- City Commission approves Hill Center Brentwood rezoning City Commission approves Hill Center Brentwood rezoning
- Tractor Supply Co. of Brentwood receives top honor Tractor Supply Co. of Brentwood receives top honor
- Brentwood developer buys Music Row’s Studio A Brentwood developer buys Music Row’s Studio A
- Williamson County fair opens 10th year this Friday Williamson County fair opens 10th year this Friday
This past weekend, law enforcement agencies from across Williamson County gathered to give back to the community by shopping for school supplies with children in need.
CoolSprings Galleria and other businesses across Tennessee will host another tax-free weekend starting Friday, Aug. through Sunday, Aug. 3. with exemptions from sales and use tax on most clothing, footwear and school supplies priced under $100.
Franklin Synergy Bank has now amassed $1 billion in deposits, and that was somewhat shocking to Richard Herrington, the bank’s chairman and CEO.
Five of 10 candidates in the Williamson County school board election showed for BrentWord Communications’ candidate forum Monday night.
The Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department responded to 49 emergency calls between Saturday, July 12 through Thursday, July 17, 30 of which were EMS/rescue, according to Chief Brian Goss’s briefing Wednesday.
Over 100 amateur and professional BBQ teams will be competing for $25,000 in prizes and awards this August at the Tennessee State Fair Grounds.
The Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA) has just released its newest online collection, the Puryear Family Photograph Albums, which offers an insight into the military lives of two former Gallatin residents and World War I veterans, George and Alfred Puryear.
At the Williamson Chamber’s First Friday event on Aug. 1, Williamson County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney will speak to how the community can partner with the school district.
Three Brentwood High School students who belong to the Music City Drum and Bugle Corps will perform Friday in the Masters of Summer Music Games event at Vanderbilt.
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High school football teams got to practice in full pads for the first time this season on Monday.
By 8 or 9 tonight, my dream of a really good Italian restaurant, a great shoe store and a dress shop that doesn’t stop at size 10 in Brentwood will hopefully be a big step closer to reality.
Not sure about you, but my fingers are crossed for a fast and uneventful thumbs up. It’s time to put something on the former Murray Ohio and Tennessee Baptist Convention headquarters' sites, and I sure prefer a mixed-use plan with shopping, eating and fun as opposed to three or four more office buildings.
Unfortunately, I won’t be at the meeting to support the plan as I’ll be in Franklin at BrentWord Communications’ Williamson County School Board candidates’ debate.