Women's clothing store Mainstream Boutique opens in Franklin
Mainstream Boutique opened a location in Berry Farms on Jan. 20. (Courtesy Mainstream Boutique)
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The campus will offer a family-friendly scheduling model as well as a blend of virtual and in-person learning with personalized curriculum.
The event will feature adults from five groups putting their knowledge of American history to the test.
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While the district will continue implementing social distancing and sanitizing protocols, masks will be optional.
While masks will be optional but still encouraged, quarantine policies will still be in place in accordance with local health department guidelines.
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The proposed trail, which would be 3-5 miles in length, would serve as a new amenity for mountain bikers in the Brentwood area as well as for students wishing to compete in interscholastic competitions.
Officials with Blood Assurance, which supplies Williamson Medical Center, say blood supplies are critically low.
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