- Little Harpeth River cleanup postponed to Jan. 31 Little Harpeth River cleanup postponed to Jan. 31
- Commissioners may ban residential segments in Town Center Commissioners may ban residential segments in Town Center
- MPO boss sees variety of solutions to regional growth pains MPO boss sees variety of solutions to regional growth pains
- H.G. Hill to break ground on huge new Hill Center H.G. Hill to break ground on huge new Hill Center
A locally owned $ 1 billion mortgage lender will open new offices in Brentwood at the end of the month.
Retired Brentwood police officer and longtime Williamson County resident Raymond (Ray) Lester Barrett Jr. died at his home on Thursday, Jan. 22.
A former WCS parent has sharply reduced the scope of her request for about 250,000 Williamson County School District emails between staff, the media and others since the beginning of the school year.
Eight potential candidates have picked up petitions for four seats on the Brentwood City Commission in the May 5 municipal election.
A number of thefts top this week's crime report released by Asst. Police Chief Tommy Walsh on Thursday.
Goodwill Career Solutions Center will host two job fairs Jan. 27 and 28 for various employers, according to a news release.
The Tennessee State Library and Archives has opened a new, free exhibit focusing on Tennessee during the War of 1812.
A Franklin couple who founded a network of substance-abuse treatment clinics has established a $600,000 scholarship to fund tuition at MTSU for students from a high school in the Bahamas.
Click Read More to find out who was chosen for Athletes of the Week.
Kevin Griffin has an enviable and rare position in the music world -- Griffin's band, Better Than Ezra, has sustained an active cult following since the New Orleans-based group released its first record Surprise in 1990.
The second televised season of Music City Roots: Live from The Loveless Cafe, will premiere at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 13 on WPLN-TV-Channel 8, a spokesman said.
One of the reasons I stepped away from my ownership role with Brentwood Home Page last year was to be more politically active and engaged in Brentwood's future as a citizen, not as an official member of the press covering the Brentwood City Commission's actions.