- Home Pages undergoing changes on today's 5th birthday Home Pages undergoing changes on today's 5th birthday
- Friends of Franklin Park's 3rd 'roof-raisin' set Sept. 13 at Harlinsdale Farm Friends of Franklin Park's 3rd 'roof-raisin' set Sept. 13 at Harlinsdale Farm
A Brentwood man was killed on Labor Day when his car crashed on Interstate 40 at the Broadway exit near downtown Nashville.
The Williamson County Republican Party will host an open house from 4:30-7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 4, at its new headquarters at Suite C-11 at 1143 Columbia Ave. in Franklin.
Brentwood native Alan P. Campbell has been appointed to lead the U.S. Consular Agency in Seville, Spain.
The Franklin Police are seeking two women suspected of stealing credit cards from a mother's diaper bag at the Toys "R" Us location in Cool Springs on July 28. FPD says that the total loss is $2,000. The women are driving a black Chevrolet Cruze.
The Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department responded to 45 emergency calls for service between Saturday, Aug. 23 and Thursday, Aug. 28, Chief Brian Goss said in a briefing on Saturday, Aug. 30.
Upcoming city and other meetings scheduled this week are listed below. To submit a public meeting to be included in this weekly report, please email the information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include contact information and put "Upcoming" in the subject line.
Please read about this week's Brentwood Home Page Students of the Week for September 2.
Here is a complete schedule for the remainder of the Franklin Special School District 2014-2015 calendar:
WAKM has announced its weekly football show guests and game of the week to be carried over the air on 950-AM and audio live-streaming on the web at wakmworldwide.com or on your iPhone via TuneIn Radio.
The Sunset Middle School Sabers boys tennis team takes to the court at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday against Freedom Middle School in matches set at Centennial High.
Five years. Actually, five and a half if you back up the calendar to late winter, early spring of 2009 when Kelly Gilfillan and I hatched the idea of launching an online news site covering Brentwood.
In many ways those years have flown by and with a cursory glance around, it seems like little has changed in that time. I'm still 38, for instance.
But as I considered what to write today, on this fifth anniversary of the official launch of Brentwood Home Page, I started reflecting on how life has changed in our city. For a place that embraces the past, for good and bad, the transitions have been notable.