- Want to know real-time WillCo athletic scores? There's an app for that. Want to know real-time WillCo athletic scores? There's an app for that.
- UT population study predicts half a million residents in Williamson by 2053 UT population study predicts half a million residents in Williamson by 2053
- Flagpole Park complex moves forward after years of planning and push-back Flagpole Park complex moves forward after years of planning and push-back
- Aspiring robotics teachers converge on Brentwood Academy Aspiring robotics teachers converge on Brentwood Academy
The Brentwood Board of Commissioners will discuss land use options for senior housing at a special work session Thursday at 6 p.m.
Two Medal of Honor recipients will speak at the 3rd Annual Joshua Chamberlain Society Gala on Oct. 9 at Richland Country Club.
Franklin 4 The Cure, an all-day festival that raises money for cancer research, returns to Westhaven on Sept. 12.
Union workers at AT&T's network reliability center in Brentwood are working without a contract as the company continues to negotiate with the Communications Workers of America.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office has joined other local departments along with the Tennessee Governor's Highway Safety Office to step up DUI enforcement from now through Sept. 7
The Brentwood City Commission approved a resolution Monday night to authorize a design contract with Sullivan Engineering, Inc. for the realignment of two of the city's most dangerous roads.
The Governor's Club will host many events during the month of September in support of military veterans.
Please read about this week's Brentwood Home Page Students of the Week for Aug. 26.
Parent organization leaders from around the county gathered Aug. 19 in Franklin to meet with Williamson County School Superintendent Mike Looney, learn about district operations and to meet with elected officials.
The BA, Brentwood, CPA and Ravenwood girls soccer teams were in action Tuesday, while Brentwood's golf team took on Ravenwood. The BHS and RHS volleyball teams also had matches.
The Daughters of the King partnered with the Franklin Police Department to host a neighborhood cookout and back-to-school extravaganza Saturday. It was the second year for the event but the first time Daughters invited the police.
Rippavilla Plantation is sponsoring a Step-by-Step Paint-Along painting class of "Jar of Sunflowers" from 6 to 9 p.m. Aug. 27 at the Excel Studio located at the back of the property at 5700 Main St. in Spring Hill.
Knowing what a highly intelligent, brainiac-type person I am, this may surprise ya'll, but for a time when I was growing up, my parents were total idiots. It was a miracle that they could even get themselves out of bed and put on clothes every morning, they were so stupid.