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Best Bets: 5 things to do in Williamson County through Jan. 22

Franklin Theatre is located at 419 Main St. Tickets are $25-$40. To buy, visit franklintheatre.com.

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Factory at Franklin is located at 230 Franklin Road.

    Best Bets: 5 things to do in Williamson County through Jan. 22
    Bite into the first-ever Franklin Taco and Tequila Festival Saturday afternoon, Jan. 20, at the Factory at Franklin's Liberty Hall. Admission is $20, which provides access to the festival plus five tokens to exchange for tacos, beer, margaritas and tequila at the event.
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Jan 08

Best Bets: 5 things to do in Williamson County, Jan 12-14

The Franklin Theatre is located at 419 Main St. Visit franklintheatre.com for tickets or more information.

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The market is open 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays at the shed behind the Factory at Franklin, 230 Franklin Road.

    Best Bets: 5 things to do in Williamson County, Jan 12-14
    Hunt for treasure at Owl's Hill Nature Sanctuary from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 13. Attendees can hike around the woods using a GPS or smartphone to find geocaches hidden in containers. This activity is free and serves as an introduction to geocaching for beginners. Visit owlshill.org to register.
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Jan 01

Cheatham County: Good for business in 2017

• Carla Howse opened Nu Fades barber shop and salon in December at 605 N. Main Street.  

    Cheatham County: Good for business in 2017
    2017 brought several new businesses to Cheatham County. Here's a look at some of the businesses that opened in the area last year. * Sew Fitting Alterations & Embroidery opened its doors to the community in March.
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Dec 18

Best bets for things to do in Williamson County Dec. 20-23

The music starts at 4 p.m. and again at 8 p.m. with tickets priced from $46 to $61 at Franklin Theatre, 419 Main St.

    Best bets for things to do in Williamson County Dec. 20-23
    The Dove Award-winning Katinas will bring their style of contemporary Christian music to the Williamson County Performing Arts Center at Academy Park for two evenings of family fun. The five Katina brothers will also welcome special guests Janine Jones and Kelsey Steele to the 7 p.m. shows Thursday-Friday, Dec. 21-22.
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Dec 13

Nu Fades barber shop, salon opens in Ashland City

That’s why she keeps the phrase on the fliers and business cards for Nu Fades, her recently opened barber shop and salon, located at 605 N. Main St.

    Nu Fades barber shop, salon opens in Ashland City
    Carla Howse believes that "when we look good, we feel good." That's why she keeps the phrase on the fliers and business cards for Nu Fades, her recently opened barber shop and salon, located at 605 N. Main St.
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Dec 06

NowPlayingNashville.com is at The Franklin Th...

Today ONLY: 2-for-1 Tickets available to Nashville Public Television’s Victoria Preview at The Franklin Theatre on December 10! https://www.nowplayingnashville.com/event/npts-victoria-preview/

    NowPlayingNashville.com
    Today ONLY: 2-for-1 Tickets available to Nashville Public Television's Victoria Preview at The Franklin Theatre on December 10! https://www.nowplayingnashville.com/event/npts-victoria-preview/
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Dec 06

Springfield Tour of Homes: the McMurry House

Do you remember in last week’s article the family who owned the land that included 309, 311, and 313 North Main Street?

    Springfield Tour of Homes: the McMurry House
    OK, let's start with a quick quiz. Do you remember in last week's article the family who owned the land that included 309, 311, and 313 North Main Street? That's right, the Eckles family. Lizzie Eckles married prominent tobacco businessman William McMurry, and in June of 1891, they were deeded property on North Main Street from the heirs of Isham A.
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Dec 01

Actors delight in Dickens of a Christmas roles

419 Main St., Franklin

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230 Franklin Road, Franklin 

    Actors delight in Dickens of a Christmas roles
    The holidays are in full swing in Williamson County. Opportunities abound for newcomers and natives alike to savor the season with area events. In its 33rd year, the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County 's Dickens of a Christmas festival will once again transform the historic downtown district into an old-fashioned Victorian village as 200 characters, dancers, strolling carolers and entertainers fill the streets in their period costumes.
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Nov 29

Previewing Springfield's Tour of Homes: the Eckles House

Such is the case for the house at 311 North Main Street.

The property, taking in 309, 311, and 313 North Main Street, all goes back to Isham Eckles, who ran a drugstore on the east side of the Square in Springfield. He bought two and one quarter acres on Russellville Road from T.M. Henry in 1855.

A lot on the northern portion of the property fronting 91 feet and 6 inches was sold at public auction to J.W. Dean for $261. This is the lot at 309 North Main where the Onstotts now live.

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