- Court dates set for women accused of TennCare Fraud Court dates set for women accused of TennCare Fraud
- WMC introduces robotic arm for hip, knee surgeries WMC introduces robotic arm for hip, knee surgeries
- Local $1 billion mortgage lender opens Brentwood offices Local $1 billion mortgage lender opens Brentwood offices
- Brentwood man bound for biathlon competition in Canada Brentwood man bound for biathlon competition in Canada
Brentwood City Commissioners and staff will meet Thursday, Jan. 29 at 4 p.m. in the Municipal Center to discuss the proposed 2016 fiscal year budget.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation traffic update for the period of Jan. 29 to Feb. 4
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee is currently exploring the creation of a Williamson County-specific board of directors to oversee the county's grant-giving campaign.
A traffic stop conducted Wednesday by Mt. Juliet police located a woman wanted in Williamson County for probation violation and gave her an additional drug charge.
Brentwood Fire & Rescue responded to 44 emergency calls for service for the period of Jan. 14-19, according to Chief Brian Goss's briefing on Monday.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation will offer a regular schedule piano and voice lessons in March at the Franklin Recreation Complex and the Indoor Sports Center and at the County Recreation Complex, according to a press release.
A bill proposed by a Williamson County state legislator could place regulations on political activity in Williamson County schools and other Tennessee school districts.
Need money for college? The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee is accepting scholarship applications open to the general public until March 15.
Sunday's Super Bowl matchup between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks doesn't just mark the end of the NFL season, but it also signifies the beginning of a long and boring offseason.
Centennial and Ravenwood battled in a District 11-AAA basketball game Tuesday at CHS.
Kevin Griffin has an enviable and rare position in the music world -- Griffin's band, Better Than Ezra, has sustained an active cult following since the New Orleans-based group released its first record Surprise in 1990.
The second televised season of Music City Roots: Live from The Loveless Cafe, will premiere at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 13 on WPLN-TV-Channel 8, a spokesman said.
Rod Freeman has a lot planned in the coming year. But what's not on his agenda is seeking a second term on the Brentwood City Commission.