- ESPN's Davis to speak at Red Cross 'Heroes' breakfast ESPN's Davis to speak at Red Cross 'Heroes' breakfast
- Longtime Scoutmaster commemorated with memorial at BUMC Longtime Scoutmaster commemorated with memorial at BUMC
- State Court of Appeals hears Corky's billboard case State Court of Appeals hears Corky's billboard case
- Washington Post names BHS among most challenging Washington Post names BHS among most challenging
With the proposed amendments to the noise ordinance pulled from Monday’s Brentwood City Commission meeting, the final passage for the Marcella Vivrette Smith Park rezoning stands atop the agenda.
Despite one of the longest winters on record, Brentwood-based Tractor Supply Company’s first fiscal quarter financial results showed positive growth.
Brentwood Baptist Church continues to grow, but this time not on Concord Road. On Sunday, church officials will officially break ground for The Church at Station Hill in Spring Hill.
Reports of a man robbed at knifepoint at Mapco on Moores Lane during the early morning hours of Monday, April 21, turned out to be unfounded, Brentwood police say.
With thousands of runners, supporters and volunteers descending upon Nashville on Saturday for the St. Jude Country Music Marathon, Metro Police Chief Steve Anderson announced the safety and security plan for the event, one that ivolves hundreds of law enforcement personnel.
For the tens of thousands who visit the Main Street Festival in Franklin, there will be more to eat than just funnel cakes and corn dogs, although there will be plenty of that too.
For the second year in a row, Brentwood High School’s TV and Film students won more Emmy Awards and MTSU Blue Spark Awards than any school in Tennessee.
Williamson County Schools Safety and Security Director Mike Fletcher briefed the board of education last week on new safety measures beginning next school year and reviewed the past year’s efforts.
The second annual Brentwood Bruins Car Show benefitting the Brentwood High School basketball team will be held this Saturday.
Remember The Burning Bed? Probably not if you are under 40. It was the 1984 made-for-TV movie starring Farrah Fawcett that first brought domestic violence into the nation’s consciousness. It’s a hard movie to watch, and one I haven’t seen in a long, long time. But domestic violence has long been a part of my journalism career and The Burning Bed played a big part of that.
Amidst all the different worship services this past weekend, I still had a chore that needed to get completed. I needed to get my garden in. I am not a great gardener, but I love the taste of and to cook with fresh food, vine ripened foods and even fresh foods canned at home by some old handed down recipe. To facilitate my culinary desire I grow herbs and a half dozen or so vegetables in my backyard. Besides, the work is kind of therapeutic as it provides a quiet time to engage in a tiny way that which God engages in a vast way all the time. Let me explain.