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By Cole Gray |
While residents may see fireworks stands setting up around the county in anticipation of the 4th of July, the use of fireworks is not permitted inside the city limits.
The eatery will feature a walk-up window and is expected to release a new summer menu in the coming weeks.
The bank opened its location on 5th Avenue June 23.
Those affected by the March floods can learn more about elevating their homes during the meeting.
In the past three years, the city has collected just under 4,000 pounds of unused drugs.
Superintendent Jason Golden's contract now extends through 2025.
New signage displaying the history around emancipation and the freeing of enslaved people was debuted during the African American Heritage Society of Williamson County's Juneteenth celebration.
The studio offers fat reduction and body-contouring services with noninvasive techniques using heating and acupuncture.
One year after his death, the city of Brentwood paid tribute to police officer Destin Legieza by renaming a portion of Franklin Road in his honor.
Signs for ANC Williams Way and Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue have been placed along the former 3rd Avenue extension near Bicentennial Park.
Developers announce next phase of McEwen Northside; Juneteenth events on tap and more top news from Franklin, Brentwood
Read the top business and community news from the past week from the Franklin and Brentwood areas.
Juneteenth marks the date in 1865 when the news of the Emancipation Proclamation reached enslaved people in Galveston, Texas.