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It is impossible to miss the Tennessee Highway Fatality count when driving on Interstate 65. The sign serves as a stark reminder of the dangers on the road.
The confirmation hearing for an investment group that once purported to redevelop Brentwood’s Town Center has been rescheduled for a third time.
Brentwood Fire and Rescue responded to 47 emergency calls between Monday, Dec. 2 and Saturday, Dec. 7, 23 of which were emergency rescue calls, according to Chief Brian Goss’s briefing on Tuesday, Dec. 9.
As Christmas lights adorn many houses and businesses throughout Brentwood, the city is encouraging neighborhoods to line their streets for the annual luminary display this Saturday.
Brentwood United Methodist Church will host the 2013 “Festival of Carols” on Sunday at 7 p.m. in the building’s sanctuary.
Community members are invited to donate toward Grassland Elementary School student council’s kids care service project.
Currey Ingram Academy hired Dr. Jeffrey L. Mitchell as its new head of school, effective July 1, 2014, according to President of the Board of Trust Miller Hogan.
After falling behind 12-0 to start the game, the Ravenwood Raptors went on a 19-2 run and beat the Independence Eagles 48-40 in a District 11-AAA matchup in Thompson’s Station Thursday night.
The All-District 11-AAA team has been released. Highlighting the group is Ravenwood head coach Will Hester, who was named the 2013 District 11-AAA Coach of the Year.
After years of living in the North Pole, Santa Claus wasn’t about to let a little cold weather keep him from his favorite warm-up to the big day – his preseason visit to the Brentwood Library.
Unfortunately, it did keep some parents and thus their kids, at home -- but not all. I checked in with Santa earlier this week to ask him if he heard anything he could share about the top wishes of the good girls and boys he visited with this year.
In today’s culture, there are many who believe the story of Christmas begins with the birth of Jesus, but faithful readers of the biblical text will be quick to remember a preceding story that is critically linked to the birth of Jesus. It is the story of the birth of the one called John, later known as John the Baptist, who would, if you will, introduce Jesus to the world through baptism and word. It is in the announcement of John the Baptist's birth that I find a stone of truth worth throwing into the deep waters to gauge its impact.