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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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Heritage buzzes with excitement over first batch of beehive honey
Heritage buzzes with excitement over first batch of beehive honey

Bees are facing endangerment, and to help bring them back The Heritage at Brentwood adopted two beehives last spring and extracted the first batch of honey on Friday.

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Waves, Christy Webb honored with awards
Waves, Christy Webb honored with awards

On Thursday, the Tennessee Community Organizations (TNCO) honored Waves with the Community Outreach Award and Christy Webb with the Individual Achievement Award.

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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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Food truck party to be held at Port Royal Park Friday night
Food truck party to be held at Port Royal Park Friday night

Residents are once again invited to dine out Friday night for the latest installment in the parks and recreation department's summer Food Truck Fridays event series.

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"Marathon Mom" opening state's first CycleBar location in Franklin
"Marathon Mom" opening state's first CycleBar location in Franklin

CycleBar, a premium indoor cycling studio, is opening the company's first-ever Tennessee studio in Franklin later this August.

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The Mockingbird Restaurant offers locally-sourced, scratch-made Southern dishes
The Mockingbird Restaurant offers locally-sourced, scratch-made Southern dishes

The Mockingbird Restaurant recently opened in an historic 19th century farm house in Spring Hill and is now serving a menu of made-from-scratch Southern cuisine.

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Start prepping for second 2016 installment of Nashville Restaurant Week
Start prepping for second 2016 installment of Nashville Restaurant Week

Nashville Restaurant Week is returning to the Music City area Aug. 22-28.

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Beer festival raises money for trail clearing machine
Beer festival raises money for trail clearing machine

The Southern Off-Road Bicycling Association (SORBA) has announced its annual Ale for the Trail event at Eastern Flank Battle Park in Franklin on Sept. 10, from 5-8 p.m.

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Nolensville Kids Triathlon registration is open now
Nolensville Kids Triathlon registration is open now

Kids ages 5 to 15 compete Aug. 14 on age-appropriate courses.

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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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Tucker's House, which supports disabled children, is featured in Tour of Homes
Tucker's House, which supports disabled children, is featured in Tour of Homes

Local nonprofit Tucker's House, an organization founded in Spring Hill, is the featured nonprofit in the Rutherford Tour of Homes.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Find your island paradise at 209 Bay Pointe Drive
SHOWCASE HOME: Find your island paradise at 209 Bay Pointe Drive

You have to see it to believe it - a custom waterfront home in the gated community of Harbor Island on Old Hickory Lake.

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Police warn of "pink bag" charity scam in Spring Hill
Police warn of "pink bag" charity scam in Spring Hill

The Spring Hill Police Department is warning residents of a scam hitting the area that involves pink bags tied to mailboxes.

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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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Election commission takes no action against school board candidate for use of WCS logo
Election commission takes no action against school board candidate for use of WCS logo

Election administrator says Commission has no statutory authority over political advertising.

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Supplies, volunteers still needed for Big Backpack Giveaway
Supplies, volunteers still needed for Big Backpack Giveaway

GraceWorks is asking the public to help 2,400 students in Williamson County schools make the best start possible for the upcoming school year.

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

I just discovered that I am secretly a little old country man inside.

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

There is a new word for me to add to my list of the ones I detest.

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Lotz House names new director of group sales, marketing and community relations
Lotz House names new director of group sales, marketing and community relations

The Lotz House, located in the heart of downtown Franklin, has hired Laura A. Westbrook as director of group sales, marketing and community relations.

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Party like it's 1862 at Rippavilla Plantation
Party like it's 1862 at Rippavilla Plantation

Now's your chance to play dress up and pretend you're Scarlett O'Hara or Rhett Butler at a ball organized by Give A Little Christmas and a local Reenactment Unit.

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County says Thompson's Station annexed Two Farms parcels illegally
County says Thompson's Station annexed Two Farms parcels illegally

The county mayor was given the authority to sue Thompson's Station, if necessary, to reclaim land annexed in November for the Two Farms project.

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Officials consider initial plans for new Thompson's Station Preservation Park
Officials consider initial plans for new Thompson's Station Preservation Park

Thompson's Station officials and staff got their first look at an early concept plan for the town's newest park, which currently encompasses more than 100 acres but has yet to be fully developed.

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Scene & Heard: First day of Bluegrass Along the Harpeth
Scene & Heard: First day of Bluegrass Along the Harpeth

Bluegrass Along the Harpeth will continue on Saturday with a competition at 10 a.m. until 10 p.m.

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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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OBITUARY: John Allen Hundt
OBITUARY: John Allen Hundt

John Allen Hundt, of Franklin, died July 20, 2016. He was 33.

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OBITUARY: Johnnie Richard Bennett, Sr.
OBITUARY: Johnnie Richard Bennett, Sr.

Mr. Johnnie Richard Bennett, Sr. age 87, of the Bethesda Community, passed away July 20, 2016 at his home.

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