- Police arrest Papa John's homicide suspect in Columbia Police arrest Papa John's homicide suspect in Columbia
- Franklin man dies after boating accident on Cumberland Franklin man dies after boating accident on Cumberland
- Puppies and prisoners, an unconventional team Puppies and prisoners, an unconventional team
- Volume goes up during Series time at McNamara's home Volume goes up during Series time at McNamara's home
City commissioners will hold the final vote Monday on an ordinance amending the city's municipal code regarding development plans and vested property rights.
Dennis Edward Miller of Franklin, retired chief executive officer of Williamson Medical Center, died Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014. He was 62.
Home décor retailer Kirkland's has completed its corporate headquarters relocation to Brentwood's Maryland Farms, a media release announced Wednesday.
Two stolen vehicles are most notable in this week's crime report released Thursday by Assist. Police Chief Tommy Walsh.
Brentwood Fire & Rescue responded to 52 emergency calls for service between Oct. 10 through Oct. 15, Chief Brian Goss said in a briefing Monday.
The Brentwood Library will begin a six-week "Living Well with Chronic Conditions" program starting Friday, Oct. 24 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Please read about this week's Brentwood Home Page Students of the Week for Oct. 21.
In an effort to battle a bus driver shortage, Williamson County Schools has adopted an hourly pay increase and other incentives to retain and recruit drivers, effective immediately.
Jason Huck gives you the fantasy players you must start or sit for Week 8 of the NFL season.
The Brentwood Lady Bruins and Ravenwood Lady Raptors volleyball teams barely squeaked by in their second matches of the Class AAA state tournament at Siegel High School Wednesday.
I love our mayor. Betsy Crossley isn't afraid to jump into the fire. And on Monday, she did exactly that when the Brentwood Fire & Rescue Department held a training burn three houses down in my neighborhood.
It was the third weekend in October, 1996. Neyland Stadium had been unusually quiet for nearly two quarters as Volunteer fans watched Alabama score points. Tennessee had not scored. And then, in the shadows of the Vols own goal post, Peyton Manning fumbled the ball as he was sacked.