Earlier this summer, plans were presented to the public for the new, 25.17-acre Long Lane Sports Complex, set to be located at Long Lane in Franklin.
The eatery offers a selection of pastries, breads, snacks and grocery items as well as coffee and tea drinks.
The do-it-yourself workshop offers classes and events where guests make signs, home decor and other crafts.
This will be the third Williamson County location for the company.
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A lineup for next year's event has not yet been announced.
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According to WCS, this year marks the 13th time a school in the district has received the award.
The party and baking supply store offers a selection of decorations, sprinkles, baking pans and accessories as well as ready-made baked goods such as cakes and cookies.
WCS Superintendent Jason Golden said the district will announce a schedule next week for parents to decide how they want their students to learn next semester.
District officials have said they may schedule more asynchronous days throughout the school year, depending on how the pilot program goes.
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Compounded with school closures from the coronavirus, education experts predict losses in learning could be higher than average this year.
Active cases numbers in the county have remained largely stable.
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“Luckily, we have this beautiful little pocket that is Leiper’s Fork, the preservation that’s out here. That’s something we really like to hold close to our core beliefs.”—Dylan Morrison, owner and chef at 1892
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Just in time for fall weather, Sal's has added outdoor seating to its eatery on Hillsboro Road.
In need of a creative project to get you out of the house? Spark: An Art Studio is now open in Brentwood.
Superintendent Jason Golden said all communication about quarantine requirements will now come from the health department.
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According to WCS, this is not a vote to change the mascot, and the district is not asking for new mascot suggestions.