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Mayor answers Preserve Brentwood criticism for Town Center vote Mayor answers Preserve Brentwood criticism for Town Center vote

Brentwood Mayor Betsy Crossley has responded to a citizen grassroots group's claim that she favors more residential development in the city's Town Center district.

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Developer disputes use of term 'apartment' instead of 'condo'
Developer disputes use of term 'apartment' instead of 'condo'

The developer of a proposed mixed-use site that includes residential units has contested claims that its project offers "apartments" as opposed to condominiums.

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CRIME REPORT: Thefts top this week's report
CRIME REPORT: Thefts top this week's report

A number of thefts top this week's crime report released by Asst. Brentwood Police Chief Tommy Walsh on Thursday.

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Newk's Eatery files with city, eyes spring opening

The popular restaurant Newk's Eatery has filed with the city of Brentwood in anticipation of its grand opening at CityPark this spring.

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Davis House hosting annual Legacy Ball Feb. 28

Davis House Child Advocacy Center has set a Feb. 28 date for their Legacy Ball 2015, "A Night at the Oscars."

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TDOT Traffic Update: Feb. 26-March 4
TDOT Traffic Update: Feb. 26-March 4

The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for Feb. 26-March 4.

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UPDATE: Eastbound lanes on 840 reopen after Thursday morning crash

Eastbound lanes on State Route 840 have reopened after a serious Thursday morning traffic accident.

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SCENE & HEARD: Legacy Ball draws crowd of 400
SCENE & HEARD: Legacy Ball draws crowd of 400

The Davis House Child Advocacy Center hosted the Feb. 28 Legacy Ball 2015, "A Night at the Oscars," a wine reception and silent auction at Embassy Suites in Cool Springs.

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SCENE & HEARD: Graceworks turns 20
SCENE & HEARD: Graceworks turns 20

A crowd of about 200 turned out to celebrate the 20th birthday of the Williamson County based non-profit organization Graceworks Ministries.

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Working schools budget up 4.4%, no programs cut

The Williamson County School Board on Saturday discussed a $289,963,212 budget proposal for the 2015-2016 school year and additions to several line items.

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BGA to host March 4 parent seminar on rearing boys

Battle Ground Academy will host the presentation, "Wild Things: The Art of Nurturing Boys" at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 4.

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Judge Beans Athletes of the Week March 2
Judge Beans Athletes of the Week March 2

Click Read More to find out who was chosen for Athletes of the Week.

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WAKM to broadcast Brentwood girls basketball sectional matchup

WAKM will broadcast tonight's Class AAA girls sectional basketball game between Brentwood High and Mt. Juliet.

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WILLCO MOVIE BUFF: Oscar winner 'Whiplash' a ferocious journey into heart of art
WILLCO MOVIE BUFF: Oscar winner 'Whiplash' a ferocious journey into heart of art

"Whiplash," first-time director Damien Chazelle's fiery look into the painstaking perils of performance art, fared well at Sunday's 87th Academy Awards.

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WCS art show opens at the Frist Saturday
WCS art show opens at the Frist Saturday

Saturday marked the opening of the 2015 Williamson County Art Show at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville.

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Judy Payton's retirement means changes at library

A big change is coming to the Brentwood Library that has nothing to do with the building, the books, or the amount charged for late returns.

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ALLISON MALONEY: 'Little Bit' Gets Healthy
ALLISON MALONEY: 'Little Bit' Gets Healthy

Hi there! You already know me as the Home Page's resident "Little Bit," and you might have read some of my columns on Wednesdays. But this column is moving to Mondays for the time being in celebration of our Be Healthy Guide.

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Prevent roof 'dams' before they happen, builder says

While Middle Tennessee residents may not have to deal with ice and snow very often, their roofs could be in danger when those winter storms do hit.

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WCAR to award $5,000 to 3 WCS seniors
WCAR to award $5,000 to 3 WCS seniors

The Williamson County Association of Realtors Good Works Foundation will award three students a $5,000 scholarship as part of its Realtor Good Works Foundation scholarship program.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Governors Club home offers privacy, relaxation
SHOWCASE HOME: Governors Club home offers privacy, relaxation

This beautiful brick and stone home offers everything the private Governors Club neighborhood is known for. Even better, it's all included at an amazing price.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Eliot Road home filled with southern charm
SHOWCASE HOME: Eliot Road home filled with southern charm

This Westhaven charmer at 1210 Eliot Road is a surprising 3276 square feet of pure delight.

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