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CBS Sunday Morning to air Franklin segment Sunday, Nov. 30 CBS Sunday Morning to air Franklin segment Sunday, Nov. 30

CBS-News Sunday Morning reporter Martha Teichner will air her report featuring Franklin battlefield preservation efforts at 8 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 30, she told Home Page Media Group Friday.

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  • CBS Sunday Morning to air Franklin segment Sunday, Nov. 30 CBS Sunday Morning to air Franklin segment Sunday, Nov. 30

    CBS-News Sunday Morning reporter Martha Teichner will air her report featuring Franklin battlefield preservation efforts at 8 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 30, she told Home Page Media Group Friday.

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  • Black Friday shoppers flock to CoolSprings Galleria Black Friday shoppers flock to CoolSprings Galleria

    Thousands of holiday shoppers hit the CoolSprings Galleria mall for Black Friday sales despite the long lines and traffic.

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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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TDOT Traffic Update: Nov. 27 - Dec. 3
TDOT Traffic Update: Nov. 27 - Dec. 3

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

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HRWA-City of Franklin differ on state's report on water removal
HRWA-City of Franklin differ on state's report on water removal
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The Harpeth River Watershed Association and Franklin aldermen remain at odds over a state Division of Water Resources letter which appears to absolve the city of HRWA's claims about how local drinking water is collected and produced.

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Farris Duke, smiling longtime Kroger clerk, dead at 92
Farris Duke, smiling longtime Kroger clerk, dead at 92

Nathan Farris Duke, known by thousands of Williamson County residents for his many years as a courtesy clerk at the Independence Square Kroger in Franklin, died Wed., Nov. 26, 2014. He was 92.

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Crew begins demolishing strip center for use in Carter Hill Park
Crew begins demolishing strip center for use in Carter Hill Park

Another step in the efforts of Battle of Franklin preservationists to reclaim more property in the Carter Hill Park area of Columbia Avenue was taken early Wednesday when construction crews began to raze a strip shopping center there.

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

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

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BPD presented with accreditation award
BPD presented with accreditation award

The Brentwood Police Department has been recognized by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies with the highest award offered by the organization.

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Small business advocate urges buyers to shop small Saturday

As shoppers prepare for an exciting weekend, Tennessee's Small Business Advocate Richard Wilson encourages customers to join the 'shop small' movement, according to a news release from the Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury.

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Children's hospital offers toy safety tips for the holiday shopping season

As parents and others prepare for Black Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year, a safety expert at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt offers tips to avoid this year's most dangerous toys, according to a news release from the hospital.

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County School board discusses teacher leave
County School board discusses teacher leave

During a recent work session, the Williamson County Board of Education discussed ways to fully understand why some educators leave the school system.

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WCS shares comprehensive student programming report

Williamson County Schools has recently compiled a report breaking down student programming, improvement areas, and district achievement over the past and current school years.

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Basketball Roundup: Blackwell drops 30 in CPA victory; RHS, CPA, FRA girls earn wins

The CPA, FRA and Ravenwood boys' and girls' basketball teams competed Tuesday.

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WRESTLING OUTLOOK: BA, BHS, RHS return valuable experience
WRESTLING OUTLOOK: BA, BHS, RHS return valuable experience

Brentwood High, Ravenwood and Brentwood Academy have several wrestlers returning that had state tournament runs a season ago.

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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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BOB McKINNEY: What I Know
BOB McKINNEY: What I Know

This week I have asked BHP to rerun the column I wrote three years ago in which I described the first Thanksgiving after my wife and I married. That particular Thanksgiving still stands out as one of our most memorable.

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Williamson County residents open up homes for the holidays
Williamson County residents open up homes for the holidays

Home tours, open houses, charity show homes and other opportunities to unleash your inner voyeur are popular any time of year. But the holiday season ups the ante even more, especially in Williamson County.

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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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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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