- Fouls plague CPA in semifinal loss Fouls plague CPA in semifinal loss
- BHS grad tests 'zero g' surgeries with NASA BHS grad tests 'zero g' surgeries with NASA
- 1300 turn out for Y's Annual Giving Campaign event 1300 turn out for Y's Annual Giving Campaign event
- Towne Centre Theatre to perform 'It's Murder in the Wings' Towne Centre Theatre to perform 'It's Murder in the Wings'
At Thursday’s Williamson County Board of Education work session, a recommendation for next year’s open-zone schools rekindled a longstanding discussion on subdivisions split between the county school district and Franklin Special School District.
On Tuesday, March 18, citizens will have an opportunity to meet the Republican candidates in this year’s Williamson County election at the “Concerned Citizens of Brentwood” forum at the Brentwood public library.
To the dismay of local education leaders, the state House of Representatives approved a two-year delay on Common Core education standards and testing in an 82-11 vote on Thursday.
Click to read the weekly Tennessee Department of Transportation construction update for Williamson County for Thursday, March 13, through Wednesday, March 19.
Brentwood police say approximately 60 pairs of blue jeans were shoplifted from Boot Barn on Moores Lane Tuesday, March 11. The suspects are described as a black male and a black female, both tall and thin wearing dark clothing. The suspects left in a silver Nissan Murano.
Updated 3:47 p.m. Thursday
Brentwood Academy, Brentwood High School and Brentwood Middle School went on lockdown Thursday morning after police say a man evaded arrest from a Williamson County Sheriff's Office deputy earlier this morning. The suspect has been identified as Matthew Stoval, 21, of Franklin.
Author Keel Hunt will be the keynote speaker for the Brentwood Library Foundation’s 6th annual “An Evening at the Library” on Friday, April 11, at 6:30 p.m.
A big night of music on Thursday, March 27, at the Franklin Theatre will help the Nashville Chapter of the Joshua Chamberlain Society get one step closer to making a lifetime commitment to a local wounded veteran.
Last month, Ravenwood High School students participated in the 8th annual Middle Tennessee State University Linguistics Olympiad.
The Woodland Middle School Spring Book Fair will be held March 25-27 in the Woodland Middle School library. Shopping hours are 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Christ Presbyterian Academy sophomore Braxton Blackwell was announced as the 2014 Mr. Basketball Award winner for Class AA at MTSU's Murphy Center Saturday night.
Did you get your Brentwood 2020 survey last week? If you live within the city limits, you should have. And now it’s up to you to help city staff and elected leaders mold the city’s future. Yes you.
The survey isn’t something to take lightly or to put on “the stack” and forget about. If you live here, want your children to return here, want the city to be the best it can be in all ways, today and well into the future, the Brentwood 2020 survey is the very best way you can make your own personal vision for the city you call home known.
It was just a couple of weeks ago when I headed out for a short hike one sunny but still brisk afternoon. Probably not six paces from the end of my drive, across the street and lying in the brush less than three feet from the road, I spotted a shed. For those who spend little or no time in the woods, a shed is an antler, in this case of a whitetail deer, that has been dropped or shed (hence the name) in the late winter.