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Franktown Open Hearts, a nonprofit that serves inner-city at-risk youth and their families in Franklin, will once again host Franktown Festival of Lights, presented by Franklin Synergy Bank, with over a mile-long Christmas-spirited experience that features thousands of sparkling holiday lights.

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By MATT MASTERS An unidentified man who was seen on security recording breaking into Mill Creek Church of Christ early Saturday morning is at the center of an investigation that appears to be closing in on the alleged thief. According to church member Dave Case, the burglary took place around 2 a.m. on Saturday and …

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STAFF REPORT The 4th annual Vetfest will take place in Granny White Park on Oct. 5 in Brentwood to recognize veterans and increase awareness about resources available to military families. The free event will take place from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. with the Heroes Stroll taking place before the event at 9:30 p.m. and …

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STAFF REPORT The Broken Wheel Festival will take place at Mill Creek Brewing Company on Oct. 5 to raise money for Round Up for Nolensville. The festival will take place from 4 – 9 p.m. and will include live music by the John Foster Band, Back to Avalon – A Tribute to Heart, Jess Kellie …

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STAFF REPORTS The Artist Community Theatre will hold their final performances of the Broadway musical Annie this weekend at Nolensville’s Historic School House. The production has already sold out the final performance on Sunday, Sept. 29, but tickets are still available on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 27 and 28. Tickets are available for $10 for …

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STTAFF REPORTS The Nolensville Police Department will host Cruz In with the Cops on Saturday morning where attendees can meet first responders and check out NPD patrol cars and equipment used by the Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department. The free event will be held from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at First United Methodist Church in …

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STAFF REPORTS The second annual Cars and Cures Car Show and Family Fun Day will take place on Sept. 28 at Mill Creek Automotive and Mill Creek Brewery. The event will support Project Alive, a non-profit organization with the goal of curing Hunter syndrome. Last year, the event raised more than $13,000 for Project Alive. …

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By MATT MASTERS Williamson Inc. welcomed new Nolensville business Cryo and Contour with a ribbon cutting on Wednesday. Cryo and Contour is a clinic that offers specialized weight loss services, personal training, cryotherapy, body contouring and DNA and metabolism testing among other services. Dr. Lorina Poe, owner and medical director at Cryo and Contour, said …

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STAFF REPORTS The Williamson County Recreation Complex at Nolensville is offering several Therapeutic Recreation programs in September. Williamson County Parks and Recreation provides year-round leisure activities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  Therapeutic programs are led by Therapeutic Recreation Specialists who assist people with disabilities to develop skills and knowledge for daily living and community …

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By MATT MASTERS The Nolensville Police Department was given 15 trauma kits by local business leaders on Wednesday. The trauma kits include items like tourniquets, scissors and bandages to stop bleeding — tools that can mean the difference between life and death. The department’s need for the supplies was brought to the attention of Nolensville …

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STAFF REPORTS The Aug. 30 Finally Friday Concert in Nolensville has been rescheduled for a future day yet to be announced. The concert was scheduled to be the last performance in 2019 the Summer Concert Series at the Historic Nolensville. Local Christian and gospel praise bands were set to take the stage, but the event …

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  STAFF REPORTS The 5th annual Nolensville Kids Triathlon saw 400 children and 1000 people total come together on Sunday for the biggest youth triathlon in Tennessee. This years race which included swimming, biking and running also partnered with the Nolensville Food Pantry to collect donations for those in need, according to organizer Suzanne Locke. …

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By MATT MASTERS Nolensville’s Ebenezer United Methodist Church celebrated its 150th Homecoming Anniversary on Sunday, packing the church with believers and community members during two services.  The historic African American church with its white walls and steeple saw a full house during the 11 a.m. service, so much that folding metal chairs were place at …

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STAFF REPORTS Wash 37135 is offering their premium car wash service for half price on Sunday with all proceeds to benefit the restoration of the historic Morton-Brittain House.  The premium car wash normally costs $20, but will be discounted to $10 per vehicle from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 912 Oldham Drive in Nolensville. …

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The Nolensville Planning Commission met on Tuesday evening where they approved changes to regulations on driveway heights for future developments and approved a variety of bond actions. The commission unanimously approved an amendment to residential driveways in the town’s subdivision regulations, which would require future developers to create a graded one and a half inch …

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STAFF REPORTS Nolensville’s Ebenezer United Methodist Church will celebrate its 150th Homecoming Anniversary on Sunday. The historic African American church will hold an 11 a.m. service with Pastor John D. Alexander followed by lunch. Pastor Derrick Jackson and the congregation of the First Baptist Church of Gallatin will attend as guests at 3 p.m. Ebenezer …

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STAFF REPORTS FirstBank mortgage banker Donna Rumpler awarded four $1,000 scholarships to families in the Nolensville area as part of a package of scholarships awarded to families across Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee. FirstBank Mortgage automatically entered customers who closed a mortgage loan in 2018 in a drawing for a $1,000 scholarship for a child, stepchild, …

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STAFF REPORTS Jonathan King, executive chef at The Heritage at Brentwood, is one of five finalists competing in the Chopped-style competition for a $10,000 top prize as well as the title of Chef of the Year, according to a release from The Heritage. King earned his associate’s degree in culinary arts at Volunteer State Community …

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STAFF REPORTS On Sunday, 500 people volunteered to help with multiple projects in or near South Nashville as part of The Village Church’s Sent Sunday, according to a release. In Nolensville, Cane Ridge, Antioch, Lenox Village, more than 32 projects received help from neighborhood volunteers — totally more than $30,000 worth of work. 6 local …

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STAFF REPORT The Sean Karl Foundation has announced a new fundraising event to benefit pediatric cancer research. On Aug. 10, Wheeler’s Raid Distillery in Nolensville will be hosting a Rock N’ Raid for Sean Block Party. This event includes music by Next Door Boys, food trucks, a corn hole tournament and a bourbon tasting and …