- City's fiber optic network, traffic communication could be improved City's fiber optic network, traffic communication could be improved
- A-Game owners create proposal to keep facility open through March's end A-Game owners create proposal to keep facility open through March's end
- 103-year-old Morning Pointe resident casts primary vote 103-year-old Morning Pointe resident casts primary vote
- City preparing for wine in grocery stores with amendment on Monday City preparing for wine in grocery stores with amendment on Monday
Salt trucks and schools are on standby, but snow in the forecast is causing little anxiety in Williamson County.
Tennessee Representatives Glen Casada, Jeremy Durham and Charles Sargent are scheduled as the guests at Williamson, Inc.'s Feb. 16 membership luncheon.
The Williamson County Democratic Party will host its County Delegate Convention on Saturday, March 5, at Kimbro's Pickin' Parlor.
After finding locked doors and a police barricade at A-Game, representatives of sports groups bumped from the facility have filed a new motion in court.
Brentwood's Fire and Rescue Department responded to 57 emergency calls between Jan. 27 and Feb. 1, with four of those being for reported fires.
Some appliances and light fixtures were stolen from a residence under construction, marking the third theft from a construction site in Brentwood in recent weeks.
The Brentwood Library is hosting a Community Spelling Bee on Monday, Feb. 15 at 4:15 p.m.
The Brentwood Library is hosting an information session to talk about differences between skilled care, assisted living and independent living.
Gary Anderson sent an email the school board on Friday night announcing the decision to not include a policy change concerning terrorist-sponsored supplementary materials.
The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program recently named Columbia State Community College as one of the nation's top 150 community colleges.
CPA's boys and girls basketball teams took down Ensworth Saturday, while Ravenwood split its matchups with Page and BA defeated Lighthouse Christian.
A Brentwood resident's latest book has been reviewed in the Wall Street Journal and mentioned in TIME Magazine, and another of her books is being turned into a film.