- Preservation group donates $9,000; warns of disappearing open space Preservation group donates $9,000; warns of disappearing open space
- Commission approves latest round of tighter Town Center regulations Commission approves latest round of tighter Town Center regulations
- Kroger recalls four spices due to possible salmonella contamination Kroger recalls four spices due to possible salmonella contamination
- Former Brentwood doctor helps reduce infant deaths in Haitian town by 66 percent Former Brentwood doctor helps reduce infant deaths in Haitian town by 66 percent
After a tumultuous year in local politics, a Brentwood man has started a political campaign committee to gear up for the next Williamson County general election.
Advice from a lifelong entrepreneur readied the Williamson Chamber's female business professionals to start building a strong brand.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam will make a stop in Williamson County sometime in the next two months as he tours the state to discuss transportation and infrastructure needs with Tennessee communities.
Franklin's Capella Healthcare Inc., a privately-owned provider of health care services announced Monday that its parent company and sole stockholder, Capella Holdings Inc., signed a definitive agreement with Medical Properties Trust Inc. for $900 million in cash.
An 18-year-old Franklin resident and a juvenile were arrested and charged with four counts of aggravated assault and four counts of reckless endangerment for allegedly firing an airsoft pellet gun into a crowd at the Westhaven basketball courts Friday.
Brentwood's The A Group (TAG) has added two new team members.
Superintendent Mike Looney has announced two principal changes for Williamson County Schools.
High school teams from across Williamson County practiced in full pads for the first time this season on Monday.
Wearing a silver bedazzled hat, Brentwood resident Lynn Anderson sits with her hands clasped, as she candidly talks about her first album in more than a decade.
The Brentwood Photography Group, over 200 members strong, held a group outing July 24 and closed a friendly competition while welcoming the community to a free photography class series slated for Aug. 13.
"Mama, don't worry, I forgive you," Lu said as we got into the van to go to church Sunday morning.