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After an extended intermission due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Studio Tenn, Franklin’s professional regional theatre, will return with a packed holiday lineup of classic shows and events, and tickets are now on sale at www.studiotenn.com. 

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More than a dozen antique and classic vehicles, from a World War II truck to cars from the 1920s and ‘70s, rolled into The Highlands at Campbell Station in Spring Hill, a 55 and older gated community, Saturday for the second annual Highlands Cruise In. 

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Battle Ground Academy inducted five new members into its Alumni Hall of Fame and Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, Oct. 2, and in addition, the school honored Peter Kropp, Ph.D. as its Distinguished Young Alumnus in a ceremony held at BGA’s Sondra Morris and Robert N. Moore, Jr. ’52 Center …

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The Friends of the Williamson County Public Library is seeking donations of gently used books and other materials, especially children’s books, to enhance the library’s selection and stock the quarterly used book sale, with proceeds supporting the library’s mission and programs.

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Franklin promotes itself to the world as a Civil War town, a city bearing ancient marks of a conflict far in the past. But more has happened in the heart of Williamson County than just the Battle of Franklin, and as some of that history seems to be swept aside to make way for modern developm…

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As the sun was dropping low in the Monday evening sky, families and members of law enforcement officers throughout Williamson County gathered at The Franklin Theatre for a solemn ceremony to remember the lives of the seven county officers who have died in the line of duty since 1919.   

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United States Rep. Mark Green, a retired U.S. Army major, has a special place in his heart for America’s men and women serving in the military and its veterans.