11th Annual FRANKLIN FOLK FESTIVAL :: Saturday, July 19 from 9am - 4pm in Historic Downtown Franklin

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Angel Medical Center (AMC) formally welcomed its new CEO Jim Bross at a reception held on the lawn at Snow Hill Inn Saturday. By invitation only, guests were treated to a prime rib dinner prepared by the catering arm of AMC.

Jan Unger, chairman of the board of trustees, introduced Bross’ daughter Angie who spoke of her dad’s commitment to God, family and friends, and his unswerving allegiance to the Clemson Tigers. “He is the hardest worker I know,” she said.

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The Franklin Tourism Development Authority (TDA) heard updates from multiple TDA funded projects as well as considered grant requests for upcoming tourism boosting events in Franklin.

After Chairman Candy Presley opened the meeting, Summer Woodard, chair of the finance/ budget sub-committee, informed the board that after receiving $12,199.87 in room occupancy tax for the month of July, and paying necessary bills for advertising and grant requests, the TDA currently has a remaining balance of $18,977.83. According to Woodard, the board currently has commitments for the remainder of the year totaling $56,800.68.

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No doubt many wannabe first-time homebuyers have been sitting on the sidelines of the volatile housing market, unsure when or how to enter the game. If that describes you, you're probably fortunate to have missed out on the housing bubble and lax lending standards of a few years ago, when millions of people took out mortgages they couldn't afford – or understand.

Homeownership is a long-term commitment filled with expenses (both expected and unexpected) and responsibilities. The upsides – not to mention the tax advantages – are why approximately two-thirds of Americans own instead of renting. But homeownership is not always right for everyone or at every stage of life.

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Another Franklin business fell victim to “the mob” when 30 people descended on Ace Hardware in a massive group. The mob rummaged through the aisles of Ace Hardware with only one goal in mind: To spend at least $20 in the store to show their support for local businesses.

The general idea of a cash mob is to encourage people to go into locally owned small businesses and commit to spending their money, en masse, to give the business owner a little bit of economic stimulus.

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