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Williamson County Judge Al Nations on Thursday lowered Brentwood murder suspect Randolph Maidens’ bond to $750,000. If Maidens, 42, is able to post bail, it would be with multiple restrictions and the order not to contact his daughter, Natalie, or the family of his deceased wife.
The Williamson County Department of Veteran Affairs is hosting their annual Memorial Day service on Monday, May 27 to honor the lives of those who served this country in the armed forces.
Some people play golf after work, some people play cards. Franklin resident David Drobny, as he puts it, “does his weather.”
Two thefts from motor vehicles highlight a light crime report. The weekly report was released Thursday by Brentwood Assistant Chief of Police Tommy Walsh.
In the past two months the Brentwood Police Department has encountered incidents where they’ve made use of the Reverse 911 call, but not all Brentwood residents received the alert.
Video footage and pictures of the devastation left behind by a mile-wide tornado that hit Oklahoma on Monday has left many brokenhearted and asking how they can help.
Four high-school seniors were awarded $1,000 scholarships during the Brentwood Morning Rotary Club’s May 15 meeting at City Café.
At Tuesday’s Williamson County Association of Realtors’ meeting – which was all about the county’s future growth -- Dr. Mike Looney mentioned the “R” word while addressing those attending. We're not talking Realtor with a capital R here.
If you don’t know what the R word is, you must not have children. Brentwood school-age children.
Asked how Williamson County Schools plans to keep up with the county’s continued rise in population, the never-shy superintendent turned to County Mayor Rogers Anderson and said, “Mayor?”
Over the last few days I have had more than one occasion to chew on what it takes for a group of people to be an effective team whether in the workplace, in a sports venue or in a family. By effective, I mean a team that is focused, high preforming and healthy, therefor satisfying for each member of that team. I have, from my own experience and studies, both biblical and secular, boiled it down to three key words, the “trinity of team,” if you will from a preacher.