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MEMPHIS – Eighteen years ago Ron Crawford was hired as head football coach at Brentwood High School. He went on to lead the Bruins to the championship game and win the school’s first and only state title in 2002 – a storybook start to his Williamson County coaching legacy.

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NOLENSVILLE – It was an ill wind that blew through Nolensville High School Friday night as defending Class 4A champions Elizabethton rolled up more than 500 yards of offense and ended the Knights season with a 56-21 win in the state semifinals.

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This year has been one of many postponements and cancellations, but one Franklin resident decided to take matters into her own hands when the Kiwanis Club of Historic Downtown Franklin decided to cancel its annual Christmas parade. 

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After an extended facility closure due to flood damage, the Williamson County Recreation Complex at Nolensville, located at 7250 Nolensville Rd., will reopen Tuesday, Dec. 1. 

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COLUMBIA – Centennial may have been a bit shorthanded Monday night, but that had little to do with the outcome as host Columbia hit seven second-half 3-pointers in a 62-44 decision.

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Traditionally, thousands of people would flood Franklin Public Square for the annual Franklin Christmas Tree Lighting, but with the COVID-19 cases surging across the country, in Tennessee and the Williamson County community, city leaders decided to host a virtual tree lighting event this year.  

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The Arts Council of Williamson County has an area inside the Williamson County Library in Franklin designated to showcase works from local artists. Brentwood native Angela Powers has 45 pieces of her artwork currently on display until the end of the year.