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Franklin detective Darren Barnes, a Williamson County native, began his 27-year career with the city of Franklin in 1992 as a police dispatcher, reserve police officer and volunteer firefighter. He'll end that career when he retires Friday.

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For nearly 10 years, Darrell Waltrip has been recognizing everyday Williamson Countians for doing extraordinary things with the Darrell Waltrip Automotive Hometown Heroes Award, and a double ceremony on Wednesday marked the 98th and 99th awards since the program’s start. 

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On the evening of Dec. 6, guests wandered into the new Harpeth Hotel in downtown Franklin looking for a place to grab a bite to eat before braving the crowd of thousands gathered for the annual Christmas tree lighting.

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Skanska, one of the world’s leading construction and project development groups, has spearheaded the revitalization of Mimi’s Room, which through Williamson County Juvenile Court provides a safe sanctuary for children that were facing some of the worst days of their lives.  

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High Hopes Development Center staff recently dedicated an occupational therapy room on the campus to Elliott Grace “Ellie G” Castro with funds raised after her unexpected passing. 

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Firefighter recruits from three Middle Tennessee departments graduated from the Franklin Fire Department Firefighter Training Academy in a badge pinning ceremony Dec. 6 at the Eastern Flank Event Facility.