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Mt. Pleasant works to recoup backlog of delinquent property taxes
A Mid-State city has a huge backlog of delinquent property taxes and for the first time ever, it is going after the people who haven't paid.
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Early voting begins today
Early voting for the local Republican Primary, set for May 6, began this morning at the Williamson County Administrative Complex in Franklin.
14 hrs ago
Columbia Daily Herald
New fields plan in motion
The YMCA of Middle Tennessee is hoping to develop nearly a dozen soccer fields as well as pavilions, concession stands and walking trails on a 20-acre parcel near the intersection of Derryberry Lane and Rice Road.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
'Guns in Parks' bill dies, schools keep playing in county fields
House Bill 1407, commonly referred to as the, "Guns in Parks," bill, died quietly in the state House of Representatives Finance, Ways and Means subcommittee Monday night for a lack of funding.
Memphis Commercial Appeal
Bill to repeal local opt-out ability on guns in parks dies
The bill won state Senate approval Feb. 13 , but the House version was taken "off notice" in the House finance subcommittee late Monday.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Cleveland Daily Banner
Bradley jobless figure at 6.4%
February unemployment in Bradley County took a slight uptick for the second consecutive month, but the two-tenths of 1 percent rise to 6.4 kept the local mark well below state and national rates, and it remained the lowest in Southeast Tennessee.
Candidate Profile: Neil Cossey
COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES: First Vice-Chair Williamson County Republican Party, Two term President of Nashville Franklin Elks Lodge #72, Masonic Lodge Hiram #7 and past Co-Chair American Cancer Society Charity Shoot.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Candidate Profile: Jeff Long
OFFICE SEEKING: Sheriff ADDRESS: 2611 Baugh Road, Thompson Station AGE: 63 OCCUPATION: Sheriff FAMILY: WIFE, Dora Long; Daughter,Julie GilLam; Son in law Jimmy Gillaml Granddaughter,Blakely Gillam; Son, Justin Long; Daughter in law Justine Long; Grandsons, Cayden and Dawson Long COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES: Franklin First United Methodist Church, memberon ... (more)
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Additional financial disclosures filed in county commission races
Several Williamson County Commission candidates filed financial disclosures yesterday for the upcoming May 6 Republican Primary with District 6 candidate Cyndi Miller showing the top fundraiser this period.
Special Homecoming Tonight for High School Wrestler Injured in December in Huntsville
After spending months in the hospital, a teenager paralyzed in a wrestling tournament in Huntsville is finally getting to go home.
Looney says new schools could bring real estate boom in Nolensville
Superintendent Dr. Mike Looney presented the zoning plans for the recently named Mill Creek Elementary, Mill Creek Middle and Nolensville High School, to a crowd of almost 100 parents at Nolensville Town Hall yesterday.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Commentary: Follow Republican's lead to revise Common Core
As the final weeks of the 108th General Assembly wind down in Nashville, Republican residents here in Williamson County continue to debate the merits and rationale behind a litany of policy proposals sponsored by members of our party's legislative majority.
Residents concerned about sewage at south Nashville apartment complex
The Casa Linda and Casa Blanca Apartments on Murfreesboro Pike have been dealing with a major water leak all week.
Make sure you are properly vaccinated for exotic travels this summer
One of the most exciting parts of my practice here at Williamson Medical Group is helping prepare people to stay safe and healthy while traveling abroad.
Alexander, Hilly speak to Chamber Tuesday
Members of the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce and guests can learn about the growing Americana Music genre at the Chamber's next Membership Meeting on Tuesday, April 15, from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Jamison Hall in The Factory.
Child rapist gets 100 years in prison
A man convicted of raping an 8-year-old girl was sentenced to 100 years in prison on Wednesday.
Tax Relief Program funded for one more year
Days after members of the Tennessee Trustee Association and State Rep. Bill Sanderson met with Gov. Bill Haslam for a lengthy debate regarding a Tax Relief Program they received good news.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Columbia Daily Herald
Parks director asks to double budget
Maury County Park is one of several county parks facilities officials say could benefit from doubling the park's department budget.
Nolensville zoning plans introduced, community meeting tomorrow
Proposed zoning plans for the new schools in Nolensville were introduced at the Williamson County School Board of Education policy meeting and special-called work session Monday.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
WCSD partners with Williamson College to prepare inmates for future
Attending today's premier of the documentary Living Hope by local filmmaker David Kiern at Thoroughbred Theater in Cool Springs will be also the premier activity for 20 inmates of the Williamson County jail enrolled in a new program called The Promise.