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Council on Aging announces 28th annual Sage Awards honorees

FROM: Williamson Herald – The Council on Aging (COA) of Middle Tennessee recently announced its 28th annual Sage Awards honorees. The Sage Awards, presented each year since 1992, are given to older adults who have made outstanding

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Burgin, Crossley reflect on service to Brentwood at their last commission meeting

FROM: Williamson Herald – Mayor Jill Burgin and commissioner Betsy Crossley, both not seeking reelection, delivered emotional parting words during their last Brentwood City Commission meeting Monday. They even borrowed a few meaningful

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Horton to leave Franklin Fire after nearly 30 years, head county emergency agency

FROM: Williamson Herald – After nearly 30 years with the Franklin Fire Department, Deputy Chief Todd Horton has announced his retirement with the city before entering the new position of Director of the Williamson County Emergency

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New Franklin Special School District Performing Arts Center could be complete by 2021

FROM: Franklin Homepage – By ALEXANDER WILLIS – New details on the Franklin Special School District (FSSD) Performing Arts Center were revealed Monday evening during the district’s first of three budget meetings, such as its size,

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Short films from BGA students will be showcased Thursday at Harpeth Conservancy’s festival

FROM: Brentwood Homepage – STAFF REPORTS – As part of the upcoming Wild & Scenic Film Festival that’s being hosted by the Harpeth Conservancy at the Franklin Theatre, several students from Battle Ground Academy will be showcasing

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4/20/2019: In Brief…

Farmers / Tennessee Wine and Grape Board – The Senate State and Local Government Committee approved legislation to create the Tennessee Wine and Grape Board to strengthen Tennessee’s efforts to restore preeminence in the wine and grape industry.

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Governor Lee presents supplemental appropriation amendment to his 2019-2020 budget proposal

Tennessee Department of Finance and Administration Commissioner Stuart McWhorter presented Governor Bill Lee’s revised revenue and spending plan for the 2019-2020 fiscal year to the Senate Finance, Ways, and Means Committee on Tuesday.  The

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Senate Education Committee advances legislation promoting civics education

Three key bills promoting civics education in Tennessee schools were approved by the Senate Education Committee this week before members concluded their business for the 2019 session.  This includes Senate Bill 800 establishing the

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