- Husband of meningitis victim will continue lawsuit despite settlement Husband of meningitis victim will continue lawsuit despite settlement
- Annual flag program raises funds for high school bands Annual flag program raises funds for high school bands
- Maine SAR teams plan June search for missing Brentwood hiker Maine SAR teams plan June search for missing Brentwood hiker
- Three charged in human sex trafficking investigation at Brentwood hotel Three charged in human sex trafficking investigation at Brentwood hotel
Williamson County School officials have issued an alert warning of a woman misrepresenting herself to businesses in the Spring Hill area.
Franklin's Charge co-founder Julian Bibb says he will anxiously wait to hear about a potential contract negotiation that would allow the organization more time to purchase the Lovell property as his group's Sunday, May 31 deadline nears.
Taziki's Mediterranean Café has applied for an on-premises beer permit in anticipation of its grand opening at Brentwood's newest development, CityPark on Executive Center Drive.
Brentwood commissioners will hold a special late June meeting to discuss creation of a zoning district to address the growing need for senior housing options.
Brentwood Fire & Rescue is responding to a single vehicle personal injury accident at Westpark Drive and Cadillac Drive in Maryland Farms.
The city of Brentwood will vote on Tuesday whether to enter to an automatic mutual aid agreement with the Franklin Fire Department to identify areas along the two cities' borders where response times can be improved.
A rainy Memorial Day certainly changed many people's plans, but it could not ruin all of them.
Sunset Middle School counselor Jill Lloyd-Crucini was selected as the Middle School Counselor of the Year for Middle Tennessee by the Middle Tennessee Counseling Association (MTCA).
A handful of area high school teams and athletes came away with state titles at the TSSAA Spring Fling in Murfreesboro last week.
Hundreds of runners ran across the starting line in the middle of downtown Franklin for the second Snowball Express 5K race Saturday morning at 7:30 a.m.
We made it -- we survived another school year, and summer stretches before us with endless possibility, promising relaxation and adventure.