- WCS facilities director reports progress on College Grove addition, Nolensville schools WCS facilities director reports progress on College Grove addition, Nolensville schools
- BPD takes over I-65 wrong-way driver probe BPD takes over I-65 wrong-way driver probe
- Dunkin' Donuts to open its first Brentwood location Dunkin' Donuts to open its first Brentwood location
- Hillsboro audio creates tangled web for WCS board, staff Hillsboro audio creates tangled web for WCS board, staff
A teenager was arrested Friday morning for having a weapon on the campus of Centennial High School in Franklin.
A total of 569 Brentwood residents have cast ballots in the 2015 Board of Commissioners election as the early voting period entered its third day.
Centennial High School students have returned to class after a threat caused the building to be evacuated Friday morning, district officials said.
A recent property transfer indicates a new hotel could be coming to Mallory Park in south Brentwood at the site of a now-vacant lot.
The Bruster's Real Ice Cream truck commonly found near the Nolensville town center district has reportedly been stolen over night.
A number of thefts top this week's crime report released on Thursday by BPD Asst. Chief Tommy Walsh.
The City of Brentwood has designated April as Brentwood Beautification month and encourages neighborhoods to pick up trash in yards, streets, entryways and public areas.
Changes to the public comment procedure at Williamson County School Board meetings will be implemented on a trial basis, Chairman P.J. Mezera told the board at Thursday's work session.
The Ravenwood Raptors (14-4, 10-2 District 11-AAA) scored six runs in the sixth inning to earn a series-clinching 7-2 win over District 11-AAA foe Independence (8-16, 6-12) Friday night.
The City of Franklin celebrated its 10th consecutive year as a designated Tree City USA community on Saturday at its annual Arbor Day observance in Pinkerton Park.
Some tickets remain for this Thursday's 26th annual Steak & Burger benefit dinner for the Fairview and Franklin-Williamson County Boys and Girls Club, which will feature motivational speaker "Papa" Joe Bradford, two youth of the year, and presentation of the Ed Moody Award.