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“I have a story,” nearly 600 middle schoolers murmured Wednesday morning, their hands over their hearts. Award-winning novelist Pablo Cartaya responded “Louder!” several times until the students’ shouts reverberated throughout Freedom Middle School’s gymnasium. 

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The Franklin Lions Club has hosted its annual Lions Pride Pancake Breakfast in locations throughout downtown Franklin for the past 30 years. This year, the breakfast will return to St. Philip Catholic Church.

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Longtime Franklin resident and preservationist Pam Lewis was honored this year at the Save The Franklin Battlefield's (STFB) annual membership dinner and awards banquet, held at St. Paul's Otey Hall in Franklin.

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Through the grace of members of Daughters of The King, a nonprofit organization of Christian women dedicated to improving their community in practical ways, Thanksgiving came a week early for more than 400 Franklin residents.

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The Battle of Franklin Trust is gearing up to commemorate the Battle of Franklin, 155 years after soldiers clashed where sites such as the Carter House, Carnton and the Lotz House Museum are preserved today.

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Just in time for the holiday season, Noble Springs Dairy in Franklin is becoming a one-stop goat shop. Hoping to spread joy through a story inspired by her everyday life, farmer and entrepreneur Justyne Noble has added a children’s book to her array of products.