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The Nolensville Planning Commission met on Tuesday night where they approved a site plan for an addition to the Sunset Middle School Auditorium, All God’s Children Site Plan Review Facade Update and deferred several items.

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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.

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Williamson County residents may be in for an icy evening Thursday as the National Weather Service (NWS) issued a Freeze Watch Wednesday afternoon for the entire Middle Tennessee area — Williamson, Maury and Davidson counties included.

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Often called the "Coachella of politics," Politicon saw a swath of political influencers discuss and debate a litany of topics at the Music City Center in Nasvhille over the weekend. Among those debating were conservative talk show host Sean Hannity and lawyer and political commentator James…

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Medicare for All is among one of the most highly discussed topics in America today, and has been fiercely debated during the ongoing Democratic debates. One local venue that saw the topic discussed and debated upon recently was Politicon in Nashville - called the "Comic-Con for politics," Sa…

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STORY BY MITCHELL STEPHENSON | PHOTOS BY CARL EDMONDSON, JR.  The Page Patriots hosted the Nolensville Lady Knights in this Division I Class AA, Region 6, District 11 match-up. Page entered the contest 6-5-2 overall record, and 2-1-1 in district action. Nolensville came into the contest 11-1-1 overall, and a district record of 7-0. Both …

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STORY BY CHARLIE BATEMAN | PHOTO BY CARL EDMONDSON, JR.  The Nolensville Lady Knights volleyball team fought their way to victory in five sets over the Franklin Rebels Monday night, 25-22, 25-22, 14-25, 23-25, 17-15. This marks the fourth time this season that the Knights have won a volleyball match in five sets. “Franklin is …

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By MATT MASTERS The Nolensville Lions Club hosted a fishing trip on Saturday for boys with My Friend’s House, a non-profit in Franklin that assists at-risk youth. About seven boys joined the club to cast their poles in a Nolensville pond on the sunny, warm morning. Lions Club member Scott Hall said that many of …

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By RACHAEL LONG After receiving an additional $100,000 in the town of Nolensville budget, the Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department (NVFD) is asking the community for financial support.  NVFD Board President Tom Seyfried took to the department’s Facebook page Thursday in a video appeal to the community for financial contributions.  “More people now know that we …

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By CHIP CIRILLO  Focus, focus, focus – that was the message for Fairview the past few days. It seemed to pay off as the Yellow Jackets posted a 3-0 win at Nolensville in a Region 6-AA semifinal on Tuesday night. Fairview (14-3-1) rebounded from a disappointing loss to Sycamore in the District 12-AA championship flour …

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By RACHAEL LONG Anthropologist Margaret Mead could have been speaking directly to small-town Middle Tennessee residents when she said, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” Nolensville residents crowded the Town Hall chambers at Thursday’s meeting of the Board …

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Volunteer Fire Chief Brian Moat disclosed his imminent resignation Saturday, April 6, effective midnight, during an interview at E&B Coffee Roasters in Nolensville with the Nolensville Home Page. Moat says his decision to step down has been coming for months, but the April 6 Board of Mayor and Alderman (BOMA) meeting was the last straw. Town leaders …

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By RACHAEL LONG *Editor’s note: The story was updated Monday, April 8 at 11:21 a.m. to include comments by resident Larry Garland.  Much to the frustration of residents gathered at Town Hall Thursday night, the Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen (BOMA) approved the first reading of the town’s FY 2019-2020 budget. Residents wearing T-shirts …