- 28th issue of Livability: Williamson County, TN released 28th issue of Livability: Williamson County, TN released
- Maid Right celebrates ribbon cutting ceremony Maid Right celebrates ribbon cutting ceremony
- Friends, neighbors plan benefit for Bobo family Friends, neighbors plan benefit for Bobo family
- Franklin wine referendum makes Nov. ballot Franklin wine referendum makes Nov. ballot
A quote was incorrectly attributed to city Historic Design Review Committee member Mel Thompson in a Tuesday, Aug. 19, Franklin Home Page story about that group's meeting the afternoon before.
Civil Site Design Group has hired two new engineers to its company and has promoted another to a new position, according to a news release.
Vanderbilt University will be starting a free study for children with autism to see if a certain medicine can help curb the trend of weight gain from taking anti-psychotic medication, according to a news release.
Nolensville/College Grove Water Utility District announced it has shut off service from the 12' inch water line representatives believe is responsible for two incidents of contaminated water served to east Brentwood homes.
Brentwood Fire & Rescue Department responded to 41 emergency calls for service between Aug. 11 and Aug. 16, according to a Chief Brian Goss's briefing on Aug. 18.
The Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department responded to 49 emergency calls for service between Aug. 5 and Aug. 10, 29 of which were medical or rescue calls, according to Chief Brian Goss's briefing on Aug. 12.
Lend Lease (US) Community Fund plans to hold its second annual 18 Fore Military Families golf tournament on Sept. 9 at The Governor's Club.
On Tuesday, Aug. 26, the Literacy Council of Williamson County will host an informational breakfast about the organization, the services it provides and its impact on the community.
Besides a new schedule arrangement and 500 new iPads, Head of School Will Kesler is also a new addition to Battle Ground Academy this school year.
The Brentwood Lady Bruins and the Ravenwood Lady Raptors enter this season as the top contenders for the Class AAA title.
The Brentwood High soccer team hosted Oakland Tuesday, while the Ravenwood volleyball team faced Siegel and the golf teams took on Dickson County.
Updated at 9 a.m. Wednesday
If only more battles could be waged and won before they begin, life would be a lot better. Such is the case with an upcoming battle right here in Brentwood that has nothing to do with the high school football season that kicks off this Friday or the Oct. 24th Battle of the Woods.
The American Red Cross earlier this week sent me an email publicizing three upcoming blood drives. The first is scheduled at Brentwood Baptist on the afternoon of Aug. 27. But it was the following two that got my attention.