In Case You Missed It: 5 Top Stories of the Week

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

1Anticipated Restaurant Chooses Not to Continue with Franklin Project


Williamson County residents will have to continue to drive to East Nashville for a Pharmacy burger as the owner of The Pharmacy, Terry Raley has chosen not to continue with the Franklin project, confirmed The Factory Managment. Read More.

2Impaired Driver Held After crashing

An Alabama suspect, believed to have been under the influence of methamphetamine, remains jailed after crashing a stolen car into a telephone pole and tree in downtown Franklin. Read More.

 

3911 Call and Victim ID Released in Burger King Shooting

Spring Hill Police released the 911 call and name of victim shot at Burger King. Read More.

4Lawsuit Claims Brentwood Academy Mishandled Student Sexual Assaults


A lawsuit filed last week claims that Brentwood Academy mishandled the rape and sexual assault of a sixth-grade boy by other students. Read More.

5Brentwood Academy Responds to Lawsuit Allegations


Brentwood Academy released a statement responding.  Read More.

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