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Week of the chicken in Spring Hill with grand openings of Chick-fil-a and Chicken Salad Chick
Both restaurants also will be holding contests during their opening, giving residents the chance to win free food for up to a year, among other deals and prizes.
Police say Bellevue carjacking may be linked to murders, shooting, attempted robbery
Police say the two men robbed the victim and told him to run away. As he ran he looked back and saw the two robbers drive away in his vehicle, a Dodge Journey SUV,
City of Columbia launches its first tourism brand | Travel News | eTurboNews
The City of Columbia, Tennessee launched its new tourism brand recently, the first-ever tourism initiative for the city. eTN contacted Columbia TN to allow us to remove the paywall for this press release. There has been no response yet. Therefore, we are making this newsworthy article available to o
Historic Midtown home could be yours—if you can move it
The early 20th century Queen Anne-style home is located at 1922 Broadway, just down the street from the Midtown Hattie B’s, and was constructed around 1910.
I-24 Reopens After Crash In Rutherford County
SMYRNA, Tenn. - A crash shut down the eastbound lanes of Interstate 24 in Rutherford County.The wreck happened around 8 p.m. Sunday near Sam Ridley Parkway.Details on the crash had not been released, but a large amount of emergency vehicles was present at the scene.Initial reports stated the crash p
Columbia State inviting girls to Girls Really Love Science event
Columbia State Community College is pleased to announce the third “Girls Really Love Science” event, which will be held on Oct. 27.The STEM GiRLS workshop is a one-day science, technology, engineering and math workshop that is open to sixth, seventh and eighth grade girls from public, homeschool and
$1 million winning lottery ticket sold in Brentwood still unclaimed
BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (WZTV) —A $1 million winning lottery ticket was sold in Brentwood last week.The winning Mega Millions ticket was sold at Publix at 10638 Concord Road on Friday, but no one has come forward to claim the prize.The Mega Millions player won by matching five of six numbers drawn.Winners
Search ongoing for missing boater on Tims Ford Lake
TWRA, Franklin County Sheriff, and the Franklin County and Coffee County Rescue Squads are all assisting in the search.
2 Arrested After Columbia Crime Spree
The suspects, identified as 29-year-old Brandon Alan Beard and 30-year-old Justin Earl Tosh have been arrested for these three crimes that happened Wednesday night, according to officials with the Columbia Police Department.
Crash Causes Downed Utility Lines, Closes Road
LEBANON, Tenn. - A road has closed in Lebanon after a crash caused downed utility lines.Authorities with the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the wreck happened in the 6300 block of Franklin Road just east of Bridgestone Parkway Sunday morning.The crash broke a utility pole, which caused the
7th annual Franklin Watermelon Festival
The 7th annual Franklin Watermelon Festival celebrated the fruit of summer with activities like watermelon carvings by the Leipers Fork Carving Club, free slices of watermelon from Delvin Farms, cooking demonstrations with watermelon and the popular watermelon eating contests for children and adults
Tennessee hospitals face shortages in vital drugs and supplies
The Food and Drug Administration says EpiPens, the emergency allergy medication, are experiencing "intermittent supply constraints" because of delays at Pfizer's Meridian Medical Technologies, which makes the devices.Wochit
Five lucky people win Kroger gift cards
To be eligible to win, readers had to correctly count the Kroger logos in a special supplement produced by the Times-Gazette and write in the count on the entry form. (This year, the number was 28.) There were a total of 1,431 entries: 806 were correct, 625 were incorrect. Winners were selected in a
Franklin ball fields could see major upgrade under city, FSSD partnership
The renovation project, which has yet to have a price tag, is being designed by Lose & Associates. For now, the city and FSSD school board would be on tap for $60,000 to be paid to the design firm for the early phases of consultation.
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Franklin Farmers Co-op Hunting Expo Set up
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Dean says he wants to keep 'partisan politics' out of governor's race
Democratic candidate for Tennessee Governor and former Nashville Mayor Karl Dean talks to the media at his primary election returns watch party at Clementine Hall Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018, in Nashville, Tenn.George Walker IV / The TennesseaFullscreen
Tennessee man pleads in teen's shooting death
LAWRENCEBURG, Tenn. — Officials said a Lawrence County teenager has pleaded guilty in the 2017 shooting death of a 16-year-old Lawrenceburg girl.Police said Kyle Daniel Welcher, 18, has entered an open guilty plea to reckless homicide and three counts of reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon.A
Franklin opens up new sidewalk on Highway 96 East
For the last two years, the city has quietly placed seven new sidewalk segments, with two more on the schedule to be completed by 2019. City leaders are also working on a new pedestrian bridge that will connect Chestnut Bend to the Park at Harlinsdale Farms.
Local teen charged in Fieldstone Farms incident has four arrests, various felony and misdemeanor charges in Williamson County since March
In Williamson County’s Circuit Criminal Court, Farris went before a grand jury on Monday, with his next arraignment set for August 27.