- Happy reunion for latest I-65 baby, emergency personnel Happy reunion for latest I-65 baby, emergency personnel
- BHS hockey club helps make Will's 'Wish' come true BHS hockey club helps make Will's 'Wish' come true
- Bruins rout Kenwood, return to state tourney Bruins rout Kenwood, return to state tourney
- Brentwood honors American Red Cross Brentwood honors American Red Cross
An ordinance to rezone the remaining 77.89 acres of Marcella Vivrette Smith Park is atop the agenda for Monday night’s Brentwood City Commission meeting.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office will conduct several sobriety roadside safety checkpoints in the coming weeks.
Kenneth James Stopkotte, 48, was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury and charged with bank larceny, money laundering, access device fraud and aggravated identity theft. Stopkotte is suspected of stealing checks from local churches, including Brentwood Baptist, Harpeth Community Church and others.
Prom season is coming up, and United Way of Williamson County Youth Advisory Council (YAC) members from high schools all over Williamson County will model the latest spring and prom fashions this Saturday beginning at 1 p.m. at Belk in CoolSprings Galleria.
Guitar Center, the world’s largest retailer of musical instruments, will open a Brentwood location at 8105 Moores Lane in the Cool Springs area.
Even numbered district seats for the Williamson County Board of Education will be on the ballot in the Aug. 7 county general election. As of this week, most incumbents will face at least one contender.
Click to see pictures of Crockett Elementary School kindergarten students taking part in a Dr. Seuss parade.
Lauren Thompson has had quite a freshman season with the Belmont women’s basketball team, and it’s not over yet.
Did you enjoy your snow day Monday? Everybody I talked to mentioned they were in their jams in the middle of the day. Stores were closed, even banks were closed, or closed early. People actually seemed to listen to the advice to stay home.
Honestly I think everyone, with or without school-age children, was ready for a snow day.
One of the really cool things about having kids later in life (for me, a daughter at 37 and twin sons at 39) is how much you are forced to learn and do if you want to keep up with them physically and mentally. While many of my peers are talking about their grandchildren, I am still hanging with my kids at pre-game tailgates and being asked to join in a game of beer pong; challenged to walk a slack line hung between two trees; consulted regarding a paper for grad school; and generally expected to know what’s up in the 20-something’s world. And frankly, that’s pretty cool by me. (They are a lot more together than most folk give them credit for being.)