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Bruce Hull honored for service during final meeting as vice mayor

FROM: Spring Hill Homepage – By ALEXANDER WILLIS – Gathered together at the Spring Hill Public Library, Vice Mayor Bruce Hull was honored Monday by his colleagues, friends and family in what would be his final city meeting as vice

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Mobile app brings new communication tool for FSSD parents, community

FROM: Franklin Homepage – By JOHN McBRYDE – It’s no secret that parents lead busy lives, and for those who have children in a school in the Franklin Special School District, there is now an app for that. The district launched a

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Mayor Moore to give Franklin State of the City May 15

FROM: Williamson Herald – Franklin Mayor Ken Moore will give his ninth State of the City presentation at the Rolling Hills Community Church on Wednesday, May 15, at 7:45 a.m.  Doors will open at 7 a.m. with a light breakfast

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Tennessee Education Lottery has record quarters for sales, growth

FROM: Brentwood Homepage – TENNESSEE EDUCATION LOTTERY CORPORATION – The Tennessee Lottery announced Monday its third-quarter transfer to education of $108.2 million, the third highest of all quarters. Total sales for the period of

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Freedom Intermediate math teacher travels world teaching sustainable education

FROM: Franklin Homepage – By JOHN McBRYDE – Eddie Wynne has been a math and reading teacher in the Franklin Special School District for 5½ years, but it wouldn’t be much of a stretch to say his approach to teaching goes beyond the

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20th Annual Buttercup Festival shines through gloomy forecast

FROM: Nolensville Homepage – By RACHAEL LONG – A little rain couldn’t stop the Nolensville Buttercup Festival from celebrating its twentieth year this Saturday. Parents brought their children out in weather resistant clothing to see

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Golden Gallop Parade Honoring Brentwood’s 50th Anniversary

FROM: Williamson Source – The City of Brentwood’s first official 50th Anniversary event, “A Golden Gallop” parade, took place Saturday, April 13. The parade title is a nod to the historic roots of the Maryland Farms area, which was

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Brentwood Middle School SRO gets monthly award for saving choking child

FROM: Brentwood Homepage – WILLIAMSON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE – A Williamson County Sheriff’s Office Deputy and her favorite charity were honored with an award from Toyota of Cool Springs.  Deputy Kortney Crigger, the School

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