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Recently, the Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department has seen a dramatic increase in the number of people surviving cardiac arrests due to three primary factors: new hypothermia protocols, increased public access to Automatic Electronic Defibrillators (AEDs) and initiation of bystander cardiop…

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Davis House Child Advocacy Center is pleased to announce former Major League Baseball pitcher and 2012 National League Cy Young Award winner, MBA and UT Alumnus R.A. Dickey will be the special guest speaker at its annual Button Ball gala presented by Andrews Transportation Group to be held o…

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After going missing for 517 days, Hamster, a Franklin family's treasured cat, has been reunited with his family thanks to a Franklin police officer and the Nashville-based Skippy Lou's Lost and Found Pets Facebook group. 

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After a successful 2019, during which Habitat for Humanity Williamson-Maury built 11 homes and fulfilled what seemed to be an impossible dream for almost a dozen families, organization members are looking forward to fulfilling even more dreams this year.  

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Southall, one of Tennessee’s most innovative and sustainable farms, will unveil its extensive grounds along with a luxury inn, spa and cottages in 2021, but its apiary and its 2.5 million bees are already being recognized as a key player in the larger agricultural and native biome. 

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The Mardi Gras Ball has a reputation for being a highlight of the year for fundraising events in Williamson County because of the fun and exciting atmosphere, and this year should be no different. 

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According to statistics, 78 women are forcibly raped every hour in the United States. Just as startling: One out of four college students reported being sexually assaulted sometime during their four years of school. 

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They were bands of brothers watching out for each other while they served their country. Whether it was more than 75 years ago or just months ago, the special bond soldiers, sailors and Marines come to know when they serve in the military will always exist.  

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After the November 1864 Battle of Franklin, several federal commanders, including Generals John Schofield, David Stanley, Jacob Cox and Emerson Opdycke, all claimed credit for their “victory.” Opdycke and Cox especially conducted a post-war debate which ultimately ended their friendship.