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The source of Legionnaires Disease bacteria is still unknown after county worker's Sept. 20 diagnosis.
Brentwood Fire and Rescue crews that were deployed to South Carolina this week for Hurricane Joaquin relief will come home tomorrow.
A Williamson County Parks and Recreation excursion to Middle Tennessee Paintball in Spring Hill, is Monday, Oct. 19, during the public schools' Fall Break.
VIDEO: A time lapse showing construction on Concord Road in Brentwood.
Officers from the Brentwood Police Department and the Williamson County Sheriff's Office are among more than 80 newly certified officers who will graduate at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 9 from the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy.
The Nolensville Fire Department is hosting an open house on Friday, Oct. 18 from 2 to 5 p.m.
Two United States Army Medal of Honor recipients spoke to students at Brentwood High School on Friday morning about their service in the military.
Millers Thrillers will feature a limited-run attraction this weekend, The Pirates of the Colombian Caribbean, a world-renowned, aerial high-wire thrill show.
With temperatures in the upper 80s, Middle Tennessee State University sophomore chemistry major Xyan Aguilar of Brentwood kept a long line of students content as he made strawberry ice cream using liquid nitrogen.
School board member Susan Curlee, expanding on statements she made to the State Textbook Commission, suggested on her Facebook page that content regarding Islam should be suspended from middle school tests pending a state review of social studies learning standards.
It was a close contest through the first set of the District 11-AAA final, but the Brentwood Lady Bruins (45-3) eventually won in a sweep against the Franklin Lady Rebels (20-8).
The Cumberland Valley Quilters Association will showcase Civil War reproduction quilts and authentic ones at the Historic Franklin Quilt Show Nov. 6 and 7.
Spooks and Coupes, a community Halloween event, is set for Saturday, Oct. 17, at the Franklin Recreation Complex, 1120 Hillsboro Road.
I can recognize stylish and attractive clothing when I see it on other people, but I am hopeless when it comes to dressing myself.