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12-year-old Nolensville resident Gabriel Ribeiro took home 1st place in his division in Orange Belt at the 2020 Pan American International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation Championship on Feb. 9, a title that Ribeiro said is just one accomplishment in a life that he has already dedicated to th…

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Senior living expert Brad Breeding will lead a Feb. 25 seminar hosted by The Heritage at Brentwood to help individuals and couples answer the financial, healthcare and lifestyle questions that will help them make sense of their retirement living options.

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More than 200 people gathered at Brentwood United Methodist Church on Saturday for the church’s Faith Forum: Conversations on Race, which aimed to have serious conversations on the role of faith in tackling racism in both the Middle Tennessee and the county as a whole.

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The water quality in Williamson County is just fine, despite the number of times people from other parts of Tennessee ask me: “What’s in the water there?”

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On Sunday residents throughout Middle Tennessee looked out their windows and stepped out of their houses to gaze up at a strange yellow orb in the sky. Some people called it “the sun.” It was surrounded by an unfamiliar color. A few Tennessee natives recognized it and said it was “blue.” 

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This will be the last column on this subject, unless the unlikely (and miraculous) happens and President Trump is removed from office. In that case, I’ll be eating crow as never before, and I’ll have an obligation to revisit this topic expansively

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Unless you’ve been living under a pile of cashews you’ve likely heard the news that Mr. Peanut is no longer with us. Sacrificing himself to save his companions, Mr. Peanut fell to his death in this commercial that was going to be aired prior to kick-off during the Super Bowl pregame show.

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Coming off two World Series appearances in the past three seasons, including the championship in 2017, the Houston Astros are being severely disciplined for stealing their opponents’ pitching signals. The purpose and benefit of intercepting and rightly interpreting the signals between an opp…