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Video footage and pictures of the devastation left behind by a mile-wide tornado that hit Oklahoma on Monday has left many brokenhearted and asking how they can help.
The City of Brentwood officially filed for an appeal to the Tennessee Supreme Court on May 17 continuing their lawsuit with the Williamson County Election Commission over the use of the Brentwood Library in early voting.
In the past two months the Brentwood Police Department has encountered incidents where they’ve made use of the Reverse 911 call, but not all Brentwood residents received the alert.
Several GPS units were stolen in a series of break-ins in this week's crime report. The weekly report was released Thursday by Brentwood Assistant Chief of Police Tommy Walsh.
Ravenwood's senior class not only got to the TSSAA BlueCross Spring Fling state soccer tournament for the first time but they made it three trips in a row.
There was breaking news in Brentwood Thursday but it had nothing to do with the very sad story coming out of the Crockett Hills neighborhood.
Here’s the scoop: Tommy Campsey is retiring.
If you don’t know who Tommy Campsey is, you haven’t lived in Brentwood long. The Brentwood Police captain has been on the beat for 36 years. He ran for Williamson County Sheriff a few years ago and has been involved as an investigator in almost every major crime committed in the city since Brentwood became a city.
Developmental Stages of Access to Social Media Grades 5-6 Part II
This column continues the series on setting limits on social media and the Internet at different ages. This is the second part of a discussion on the expectations for kids in grades 5 and 6. The focus of this column will be recommendations for cell phones, video games and social media accounts.