- City leaders to go over FY 2017 budget on Thursday City leaders to go over FY 2017 budget on Thursday
- The Big Payback campaign for nonprofit groups opens at midnight The Big Payback campaign for nonprofit groups opens at midnight
- Planning Commission to review plan for Taramore development Planning Commission to review plan for Taramore development
- See hilarious BHS video that won awards in Kentucky and at Vanderbilt this week See hilarious BHS video that won awards in Kentucky and at Vanderbilt this week
Knox, Williamson, and Hamilton counties occupy the top three spots in the concentration of higher-paying STEM jobs.
Air alerts are most common from April to October in Middle Tennessee.
The Brentwood Planning Commission will review a preliminary development plan that relocates a stream on the May property, but adds trees and vegetation.
After spending 90 days on the hill in Nashville, Williamson's delegation said collectively Friday they considered the 2016 session as a success.
Brentwood resident and lawyer Edward D. Lanquist, Jr. was honored for his work in defending intellectual property rights, such as copyright.
The Brentwood Library Business Alliance is hosting a networking breakfast on Tuesday, May 10.
This week's crime report is marked by several burglaries and thefts.
Sergeant Jim Colvin is an 11-year Brentwood Police Department member, working his way to become a Lieutenant in just a few weeks.
Terry Callendrillo, a former NYC paramedic and 9/11 survivor, will recount events of the tragic day.
Gallery and studios on Wilson Pike in Clovercroft area offer music, light snacks with art.
Columbia State Community College's Williamson Campus will begin to transition from the current location to its newly constructed campus on Liberty Pike in Franklin beginning May 9.
Whether Williamson high schoolers will take their end of course testing still remains in conversation with Department of Education and school system officials.
Brentwood Middle School will face the Woodland Warriors on Tuesday in the semi finals of the middle school city playoff.
This year's McGavock Dinner on the grounds of Carnton Plantation honored two of Franklin's battlefield advocates who helped secure prime pieces of land.