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A Williamson family was displaced early this morning after their home was significantly damaged by a house fire caused by an outdoor heating lamp accident, according to a release from Williamson County Emergency Management Agency.

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Around 100 people remembered the 155th anniversary of the Battle of Franklin on the steps of the Carnton plantation home on Saturday with a reading of names of casualties and lighting of 10,000 electronic candles throughout the former home. 

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The Merry and Bright and Holiday Lights event saw hundreds of Nolensville residents celebrate the holidays throughout town on Sunday afternoon ending with the town Christmas tree lighting at town hall.

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WARNING: This story contains information about suicide. If you or a loved one is thinking about suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (NSPL) at 1-800-273-8255. The NSPL provides 24-hour, free support to those in distress, as well as prevention and crisis resources for…

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With the first public impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump beginning on Wednesday, government leaders continue to be split across party lines as to whether Trump had committed an impeachable offense. One such leader is U.S. Rep. Mark Green.

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The Williamson County Commission on Tuesday approved a tax increment financing program for Mitsubishi Motors ahead of the company's headquarters move from Cypress, California to Franklin. The program will save Mitsubishi $31,074 in taxes annually over the next decade.

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Local craft brewer Mill Creek Brewing Co. is shutting down and filing for bankruptcy protection after four years in business — the first Nashville-area such business to cease operations since the post 2013 explosion of the local craft beer scene.

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Williamson County residents may see their first snowfall of the year Monday night as the National Weather Service (NWS) has predicted a "light snow" to fall later Monday evening through Tuesday morning. Issuing a Hazardous Weather Outlook for the county, temperatures are expected to drop int…

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A man is facing charges of rape and resisting arrest after allegedly sexually assaulting a 77 year-old Spring Hill woman in her home. The suspect, Santiago Garcia Cornejo, was at the victim’s home to repair the woman’s drywall when the alleged incident occurred on July 27.