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- Public to get final say on tax rate and on emergency communications spending Public to get final say on tax rate and on emergency communications spending
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This is the last opportunity for public comment on the CIP, with a resolution to adopt it following the public hearing on the City Commission's new business agenda.
The Environmental Advisory Board works with the community to do service projects, engage people to help the environment and give awards for those who work to protect and conserve the city's natural resources.
On June 13, Tennessee became the second state to offer Achieving a Better Life Experience accounts to allow people with disabilities to save money like never before.
The Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance (TDCI) recently announced disciplinary action taken against former Tennessee licensed insurance producer Randall Todd Gregory.
At least 10 employers with more than 600 jobs available will participate in a job fair in the Brentwood area on Tuesday, June 28.
Harpeth Square developer Rod Heller says "big news"is coming within the next few weeks on the $86 million project.
There were six reports of theft from motor vehicles in this week's crime report, along with three reports of vandalism.
The Williamson County Law Enforcement/Public Safety Committee took a swing at funding a new juvenile court facility Thursday evening.
Hundreds of cyclists participated Saturday in the Harpeth River Ride, beginning from the Nissan North America headquarters on Carothers Parkway.
Classes will be offered at all elementary schools in Williamson County based on teacher availability, interest and minimum enrollment for each school.
Last year's supply drive served more than 2,000 students county-wide. The public is encouraged to get involved by purchasing and donating school supplies.
Registration ends Aug. 5, season runs August through October.
Recent Brentwood Academy graduate George Patrick was announced as the 2015-16 Gatorade Tennessee Boys Track & Field Athlete of the Year Friday.
Between paintings and pocket watches, Nashville Public Television's appraisal vendors evaluated a myriad of pieces, passed down from great-grandparents or finds in the attics.
With Harry Potter's birthday approaching, the Cool Springs Barnes & Noble is planning a countdown to midnight party on July 30.
Two weeks ago I had another of those "Remember-where-you-were-when-(insert event)-happened?" moments. This time it was the tragic mass murder in Orlando.