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Mass for tennis star Sean Karl 2 p.m. Saturday Mass for tennis star Sean Karl 2 p.m. Saturday

A memorial mass for former Ravenwood High and UT tennis star Sean Karl will be celebrated from 2-3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22, at Holy Family Catholic Church at 9100 Crockett Rd. in Brentwood.

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  • Mass for tennis star Sean Karl 2 p.m. Saturday Mass for tennis star Sean Karl 2 p.m. Saturday

    A memorial mass for former Ravenwood High and UT tennis star Sean Karl will be celebrated from 2-3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22, at Holy Family Catholic Church at 9100 Crockett Rd. in Brentwood.

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  • Enough substitute teachers hard to find in WCS Enough substitute teachers hard to find in WCS

    Competitive pay, as well as restrictions imposed by the Affordable Care Act, have left the Williamson County School District struggling to find substitute teachers.

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  • Traffic study could help improve flow in city's north commercial district Traffic study could help improve flow in city's north commercial district

    Brentwood City Commissions will vote Monday night whether to approve an agreement with an outside contractor to study traffic in the city's north commercial district.

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  • Holiday Shopping guide now online 24/7 at BHP Holiday Shopping guide now online 24/7 at BHP

    With the arrival of November, it's time to start considering holiday gifts and making entertainment decisions. Brentwood Home Page invites you to browse its 2014 Holiday Shopping & Entertainment guide, which launches today. Please check back to see new stories as they're added.

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Brentwood's Burgin first to get re-election papers

One of four incumbent Brentwood Commissioners was first to pick up a qualifying petition on Friday, Nov. 21, the first day they were available for the May 5, 2015 city election.

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Tractor Supply's headquarters gets LEED status

Tractor Supply Company's new headquarters on Virginia Way in Brentwood has officially achieved LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver certification.

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Ordinance could return Brentwood to pre-2010 Town Center zoning protocols
Ordinance could return Brentwood to pre-2010 Town Center zoning protocols

An ordinance on the Brentwood City Commission's agenda Monday night would set back a number of amendments to the city's C-4 zoning district passed in 2010 to help rejuvenate an ailing north commercial district.

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UPDATED: Car crashes into Chuck E. Cheese in Cool Springs
UPDATED: Car crashes into Chuck E. Cheese in Cool Springs

Updated at 1:34 p.m. Thursday

One minor injury was reported this morning after a motorist accident drove into the Chuck E. Cheese on Mallory Lane in Franklin, Police say.

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CRIME REPORT: Attempted theft of a motor vehicle tops report
CRIME REPORT: Attempted theft of a motor vehicle tops report

An attempted car theft tops this week's crime report released by Asst. Police Chief Tommy Walsh on Thursday.

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TDOT Traffic Update: Nov. 20-26
TDOT Traffic Update: Nov. 20-26

The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation weekly update for Nov. 20 - Nov. 26.

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Inge Smith named latest 'Hometown Hero'

Longtime Williamson County educator Inge Meyring Smith has been named the latest "Hometown Hero" by Darrell Waltrip Automotive Group.

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Brentwood Woman's Club to host Robert Hicks at Christmas event
Brentwood Woman's Club to host Robert Hicks at Christmas event

The Brentwood Woman's Club will host their annual Christmas celebration Dec. 2 at the Brentwood County Club, featuring award-winning author Robert Hicks, according to a press release.

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'Good Friday' added to school calendar after vote on 2015-2016 schedule
'Good Friday' added to school calendar after vote on 2015-2016 schedule

The 2015-2016 school calendar approved after extensive debate by the Williamson County school board has undergone a slight change made after last Monday's meeting.

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Tennessee schools getting ready for TNReady instead of TCAP
Tennessee schools getting ready for TNReady instead of TCAP

The state completed the process this week to replace the state-mandated TCAP assessment for English/language arts and math.

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PLAYOFF PREVIEWS: Ravenwood rematches Centennial; CPA shoots for 4th straight semifinal berth
PLAYOFF PREVIEWS: Ravenwood rematches Centennial; CPA shoots for 4th straight semifinal berth

Ravenwood hosts Centennial in the Class 6A quarterfinals, while Christ Presbyterian Academy looks to earn its fourth straight trip to the Class 3A semifinals when it takes on Lipscomb Academy at home.

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Basketball Roundup: Brentwood boys suffer first loss; BHS, RHS, FRA girls victorious

The Brentwood, Ravenwood and FRA boys' basketball teams all lost Thursday, while all three schools' girls teams earned wins.

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Martins' matching gift makes me want to pirouette once more
Martins' matching gift makes me want to pirouette once more

I had a short-lived ballet career. My best friend Brucie Lee and I started lessons in "Madame's" basement dance studio when we were five. I loved my pink ballet shoes, pink tights and black leotard. I didn't love ballet.

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DR. JEFF WILSON: Ankle High in Deep Water
DR. JEFF WILSON: Ankle High in Deep Water

Like so many people, I have been trying to work out my Thanksgiving plan.

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DIY home bloggers to participate in Parade of Homes
DIY home bloggers to participate in Parade of Homes

Anyone who hasn't discovered or doesn't understand the reach of professional home and do-it-yourself bloggers has an incredible opportunity to do so at the Middle Tennessee Association of Homebuilders' 2014 Parade of Homes.

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Franklin sells most homes, Brentwood makes most profit
Franklin sells most homes, Brentwood makes most profit

Consistent with the September 2014 report from the Williamson County Association of Realtors, real estate statistics for the month of October show sale closures on single-family homes were most abundant in the city of Franklin, while the city of Brentwood maintains the highest average home price in the county.

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SHOWCASE HOME: Newly listed Laurelbrooke home ready for your family
SHOWCASE HOME: Newly listed Laurelbrooke home ready for your family

Just listed, this Laurelbrooke gem has a cottage feel but lives large with over 4,131 square feet of warm and inviting living space. Best of all, it's situated on a quiet cul-de-sac lot that backs to a wooded buffer giving a true feeling of privacy.

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SHOWCASE HOME: A daily gold medal winner
SHOWCASE HOME: A daily gold medal winner
You'll feel like you've won a gold medal every day after making this Governor's Club home at 10 Medalist Court your own.

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