In case you missed it, here are the top five most-read stories from the week:

phone scammerThe Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning people of a scam they’ve dubbed the “Can You Hear Me?” scam. The scam involves a caller asking if you can hear them and when you answer “yes,” your voice is recorded and you are signed up for products and services. . . . Read More

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The following restaurants have been fined at least $1,000 for violating state alcohol serving policy or selling to minors in Williamson and Maury County in the past year. . . . Read More 

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Two weeks in a row, this story from last winter keeps getting top views.

Mary Morris, a third-grade teacher in Strawberry Plains, put her own spin on Adele’s uber-popular song “Hello” . . .  Read More.

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This week marked the 26-year anniversary of the murder of Peggy Cox. Franklin Police and the FBI continue to search for Peggy’s killer, once again asking for the public’s help in solving the cold case murder.. . .  Read More

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This week, the Spring Hill Police Department asked the public for help in identifying a male shoplifting suspect who removed alarm sensors from a vacuum cleaner box….Read More

 

 

 

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