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Williamson Weekend: 5 Happenings This Weekend

Celebration of Nations   WHAT: Join in Historic Dowtown Franklin on October 12, 2019 for the fun-filled celebration of Nations festival featuring Live Music, Art &...
Harpeth Conervancy

Harpeth Conservancy Breaks Fundraising Goals

Harpeth Conservancy’s 16th Annual River Swing set records for attendance and money raised, according to an announcement by Dorene Bolze, president and CEO of...

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Parks & Rec: October Pickleball Clinics & Open Play Times

The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department (WCPR) offers a wide variety of pickleball programs for all ages and ability levels. A paddle sport created...
Heritage Foundation

Pam Chandler Receives Heritage Foundation 2019 Patron Award

The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County honored the 2019 Patron Award winner Pam Chandler ahead of its annual Heritage Ball event. To select the...
Bootlegger Bash

Local Living: 5 Things to Do This Week

Bootlegger's Bash WHAT: This annual fundraiser is inspired by the rich bootlegging history of Williamson County. The Bootlegger’s Bash is an event which features all...
Jones Company

New 30 Home Community Announced at Franklin’s Ladd Park

The Jones Company, a Nashville-based home builder, announces a new Franklin community, Foxglove Farm at Ladd Park. This community will join The Jones Company’s...
Cooper Trooper

Cooper Trooper Pumpkin Patch Celebrates 10 Years

Back for a tenth year, Cooper Trooper Pumpkin Patch will be available from October 5-31st, 2019, at 530 Cool Springs Boulevard, Franklin. Visiting the Cooper...
Meet the Astronomer at Dyer Observatory

Local Living: 5 Things to Do This Week

Writer's Round at Front Street Tavern WHAT: Don't miss Front Street Tavern's weekly Writer's Round hosted by Madeline McDonald! Every Wednesday enjoy a night of entertainment...
The Better Business Bureau issued a warning notifying citizens that investment scams targeting older adults are increasing. Of course scams like this affect all ages; however, an uptick of complex investment opportunities are being directed at older investors. Some of these scams may include unregistered securities, promissory notes, charitable gift annuities, Ponzi schemes, etc. Here are some tips for spotting investment scams: Don’t trust any claims where there are no risks. ALL investments carry some sort of risk. Disregard promises of big money fast. No one can predict how investments will pay out. Don’t make an immediate decision. Con artists love applying pressure for on the spot decisions. Get everything in writing prior to making any decisions. A legitimate company won’t have a problem with a paper trail. Take the time to check out investment opportunities with your state’s securities regulator or the federal Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) at www.sec.gov or 202-551-6720

Investment Scams Targeting Older Adults on the Rise

from Council on Aging of Middle Tennessee The Better Business Bureau issued a warning notifying citizens that investment scams targeting older adults are increasing. Of...
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Remember 9/11

September 11th is a tragic and unforgettable day for the United States of America. The visions, stories and memories of that day in 2001...
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Franklin Police and Fire to Hold 9/11 Memorial Wednesday

Franklin Police Officers and Firefighters encourage the community to join us for a brief Wednesday morning ceremony in remembrance of the nearly 3,000 people...
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Bring the Family to Brentwood’s Public Safety Day

The City of Brentwood, Brentwood Police Department and Brentwood Fire & Rescue invites the community to the 9th annual Public Safety Day to be...