- StoryCorps returns to Brentwood for second consecutive year StoryCorps returns to Brentwood for second consecutive year
- Review date set for Franklin home invasion suspects Review date set for Franklin home invasion suspects
- Nissan lawyers start Harpeth River cleanup Nissan lawyers start Harpeth River cleanup
- Slideshow: Ravenwood Homecoming Court Slideshow: Ravenwood Homecoming Court
A Thompson's Station nurse who operated a medical clinic in Columbia has pleaded guilty to using other doctor's names to write illegal prescriptions and illegally distributing prescription drugs.
A public meeting of 10 county commissioners held recently at La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant in Franklin has raised questions about whether the gathering violated open meeting laws.
Due to overcrowding, Williamson County Animal Control and Adoption in Franklin is waiving the adoption fee for all cats and kittens.
A Columbia woman charged with DUI is free on bond following a Sunday morning crash that injured her and three other people, Franklin police said Monday, Sept. 15.
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children cyber tips that linked a Franklin man and pornographic images of young girls have led to his six-year prison sentence. His arrest was the first for Eric E. Peterson, a married father of three, but police had searched his home several years ago after receiving tips that he had downloaded child porn, court records show.
Check out the upcoming roundup for the Williamson County Public Library.
A variety of classes are being offered at Brentwood's Indoor Sports Complex, courtesy of the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department.
Please read about this week's Brentwood Home Page Students of the Week for September 16.
During the first official meeting of the school year, the Williamson County Board of Education elected board members Mark Gregory and P.J. Mezera as its chairman and vice-chairman, respectively.
The Ravenwood High School football team may have won a big game during its homecoming last Friday, but the following morning it provided the players with a bigger thrill.
The Brentwood High and Ravenwood volleyball teams went to battle Tuesday night, and the Brentwood Academy soccer team hit the pitch against Harpeth Hall.