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Twenty-three community members recently graduated from the Brentwood Police Department's Citizens Police Academy.
Leadership Brentwood is accepting applications through June 3 for the Class of 2017.
In honor of Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, there will be closures of certain facilities across the county.
In just a few weeks, Price's Collision Center on Mallory Lane will celebrate the grand opening of its updated facility, a project that's taken nearly 16 months to complete.
If you are new to the area or have been in hibernation mode for the last few months, here are some great patios to visit during the upcoming summer months.
This Friday, the President and Founder of LightWave Solar Steve Johnson will speak to the Brentwood Rotary Club about solar energy.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation construction update for May 19-25, 2016.
This weekend the Nolensville Farmer's Market is celebrating "Bring Your Neighbor Day" with chances to win a gift basket of market vendor goods.
Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival is a two-day event transforming The Park At Harlinsdale Farm into an oasis of music, food, and culture.
This summer four Brentwood Academy students will be attending Governor's Schools.
A local fifth-grader at Crockett Elementary came in first place in the All-American Soap Box Derby Race in Bowling Green, Kentucky, last weekend.
Williamson Countians crowded around at the Historic Nolensville School Friday evening for the Nolensville Farmer's Market's first ever Food Truck Festival.
Singer-songwriter Chuck Dennie's former life looked perfect from the outside, but then the façade crumbled -- and truth and pain were left in the rubble.