What’s up, Spring Hill?
Spring Hill Home Page starts a new segment today, beginning around noon where reporters, Cliff Hightower and Sarah Grace Taylor, will bring you last weeks headlines and upcoming news for the week. Most importantly, we hope to hear from you while we are live. We encourage you to ask questions about the issues we are discussing but also let us know what you want us to investigate.
Home Page Media Group will be broadcasting on Facebook Live, so be sure to tune in or check it out later in the day. With the weekly Facebook Live question and answers, Home Page Media Group is aiming to give you the news in an interesting and accessible new format.
LAST WEEKS HEADLINES
- Spring Hill Police now use drones: The Spring Hill Police Department is using a new tool to help officer’s get a full scope of the city’s crime and traffic accidents.
- County passes budget: Williamson County passed a $557 million budget after some wrangling with the school board over the amount for months. In the end, the Williamson County school board cut $6 million and the county approved a budget with no property tax increase.
- School board facing lawsuit: The Williamson County school board faces a lawsuit after a student claimed sexual assault on campus. The parents said the school system did not do its due diligence in following up.
- A long-time former Spring Hill alderman, Jonathan Duda, is now throwing his name into the pot as a future Williamson County commissioner.
- Williamson County is the perfect place for an athletic complex, a new study says. But just how and when it would be built is still unknown. The county, along with Williamson, Inc., released a study two weeks ago on the feasibility of building an athletic complex in Williamson County.
- Neely in court: Marshall Grant Neely III, 58, of Franklin, and the motorist accused of hitting bicyclist Tyler Noe on the Natchez Trace will be in court Thursday for the first time to hear the charges against him. These charges include felony reckless endangerment.
Remember, we hope to hear from you today. Tune in at noon on the Franklin Home Page Facebook page.