- Public may never know why Maidens did it Public may never know why Maidens did it
- Cyclist suing city over injuries Cyclist suing city over injuries
- Community honors Hancock's 36 years of public service Community honors Hancock's 36 years of public service
- Review date set for Franklin home invasion suspects Review date set for Franklin home invasion suspects
"There are no words or actions that can change the pain, void and sadness that our family has experienced from Mr. Maidens' violent killing of Rachael.
Lawyers for the family of 2013 murder victim Rachel Elizabeth Frisbie Maidens issued a strongly worded statement Tuesday night that deplored the 25-year prison sentence her killer husband got, but said they accept it in the best interest of the couple's young daughter.
A Thompson's Station nurse who operated a medical clinic in Columbia has pleaded guilty to using other doctor's names to write illegal prescriptions and illegally distributing prescription drugs.
A public meeting of 10 county commissioners held recently at La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant in Franklin has raised questions about whether the gathering violated open meeting laws.
A high-speed police chase that started in Brentwood Tuesday evening was called off when the suspect fled to a side road in south Nashville.
Columbia State Community College's Pryor Gallery will host works from artists at Gallery 202 through Tuesday, Oct. 14.
In light of a threatening graffiti message discovered at Brentwood High School two weeks ago, the Williamson County School District will take extra precautions for this Saturday's ACT testing at BHS.
Please read about this week's Brentwood Home Page Students of the Week for September 16.
The Brentwood and Franklin girls' soccer teams squared off Tuesday at BHS in a matchup of two district heavyweights.
The Ravenwood High School football team may have won a big game during its homecoming last Friday, but the following morning it provided the players with a bigger thrill.
Have you been in Costco recently? The Christmas decorations and gift wrap have arrived, so there's no doubt Halloween is still weeks away. But speaking of the Holiday season - the one with a capital H - if you love decorating, love entertaining, and have a beautiful home to boot - we need to talk.
I just got back from a couple of weeks of spiritual renewal, and as has been my custom for the last few years, I spent it in the highlands of Scotland hiking, biking and discovering places that lift my soul. I was really blessed to have Gabe, one of my sons, join me for the first week. It gave us some of that father/son time that I cherish, but get too little.