- Toy seller returns for 32nd Main Street Fest Toy seller returns for 32nd Main Street Fest
- Attention senior parents: Be part of the Class of 2015 Salute Attention senior parents: Be part of the Class of 2015 Salute
- Brentwood couple wins right to pick their child's last name Brentwood couple wins right to pick their child's last name
- Boys and Girls Club dinner encourages compassion and caring for kids Boys and Girls Club dinner encourages compassion and caring for kids
An additional 197 Brentwood residents on Friday cast ballots in the 2015 Board of Commissioners election as the early voting period continued into its second week.
Williamson County Schools administration on Monday will address a demand from the American Civil Liberties Union of Tennessee regarding an investigation into a meeting of Hillsboro School faculty.
An anonymous caller who asks leading questions about the May 5 Brentwood Board of Commissioners election has some residents confused over the survey's origin and intent.
Improvements to the intersections of both Sunset-Ragsdale roads and Granny White Pike-Murray Lane top the City Commission's agenda on Monday night.
A small number of thefts were reported for this week's crime analysis released by Brentwood Police Department Asst. Chief Tommy Walsh.
A Nashville bar owner was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Friday for the 2013 murder of country music singer Wayne Mills of Nolensville.
Award-winning county music artist Jimmy Wayne will be the special guest at the Brentwood Library's annual "An Evening at the Library" Friday, April 24.
"The car is the closest thing we will ever create to something that is alive."
On Wednesday, April 29, Williamson County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney will hold an informational session for parents of students with gifted or special needs.
Ravenwood earned three rewards with its 11-1 win over visiting Brentwood on Friday night.
Lauri Kavulich from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, sat on the concrete curb on the corner of Fourth Avenue and Church, waiting for the Franklin Transit trolley to take her back to car after a day at Main Street Festival.
Under gray skies and misty evening, around 50 attendees arrived at the Carnton Mansion Friday night for the annual McGavock Dinner.
Many of you will remember from my first column that the origin of the name The Lighter Side is my mom's column of the same name when I was a child.