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High Hopes Development Center, an inclusive pre-school and pediatric therapy clinic, has added four new members to its board of directors as it observes its 30th year.
Tennessee Department of Transportation’s update for Williamson County for Thursday, July 31 through Wednesday, August 6.
District 12 County School Board candidate Susan Curlee asked Wednesday for clarification of a political position attributed to her last week in BrentWord Communications’ coverage of survey results released by the county Republican Party.
The Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department responded to 49 emergency calls between Saturday, July 12 through Thursday, July 17, 30 of which were EMS/rescue, according to Chief Brian Goss’s briefing Wednesday.
Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) is pleased to announce that the Rhythm & Spirit children’s dance, tumbling and cheer program will offer in-person registration for new fall sessions at the Franklin Recreation Complex, 1120 Hillsboro Rd. and the Longview Recreation Center at Spring Hill, 2909 Commonwealth Dr.
Summit High Principal Charles Farmer has been named Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Schools for the Williamson County School District.
A sprinter from Ravenwood competed in the 2014 USA Track & Field National Junior Olympic Championships in Humble, Texas from July 21-27.
See this season's scrimmage schedules for Brentwood High, Ravenwood, Brentwood Academy and Christ Presbyterian Academy.
By 8 or 9 tonight, my dream of a really good Italian restaurant, a great shoe store and a dress shop that doesn’t stop at size 10 in Brentwood will hopefully be a big step closer to reality.
Not sure about you, but my fingers are crossed for a fast and uneventful thumbs up. It’s time to put something on the former Murray Ohio and Tennessee Baptist Convention headquarters' sites, and I sure prefer a mixed-use plan with shopping, eating and fun as opposed to three or four more office buildings.
Unfortunately, I won’t be at the meeting to support the plan as I’ll be in Franklin at BrentWord Communications’ Williamson County School Board candidates’ debate.