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The first stage of public meetings in Brentwood’s 2020 Plan Update is completed, and the next step is to draft the first community-wide survey, expected to go out in late January.
Anyone in the market for a new home may want to consider sooner rather than later given the latest home sale statistics. “In November, Williamson County’s median home price was $399.718 — a 14.4 percent increase above what it was a year ago,” Marti Veto, executive vice president of the Williamson County Association of Realtors said.
One of three suspects in the Moores Lane armed robbery in October was expected to appear in Williamson County Circuit Court Monday, but the hearing was cancelled.
A jury trial has been set for September in the case against a Brentwood man charged with the murder of his wife in their Governors Club home.
Brentwood United Methodist Church will host the 2013 “Festival of Carols” on Sunday at 7 p.m. in the building’s sanctuary.
Dove Award-winning artist Rachael Lampa will headline the 5th annual Harvest Hands Benefit Concert on Saturday, Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. at The Cannery Ballroom in Nashville. Harvest Hands is a Community Development Corporation founded by Brentwood United Methodist Church.
Please read about this week's The Know You Project Students of the Week for Dec. 11.
Williamson County Schools has begun the textbook adoption process for social studies texts to be used beginning in the 2014-15 school year.
The Brentwood Academy Eagles earned a split with visiting Battle Ground Academy Tuesday. The girls claimed a 52-38 victory, while the boys dropped a back-and-forth 70-67 contest.
More than one person has asked me in person or sent an email regarding the new "blue tree" on the Turner Farm.
One friend said she thought something terrible had happened on the farm the first time she saw blue lights through the trees while driving north on Franklin Road.
“I thought half of the Brentwood Police Department was responding to something there until I got close enough to see it was a Christmas tree.”