were recently named all-state by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association.

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Franklin-based Realtor honored after making 344 transactions in 2015
Franklin-based Realtor honored after making 344 transactions in 2015

A Williamson County Realtor was recently recognized after she completed an astounding 344 individual transactions in 2015.

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Multiple housing projects rising for area's graying population
Multiple housing projects rising for area's graying population
Traditions of Spring Hill

The median age is Spring Hill is going up, with projects going up for seniors in Maury and Williamson counties.

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Detailed new statewide 911 mapping system earns national recognition
Detailed new statewide 911 mapping system earns national recognition

Next Generation 911 better supports mobile phone technology.

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Police searching for Ulta thieves
Police searching for Ulta thieves

The Spring Hill Police Department is searching for two females wanted for stealing various items from the Spring Hill Ulta store.

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Assessment Task Force reconvenes to examine testing practices
Assessment Task Force reconvenes to examine testing practices

In May, Tennessee's Education Commissioner announced the reconvening of the special Task Force on Student Testing and Assessment to further study and identify best testing practices at the school, district and state level.

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Finishing touches going on new Nolensville campus
Finishing touches going on new Nolensville campus

With the official ribbon cutting in July, Nolensville High and both Mill Creek schools are in the final stages of completion.

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

The Holt family just returned from a lovely beach vacation.

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

Two weeks ago I had another of those "Remember-where-you-were-when-(insert event)-happened?" moments. This time it was the tragic mass murder in Orlando.

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Gen. Pat Cleburne focus of July Civil War Round Table
Gen. Pat Cleburne focus of July Civil War Round Table

On Sunday, July 10, at 3 p.m., the Franklin Civil War Round Table will present author and historian Lee White of the National Park Service who will speak on "Cleburne's Last Campaign."

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Panel to analyze proposed donation of Rippavilla to the City of Spring Hill
Panel to analyze proposed donation of Rippavilla to the City of Spring Hill

With a turnover of Rippavilla Plantation to the City of Spring Hill currently on the table, a due diligence panel will soon begin the task of assessing the potential donation of the historic property to city control.

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Australian horse trainer to conduct clinic at Jaeckle Center
Australian horse trainer to conduct clinic at Jaeckle Center

Horse trainer Clinton Anderson will be instructing a three-day Fundamentals Clinic at The Jaeckle Centre off Bethesda-Arno Road in Saddle Springs.

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Sip and Savor is a feast of local color and flavors
Sip and Savor is a feast of local color and flavors

Event along Thompson's Station Road West showcases local businesses as well as Thompson's Station village charm.

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SCENE AND HEARD: Vendors appraise family finds at NPT show
SCENE AND HEARD: Vendors appraise family finds at NPT show

Between paintings and pocket watches, Nashville Public Television's appraisal vendors evaluated a myriad of pieces, passed down from great-grandparents or finds in the attics.

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Cool Springs Barnes & Noble planning Harry Potter party
Cool Springs Barnes & Noble planning Harry Potter party

With Harry Potter's birthday approaching, the Cool Springs Barnes & Noble is planning a countdown to midnight party on July 30.

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OBITUARY: Michelle "Missy" Rea Reed

Michelle "Missy" Rea Reed, age 48 of Thompson's Station, Tenn., passed away June 29, 2016.

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OBITUARY: Bruce Tetsuo Taiji
OBITUARY: Bruce Tetsuo Taiji

Mr. Bruce Tetsuo Taiji, age 69 of Columbia, Tenn., passed away June 20, 2016 at his home.

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