- THP exhibit at state museum connects with Williamson County THP exhibit at state museum connects with Williamson County
- Pioneer Brentwood Boy Scout leader 'Chad' Drumwright dead at 92 Pioneer Brentwood Boy Scout leader 'Chad' Drumwright dead at 92
- Planning Commissioner again pulls WCS request for portables Planning Commissioner again pulls WCS request for portables
- 'Whole Foods of fast food' coming to Brentwood 'Whole Foods of fast food' coming to Brentwood
Williamson County Commissioner Travis Hawkins will resign his District 10 seat after the governing body's Monday, July 13, meeting, he confirmed to Home Pages.
A home-staging expert will host a certification course in Brentwood this September for professionals as well as beginners who want to start their realty career.
With the Supreme Court decision that upheld the Affordable Care Act as a backdrop, President Obama on Wednesday reminded a Nashville audience of the strides already made to provide Americans with healthcare and the work that remains to be done.
The Rotary Club will meet on July 10 and July 17 with visits from guest speakers Mike Keith and Bill Jones.
The Tennessee State Fire Marshal has urged residents to attend professional displays and abide by new state laws regarding fireworks.
A residential burglary on Mint Springs Circle tops this week's crime report released by Asst. Brentwood police chief Tommy Walsh on Tuesday.
Pop star Justin Timberlake has become one of Williamson County's newest property owners after he bought a large estate near Leiper's Fork.
Williamson countians and others will join millions of other Americans who on Friday will begin to celebrate the Fourth of July with observances from Brentwood to Spring Hill and Fairview to Nolensville.
A Battle Ground Academy graduate has been awarded a prestigious scholarship from the University of South Carolina.
A Brentwood High School rising senior's painting was selected by Congressman Marsha Blackburn as the winner of the 2015 Congressional Art Competition in Washington D.C.
Eight area baseball players were recently named all-state by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association.
Four musicians have begun to walk more than 1,600 miles across 15 states and play 50 shows, all the while wearing Brentwood-based Swiftwick socks.
The cities of Brentwood, Nolensville and Franklin announced the July 4 fireworks displays were postponed Saturday night because of the weather.