- Committee sends Durham investigation to attorney general Committee sends Durham investigation to attorney general
- County Commission approves funding for two middle school auditoriums County Commission approves funding for two middle school auditoriums
- Computer glitches push TNReady tests back to pencil and paper Computer glitches push TNReady tests back to pencil and paper
- A-Game nonprofits mulling over latest proposal from ownership A-Game nonprofits mulling over latest proposal from ownership
A voucher bill was delayed at the Tennessee House of Representatives meeting on Monday night, with a rescheduled reading happening on Thursday.
Tennessee Representatives Glen Casada, Jeremy Durham and Charles Sargent are scheduled as the guests at Williamson, Inc.'s Feb. 16 membership luncheon.
The Williamson County Democratic Party will host its County Delegate Convention on Saturday, March 5, at Kimbro's Pickin' Parlor.
On Monday night, the City Commission will vote on a project for fiber optic network expansion from the Safety Center East to Wilson Pike and Split Log Road.
Brentwood's Fire and Rescue Department responded to 57 emergency calls between Jan. 27 and Feb. 1, with four of those being for reported fires.
Some appliances and light fixtures were stolen from a residence under construction, marking the third theft from a construction site in Brentwood in recent weeks.
The Brentwood Library is hosting a Community Spelling Bee on Monday, Feb. 15 at 4:15 p.m.
The Brentwood Library is hosting an information session to talk about differences between skilled care, assisted living and independent living.
Tennessee Commissioner of Education Candice McQueen sent an email to directors of schools across the state this morning urging them to not continue TNReady testing.
Gary Anderson sent an email the school board on Friday night announcing the decision to not include a policy change concerning terrorist-sponsored supplementary materials.
Greg Shirley has been saying Brentwood is better than its record indicates all season, and his team proved that Monday against one-loss Independence.
Brentwood's girls basketball team outscored Independence 20-8 in the fourth quarter to secure a 37-34 victory Monday.
A Brentwood resident's latest book has been reviewed in the Wall Street Journal and mentioned in TIME Magazine, and another of her books is being turned into a film.