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Spice Up Your Life: The 4 Essential Mexican Eateries in Dickson
In this piece, we're exploring four exceptional Mexican restaurants located in Dickson. Have you had the chance to visit any of these eateries? We'd love to hear about your experiences, so please share your thoughts in the comments section below.
Preserving History: Tennessee man fights to keep family land
In the heart of rural Montgomery County lies a piece of history that stretches back more than a century.
Davidson County Feb 22 Weekly Crime Report: 2954 Incidents and 62 Crime Stories
Davidson County Feb 22 Weekly Crime Report: 2954 Incidents and 62 Crime Stories. During the last week, Davidson County reported a total of 2954 crime cases. The most common type of crime was classified as 'Other', with 1548 instances. This was followed by burglary and theft, with 534 and 423 cases respectively. Assaults were also significant, with 174 reported instances. The number of suspicious situations stood at 84, while shootings were reported 61 times. Robberies occurred 53 times, vandalism 44 times, and arrests were made in 28 instances. The least common crimes were trespassing and domestic related incidents, with 3 and 2 cases respectively. This data provides a comprehensive insight into the types and frequency of crimes occurring in the place, which is crucial for law enforcement agencies and policy makers to develop effective strategies for crime prevention and response.
Friday evening news update
Family offering $15,000 reward after deadly shooting, man caught on video stealing mail in Franklin and family escapes house fire in Franklin.
Franklin Fire Department Quickly Controls Blaze on Freedom Drive, Prevents Major Home Damage
The Franklin Fire Department was dispatched to the two-story residence on Freedom Drive at 9:08 AM. Firefighters arrived less than four minutes later to find flames and heavy black smoke coming from the attached garage of the 2,250-square-foot home. They quickly controlled the fire, preventing flames from extending into the living space. Franklin Fire Marshal Andy King said the fire started in the garage and the cause is undetermined. He estimated the damage at $100,000. Interview with Battalion Chief Tyler Crews/house fire footage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6GMFnif3cs ###Visit here for more details.
Caught on camera: Police searching for mail thief in Franklin
Police are searching for an alleged mail thief who was caught on camera breaking into several parcel lockers in Franklin.
There is no threat at the Dickson TCAT campus, admin say
There is no threat at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Dickson, the administration confirmed Wednesday afternoon.
Williamson County Schools alerting parents of increased drug use among teens
Williamson County Schools issued a warning after seeing a county-wide rise in illegal drug distribution and use. The district is working closely with law enforcement to warn parents.
Wanted Men Consecutively Arrested in Separate Incidents In Mt. Juliet
February 22, 2024 – Two men wanted out of Williamson County were arrested on two separate incidents back-to-back Wednesday afternoon in Mt. Juliet. A speeding violation on I-40 led to the apprehension of a 19-year-old male, from Nashville. He was wanted on 6 nationwide extradition, felony warrants out of Williamson County.
Aggravated assault, strangulation charges dropped against DCSO officer
Charges in a case against a Nashville-Davidson County Sheriff’s Office correctional officer have been dropped.
‘To teach the next generation’: A former schoolhouse for Black children finds a new home in Franklin
On a suburban street in Franklin, Tenn., in the early hours of a February morning, the Lee-Buckner School, a white clapboard schoolhouse, glides by on the back of a semi-truck — slowly, carefully, like the grand marshal of a parade. It’s in the last leg of a 13-mile journey from the tiny rural community of Duplex to its new home in Franklin. Police cars flash their blue lights, blocking off traffic at the end of the road. And watching it all unfold is a group of former students, plus researchers and fundraisers from the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, who all worked together to make this night happen.
Recovery Court's 'The Stories Behind the Songs' raises $60,000
The 21st District Recovery Court raised $60,000 during it's second annual The Stories Behind The Songs fundraiser on Wednesday, which featured live performances by Martina McBride, The Warren Brothers and Leslie Satcher at The Franklin Theatre. “Having Martina McBride, one of country music’s top female vocalists, alongside the incredible songwriting...
Williamson County law enforcement cracking down on teen drug use
Williamson County law enforcement cracking down on teen drug use.
Pet Care in Williamson County, TN: A Guide to Grooming, Boarding, and Daycare
Pet Care in Williamson County, TN: A Guide to Grooming, Boarding, and Daycare. For pet parents in Williamson County, our furry companions aren’t just animals—they’re cherished family members. They add so much to our lives and all they ask in return is our love and care. And while belly rubs and walks around the block are essential, true well-being requires more.
Henderson, February 24 High School 🏀 Game Notice
The Montgomery Central High School basketball team will have a game with Chester County High School on February 24, 2024, 19:00:00 CST. ALWAYS WANTED TO DUNK LIKE A TOTAL BADASS, OR DEVELOP ROCK-SOLID WORK ETHIC....
Tax Relief Announced for Local Residents Affected by Recent Severe Storms and Tornadoes
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has granted tax relief to individuals and businesses in certain Tennessee counties affected by severe storms and tornadoes since December 9. This relief, prompted by a disaster declaration from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), extends the deadline for various federal tax returns and payments to June 17, 2024.
TDOE names 31 WCS schools '22-23 Reward Schools, FSSD earns 'Exemplary' status
The Tennessee Department of Education announced the school and district designations for the 2022-23 school year on Tuesday. A record-breaking 31 Williamson County Schools were named Reward Schools, while the Franklin Special Schools District was one of only 12 districts across the state to earn "Exemplary" status. In addition, 21...
Franklin Police Department Hires New Public Information Manager
FRANKLIN, TN – The Franklin Police Department is pleased to welcome Max Winitz as its new Public Information Manager. Winitz is the first Public Information Manager who is not a sworn officer in the department and comes with an extensive media background. Police Chief Deborah Faulkner said, “Max will...
Beautiful subdivision developing in Cheatham County!
Nashville is a beautiful city, but its surrounding areas are just as gorgeous. We’re checking out a developing subdivision located in Cheatham County that is beautiful and an amazing opportunity for families, couples, or singles! For more information, please visit amandabellsells.com.
‘Another tool in their toolbox’: Proposed bill would give judges option to send teens to adult court for certain crimes
A Nashville Juvenile Court Judge said juvenile crime is down overall, but more and more teens are stealing cars. Not only that, but they are finding guns when they do.