- 28th issue of Livability: Williamson County, TN released 28th issue of Livability: Williamson County, TN released
- Friends, neighbors plan benefit for Bobo family Friends, neighbors plan benefit for Bobo family
Brentwood City Commissioners will decide whether to approve an ordinance that effectively readjusts the dimensions of an easement to connect General MacArthur Drive to a new park off Mallory Lane.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation announced the Interstate 65 northbound off-ramp at Concord Road will be closed Thursday from 8 p.m. until 6 a.m. Friday.
The project was originally scheduled for Sunday night, but was delayed due to rain.
Maid Right celebrated its ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday at a new location on 1728 General George Patton Drive in Brentwood.
A Brentwood police chase ended Wednesday afternoon when a suspect who fled on foot crossed all lanes of Interstate 65 only to be apprehended moments later in a Brentwood subdivision.
Brentwood Fire & Rescue Department responded to 41 emergency calls for service between Aug. 11 and Aug. 16, according to a Chief Brian Goss's briefing on Aug. 18.
Lend Lease (US) Community Fund plans to hold its second annual 18 Fore Military Families golf tournament on Sept. 9 at The Governor's Club.
The State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE) announced Tuesday that 22 teachers across the state have been selected for the inaugural Tennessee Educator Fellowship, including Williamson County Schools instructor Amy Kate McMurry.
Results released Wednesday show Williamson County Schools' class of 2014 made a gain of 0.1 on its composite ACT score. The score is up from 23.4 last year to 23.5, making it the third consecutive year WCS has achieved its highest average score to date.
The Brentwood High and Ravenwood volleyball teams earned shutouts Thursday, while the BHS golf team swept Franklin and Brentwood Academy's girls soccer team routed Harpeth.
The Brentwood Lady Bruins and the Ravenwood Lady Raptors enter this season as the top contenders for the Class AAA title.
Updated at 9 a.m. Wednesday
If only more battles could be waged and won before they begin, life would be a lot better. Such is the case with an upcoming battle right here in Brentwood that has nothing to do with the high school football season that kicks off this Friday or the Oct. 24th Battle of the Woods.
The American Red Cross earlier this week sent me an email publicizing three upcoming blood drives. The first is scheduled at Brentwood Baptist on the afternoon of Aug. 27. But it was the following two that got my attention.